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Can Khan Academy Scale to Educate Anyone, Anywhere?
Khan Academy is an online global education nonprofit launched by Sal Khan with the audacious mission to “provide a free world-class education for anyone, anywhere.” Harvard Business School professor Bill Sahlman discusses his case study of the company after Ginny Lee joins to help balance Khan’s aspirational vision with the short-term need for greater focus and prioritization.
Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
The Public-Private Partnership That’s Working to Make New York City a Global Hub of Cybersecurity Talent - SPONSOR CONTENT FROM NYCEDC
Sponsor Content from the New York City Economic Development Corporation.
Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
The Surprising Benefits of Sponsoring Others at Work
Sylvia Ann Hewlett, an economist and the founder of the Center for Talent Innovation, has studied the difference between mentoring and sponsorship and what leaders have to gain from the latter. She says it’s important to seek out protégés who outperform, are exceptionally trustworthy, and, most importantly, offer skills, knowledge, and perspectives that differ from your own, so you can maximize the benefits for both parties. Hewlett brings real-world lessons from several successful pairings and tips on how to effectively launch and manage these long-term relationships. She’s the author of the book “The Sponsor Effect: How to Be a Better Leader by Investing in Others.”
Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
What Happens When We’re Reminded of Death at Work
Research shows engagement can increase — but so can anxiety.
Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
6 Traits of Strong Family Businesses
Based on a three-year study.
Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
Research: Investors Reward Companies that Talk Up Their Digital Initiatives
According to an analysis of annual reports.
Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
When Your Job Is Your Identity, Professional Failure Hurts More
It’s one risk of conflating your role with your self-worth.
Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
Sisterhood Is Trust
High-quality relationships with other women at work, and the productivity and creativity those connections bring, are built on trusting one another with our emotions. Two researchers share findings from their recent survey about emotional vulnerability in the workplace. Guests: Beth Livingston and Tina Opie. Our theme music is Matt Hill’s “City In Motion,” provided by Audio Network.
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How to Be Resilient in the Face of Harsh Criticism
Four steps to recover and respond.
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Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
Want to Be a Better Manager? Get a Protégé
Sponsoring others can help you learn new skills and spot areas for growth.
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Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
What AI “App Stores” Will Mean for Radiology
They’re a more efficient way to get radiologists the tools they need.
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Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders
You Learn Best When You Learn Less
It’s not always about how many hours you put in.
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Harvard Business Review - Ideas and Advice for Leaders