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Inc.com piece picked up by the Austin American Statesman
I just dumped (and donated) 300 books. But the rest you'll have to pry from my cold, dead fingers.Two weeks ago, I dumped more than 300 business books.
inc  2013back  austinstateseman  2013front  theprogressprinciple  playingtowin 
june 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping withYour Smartphone featured on FastCompany.com
Why do we keep responding to the beep and buzz of our phones Because we're addicted to success explains Harvard Business School prof Leslie Perlow.
hbspnews  2013back  sleepingwithyoursmartphone  fastcompany 
june 2013 by hbrinthenews
The Progress Principle and Playing to Win featured on Inc.com
I just dumped (and donated) 300 books. But the rest you'll have to pry from my cold, dead fingers.
hbspnews  2013back  2013front  theprogressprinciple  playingtowin  inc 
june 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone and "Sleep-Deprived People Are More Likely to Cheat"mentioned on FastCompany.com
How much sleep does a person need in order to be more ethical At least 6 hours new research suggests. Here's what that means for you and your staff.
2013  hbspnews  2013back  fastcompany  sleepingwithyoursmartphone  HBR.org 
june 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone on WSJ.com
In an age when few people switch off, is the out-of-office message meaningless? It's a problem plenty of people have, but there are fixes.
hbspnews  2013back  wallstreetjournal 
may 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone on Huffington Post
At last week's Corporate Sleep Health Summit, some of the country's top sleep researchers and corporate leaders came together to discuss the latest research on the damaging impacts of sleep deprivation on American workers and corporate bottom-line objectives.
huffingtonpost  hbspnews  2013back  sleepingwithyoursmartphone 
may 2013 by hbrinthenews
Judgment Calls author interview on Inc.com
A conversation with Thomas Davenport, author of Judgment Calls: 12 Stories of Big Decisions and the Teams that Got Them Right.
inc  hbspnews  2013back  judgmentcalls 
may 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with Your Smartphone featured on the Huffington Post
In terms of balancing my time, I'm very clear on my priorities. I give to my family first, my students second, and my colleagues third. When I have free time left over, I try to help people who don't fit in one of those three categories.
huffingtonpost  hbspnews  2013back  sleepingwithyoursmartphone 
april 2013 by hbrinthenews
Sleeping with your Smartphone and HBR featured on NYTimes.com
Adam Grant, the organizational psychologist who studies the ways that being altruistic can lead to success in a career, responds to readers’ workplace dilemmas.
newyorktimes  hbspnews  2013back  sleepingwithyoursmartphone  hbr 
april 2013 by hbrinthenews
ZD Net covers Competing on Analytics and Keeping Up with the Quants
The author and visiting Harvard professor says everyone should have a role in analytics. 'Narratives' might tell a clearer story.
keepingupwiththequants  zdnet  competingonanalytics  hbspnews  2013back  2013front 
april 2013 by hbrinthenews
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