HBR Articles

How to manage disorganized people

By:
Rebecca Knight

“Even if you’re not the type of person with a tidy desk and an ordered to-do list, it can be frustrating – not to mention stress-inducing – to manage someone who’s disorganized,” writes Rebecca Knight in this Harvard Business Review article.

How to motivate yourself when you're just not feeling work

By:
Ayelet Fishbach

Effective self-motivation sets high-achieving professionals apart, but most people struggle with this from time to time. Maybe you've been hitting "snooze" on an achievable goal for a while now. One reason it’s tricky: Motivation is highly personal.

Happiness traps: How we sabotage ourselves at work

By:
Annie McKee

In this article, author Annie McKee points out that “close to two-thirds of employees in the United States are bored, detached, or jaded and ready to sabotage plans, projects, and other people” in their jobs. She challenges the reader to question why there is so much chronic unhappiness at work.

Emotional intelligence has 12 elements. Which do you need to work on?

By:
Daniel Goleman and Richard E. Boyatzis

One of the big traps of emotional intelligence is believing that as long as you are kind, respectful, and sensitive to the needs of others, you will excel in your career.

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Submitted By David. F. Carr
January 17, 2020

Down-to-earth offshoots of artificial intelligence are increasingly accessible for digital transformation work. These projects tapped into machine learning – with existing talent. 

Submitted By Carla Rudder
January 16, 2020

IT leaders and experts share the subtle and not-so-subtle signs of IT burnout - and how to get yourself and your team members to a healthier place.

Submitted By Cedric Wells
January 16, 2020

By putting Millennials in more strategic and leadership roles, you could advance IT innovation and digital transformation. Here are 3 questions to ask about how well you're utilizing Millennials 

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