HBR's Editors' Picks 2020 (Kobo eBook)

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A year's worth of management wisdom—to read, hear, and watch.

HBR's Editors' Picks 2020 collects the definitive ideas, insights, and best practices from the past year to keep you up-to-date on the most critical thinking driving business. Featuring insights from experts such as Michael E. Porter and Katrina Lake as well as examples from companies like Alibaba and 3M—this multimedia product includes HBR's 10 Must Reads 2020 ebook, five notable interviews from across HBR's podcasts, and five of our most engaging videos of the year.

This collection will inspire you to:

  • Ask better questions to boost your learning, persuade others, and negotiate more effectively
  • Create workplace conditions where gender equity can thrive
  • Boost results by allowing humans and AI to enhance one another's strengths
  • Make better connections with your customers by giving them a glimpse inside your company
  • Scale your agile processes from a few teams to hundreds
  • Build a commitment to both economic and social values in your organization
  • Prepare your company for a rapidly aging workforce and society

The collection of articles includes "The Surprising Power of Questions," by Alison Wood Brooks and Leslie K. John; "Strategy Needs Creativity," by Adam Brandenburger; "What Most People Get Wrong about Men and Women," by Catherine H. Tinsley and Robin J. Ely; "Collaborative Intelligence: Humans and AI Are Joining Forces," by H. James Wilson and Paul R. Daugherty; "Stitch Fix's CEO on Selling Personal Style to the Mass Market," by Katrina Lake; "Strategy for Start-Ups," by Joshua Gans, Erin L. Scott, and Scott Stern; "Agile at Scale," by Darrell K. Rigby, Jeff Sutherland, and Andy Noble; "Operational Transparency," by Ryan W. Buell; "The Dual-Purpose Playbook," by Julie Battilana, Anne-Claire Pache, Metin Sengul, and Marissa Kimsey; "How CEOs Manage Time," by Michael E. Porter and Nitin Nohria; and "When No One Retires," by Paul Irving.