Harvard Business Review

Harvard Business Review

@HarvardBiz

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Joined on May 16, 2008
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @HarvardBiz and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
an hour
Average replies
5
Average retweets
101
Average likes
267
Tweets with photos
10 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

14. in country United States and category Magazines & Journals

18. in category Magazines & Journals

28. in country United States and category Media

109. in category Media

267. in country United States

897. worldwide

People get motivated when they have a means of self-expression and feel safe to experiment in their work. https://t.co/cFUoH3Sju7

Many modern HR practices arose from a need to develop leaders in the 1950s. Instead of copying what large corporations did decades ago, HR should craft their policies based on their specific company and industry today. https://t.co/m3VpvcK407

Leadership and management are not the same thing. https://t.co/nZ2L2y0dvr

Here are three ways to get naysayers onboard when you make a tough call. https://t.co/OwA48zmpcJ

Disruption theory can help us understand which firms will innovate successfully and which firms won't. https://t.co/Utbtdd3k36

You can’t change a company until you change its culture. https://t.co/dJmKJMn6hi

How managers can pull their data scientists out of the weeds and help them contribute in meaningful ways. https://t.co/sbvfStSuDP

If you don't apply information you learn, you'll forget 75% of it after just six days. https://t.co/n5xXEJPgeM

Too many leaders are bad at critical thinking — and it’s hurting their organizations. https://t.co/geQ6MGdCg9

The power of leaders who don’t aspire to lead. https://t.co/CqUIkMqEOG

Contributing to your company's vision from a junior position can propel your career forward. https://t.co/NRXepuLa8b

Unfortunately, focusing more on tasks often means focusing less on people. https://t.co/Oj2xsN4c5g

Aim to rehearse 10 times harder than you think your peers will. https://t.co/4IaRlWAfYB

You need a job that pays the bills. But you also need a job that fulfills you. You can have both. https://t.co/TEST6qfTdE

HBR’s top 50 articles of all time are waiting for you. Subscribe today to get exclusive access. https://t.co/XnVkkE5k47 https://t.co/NvewjZhV82

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When employees speak up at work, organizations innovate more and perform better. But sometimes managers don't let them. https://t.co/8t2YWtylFj

The core problem with working longer hours is that time is a finite resource. Energy is a different story. https://t.co/hdQ7haeKMV

Agility is no substitute for strategy. https://t.co/gEpu629gyo

At age nineteen, she became the youngest woman ever to climb Denali. She went on to serve as one of the Army’s first female attack helicopter pilots. Now, @ABorderLife has written the book that will inspire leaders everywhere. 
https://t.co/pcbxLey2Aq https://t.co/EG1168YMIX

At age nineteen, she became the youngest woman ever to climb Denali. She went on to serve as one of the Army’s first female attack helicopter pilots. Now, @ABorderLife has written the book that will inspire leaders everywhere. https://t.co/pcbxLey2Aq https://t.co/EG1168YMIX

Start gaining control of your reactions by labeling negative emotions things like “impatience,” “frustration,” or “anger.” https://t.co/E3IXOgslXd

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