Boris Groysberg

Boris Groysberg

@bgroysberg

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Boris Groysberg is a professor of business administration in the Organizational Behavior unit at the Harvard Business School.

Boston, MA
Joined on March 02, 2012
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We are in a time of continuous learning, and it’s important to not let this learning go to waste so organizations emerge stronger from this crisis. Inaction cannot be the default position. Consider these five elements for organizational decision-making... https://t.co/y07r4M5ubL

Interesting article about how humans are cognitively poor at assessing risk in complex situations, why we should expect more from our government and institutions, and the importance of having humility and empathy for people during these times. https://t.co/VRSvO34sil

This is an important read about those who balance work life and home life and the many challenges that come with managing priorities. Having to do this simultaneously with no boundaries each day during the pandemic is impossible. https://t.co/jYSgG2T9nR

I have been so lucky to learn from great students during the OPM Harvard Business School program, as much as they learn from me. Here is my interview with one: a star chef Wolfgang Puck. @WolfgangPuck https://t.co/ZmWTdO13gn

Our economy has become increasingly dependent on the business of providing experiences, and at the center of that business is the ability to gather in large groups. Will the "experience economy" make a comeback? Can it do so digitally? https://t.co/4bzNu2ZG0B

In recent months, we have all learned how critical the right technological tools are in enabling a business to operate in good times and bad, and HR is no exception. I am honored to be recognized as one of the Top 100 HR Tech Influencers for 2020. https://t.co/ELyJTbvDGF

According to our recent survey of 600 CEOs, almost every aspect of doing business must be completely rethought in the COVID-19 crisis. We uncover what the human body needs physically and mentally to respond to these challenges. https://t.co/HqC77pqfE1

How you manage during the COVID-19 crisis sends a message to women employees about how you value them—or don’t. https://t.co/FKcQRp58JR

Succession planning is good practice during good times, a really good practice during bad times, and an essential and non-negotiable practice during a pandemic. It is amazing how many companies would get an “F” on this issue. Where does your company stand? https://t.co/79y91obS0y

In a recent post tweet, we discussed stars switching companies, even in times of crisis. If you do hire a star to join your organization now, how do you onboard them when all interaction must be virtual? https://t.co/w9NWoe7NTh

The National Football League player draft this year is challenging for the league, players, fans and, in particular, talent evaluators. What can business learn? https://t.co/wjMOwf74vj

During the coronavirus outbreak, companies that hire stars from competitors while also retaining their own stars will come out ahead. The War for People may be on hold, but the War for Talent is as aggressive as ever. https://t.co/IQriWpRoBJ

I hope this amazing video of students from the Berklee College of Music here in Boston offers you a few moments of peace in these unsettled times. https://t.co/MsszLzu9mw

In my book, "Talk, Inc.: How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power their Organizations", we talk about the four i’s of organizational conversation. Here is a closer look at being "interactive". https://t.co/fPmr6SForb

In my book, "Talk, Inc.: How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power their Organizations", we talk about the four i’s of organizational conversation. Here is a closer look at "intentionality": https://t.co/E6IbnGeNPe

In my book, "Talk, Inc.: How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power their Organizations", we talk about the four i’s of organizational conversation. Here is a closer look at "intimacy": https://t.co/fPP0AsAICy

In my book, "Talk, Inc.: How Trusted Leaders Use Conversation to Power their Organizations", we talk about the four i’s of organizational conversation. Here is a closer look at "inclusion": https://t.co/enF4OL1CoZ

In times of uncertainty or in the midst of an all-out crisis, the most important thing an organizational leader can do is clearly and effectively communicate with his/her employees. https://t.co/9zmVNyRYW7

The numbers in this New York Times opinion piece tell a powerful story of the magnitude of the hardships faced by many Americans without college degrees. https://t.co/tVgrCtWScq

Amazon is highly secretive, but understanding Jeff Bezos' patent activity could offer a unique glimpse into the CEO's greatest interests and what he considers the most important priorities for the company. https://t.co/7vyii6kp2m

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