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5 must-read Harvard Business Review articles in September
Check out these five thought-provoking HBR articles, curated especially for CIOs and IT leaders
Each month, through our partnership with Harvard Business Review, we refresh our business library for CIOs with five new HBR articles we believe CIOs and IT leaders will value highly. The curated pieces below are available now through the end of September.
Download “Leading your team past the peak of a crisis”
Download “Why criticism is good for creativity”
Download “Don’t let teamwork get in the way of agility”about half according to one study) don’t think their company’s leaders are doing enough to improve culture. In this article, Natalie Baumgartner outlines three actions leaders can take to show their commitment to building a better culture. Beyond these steps, “Leaders should honestly reflect on the extent to which they’re listening to employees, driving cultural values themselves, and recognizing employee performance — all of which are critical to empowering a diverse workforce,” writes Baumgartner.
The year 2020 brings completely new IT talent challenges to organizations. In the decade ahead, technology talent will play a pivotal role in whether companies succeed or fail. This new research from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services identifies five talent practices CIOs should adopt now to ensure their organizations thrive in the future, offering insights from more than a dozen CIOs and talent experts. Download this report for real-world examples of how you can attract and cultivate the IT talent that will help you succeed.
Download: "IT talent strategy: New tactics for a new era"