Harvard Business Review 201611
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Where Are the Women?
Highlights of this month’s issue.
Corporate VCs Are Moving the Goalposts
Conceived as strategic investors, many are focusing on financial returns.
Industrial Espionage Is More Effective Than R&D
Two researchers look at the economic returns that spying produced during the Cold War.
SAP’s CEO on Being the American Head of a German Multinational
He began by working to understand and respect the dynamics of the corporate culture.
The Best-Performing CEOs in the World
Which 100 executives delivered top results over the long term? HBR’s 2016 ranking provides the answer.
Right Tech, Wrong Time
How to make sure your ecosystem is ready for the newest technologies
The Problem with Legacy Ecosystems
They separate you from your customer.
Managing Multiparty Innovation
How big companies are joining forces to seize opportunities at their intersections
Getting Reorgs Right
A practical guide to a misunderstood—and often mismanaged—process
Let’s Not Kill Performance Evaluations Yet
Facebook’s experience shows why they can still be valuable.
How to tell if you have it and what to do about it.
Case Study: How Would You Save This Farm?
Drought is forcing a tough choice.
Understanding White-Collar Crime
Why it’s so hard to prevent and punish
Life’s Work: An Interview with Marina Abramović
The extreme performance artist on stamina and creativity