Harvard Business Review 201606
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Wonder, Adventure, and Learning
Highlights of this month’s issue.
How Private Equity Firms Hire CEOs
They do it a lot and have learned what to look for.
Generalists Get Better Job Offers Than Specialists
New research suggests employers value versatility more than focus.
Pure Storage’s CEO on Choosing the Right Time for an IPO
Dietzen and his team weighed the risks and advantages of going public.
M&A: The One Thing You Need to Get Right
It’s all about adding value to the target company.
Lessons from successful cross-industry teams
Leading the Team You Inherit
It’s not the same as building one from scratch.
The Secrets of Great Teamwork
Collaboration has become more complex, but success still depends on the fundamentals.
How to Preempt Team Conflict
Five conversations to have before you get started
Managing the High-Intensity Workplace
An “always available” culture breeds a variety of dysfunctional behaviors.
Visualizations That Really Work
Know what message you’re trying to communicate before you get down in the weeds.
Post-career life has changed, and it demands a new approach.
Case Study: Which Customers Should This Restaurant Listen To?
Half want something new, but half don’t want it to change.
Who Controls the Internet?
A call for more-decentralized development
Life’s Work: An Interview with Yo-Yo Ma
The renowned cellist on collaboration, risk taking, and childhood fame