Harvard Business Review 201610
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Kahneman on “Noise”
Highlights of this month’s issue.
The Case Against Long-Term Incentive Plans
Research shows four reasons why managers undervalue a key component of pay packages.
You’re Likely to Live Longer If You Retire After 65
Working an extra year decreases mortality rates by 11%, a new analysis shows.
The CEO of Popeyes on Treating Franchisees as the Most Important Customers
Behind the Popeyes turnaround was a conscious decision to treat leadership as stewardship—and to put the interests of franchisees above those of every other stakeholder group.
Noise: How to Overcome the High, Hidden Cost of Inconsistent Decision Making
Algorithmic judgment is more efficient than the human variety.
Why Leadership Training Fails—and What to Do About It
Companies spend billions on programs that don’t pay off. Here’s how to fix that.
The Performance Management Revolution
The focus is shifting from accountability to learning.
AT&T’s Talent Overhaul
Can the firm really retrain hundreds of thousands of employees?
Globalization, Robots, and the Future of Work: An Interview with Jeffrey Joerres
The former CEO and chairman of ManpowerGroup on workforce strategy
The Ecosystem of Shared Value
Companies must sometimes team up with governments, NGOs, and even rivals to capture the economic benefits of social progress.
The Transformative Business Model
How to tell if you have one
“Making the Car a Mobile, Connected Workspace”: An Interview with Carlos Ghosn
There’s a revolution under way in the automotive industry, and Carlos Ghosn wants to make sure he’s among the winners.
Don’t Let Power Corrupt You
How to rise to the top without losing the virtues that got you there
Case Study: How Do You Compete with a Goliath?
A Peruvian apparel company struggles to position itself against a global brand.
Resisting the Hard Sell
Learn to distinguish between spin and substance.
Life’s Work: An Interview with Penn Jillette
The magician talks about how he and his partner, Teller, develop their ideas, what kind of relationship they have, and the secret to connecting with an audience.