Harvard Business Review 201612
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Dealing with Unexpected Bias
Highlights of this month’s issue.
The Scary Truth About Corporate Survival
Companies really are failing faster. Here’s why.
MBAs Are More Self-Serving Than Other CEOs
A new study finds a correlation between the degree and strategies that hurt firms but benefit executives.
PayPal’s CEO on Creating Products for Underserved Markets
The company decided to “bust the paradigm that ‘it is expensive to be poor.’”
Mapping Frontier Economies
Where to play and how to win
The Secrets of Great CEO Selection
An insider’s guide
After the Handshake
Succession doesn’t end when a new CEO is hired.
Succession Planning: What the Research Says
Most organizations aren’t prepared.
Health Care Needs Real Competition
And every stakeholder has a role.
Fixing Discrimination in Online Marketplaces
Airbnb, Uber, and others are facing the unintended consequences of their platforms’ design choices.
Do You Hate Your Boss?
How to deal with it
Case Study: Should You Rehire Someone Who Left for a Competitor?
An entrepreneur reconsiders a valuable colleague.
The Philanthropist’s Burden
Hard cash can’t always solve hard problems.
Life’s Work: An Interview with Brian Wilson
A founding member of the Beach Boys on innovation, collaboration, and overcoming personal obstacles