HBR Articles

The elements of good judgement

By:
Sir Andrew Likierman

The elements of good judgement

By
Sir Andrew Likierman

According to Sir Andrew Likierman, a professor who has studied leaders across a range of industry, good judgement is composed of six elements: learning, trust, experience, detachment, options, and delivery. All can be improved upon with practice, he says – and it’s worth it to do so.

10 steps to creating a data-driven culture

By:
David Waller

You don’t just need a lot of data or a higher quality of data to become a data-driven organization. There are plenty of businesses that are drowning in data and even have the analytical talent needed to mine that data for valuable insights.

Does your team have an accountability problem?

By:
Melissa Raffoni

If you are looking for more accountability from your team, your words and actions matter. Even just the phrase “lack of accountability” comes across as threatening or condescending to those on the receiving end, says Melissa Raffoni.

Leading change in a company that's historically bad at it

By:
Ron Carucci

Why does organizational change often feel like fighting an uphill battle? Because the people you are asking to change have likely been burned before, notes Ron Carucci. “If you are driving major change at any organization, you are likely stepping into a track record of failure.

How to develop a talent pipeline for your digital transformation

By:
Jeff Kavanaugh and Ravi Kumar

Staffing for digital transformation can be challenging, as talent with the latest technical skills and in-demand titles, like data scientist, are hard to come by.

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June 01, 2020

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