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Frederic Laloux

Frederic offers a beautiful and eye-opening analysis of how humans continuously invent better ways of working together

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Clayton M. Christensen

Harvard Professor explains how companies that dominate their industries almost inevitably develop vulnerabilities to the next waves of disruption

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Stephen Bungay

Through a brilliant account of the most effective leadership models  in military history, Stephen provide modern leaders with a framework to increase business performance by promoting increased strategic clarity and autonomous decision making

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Frances Frei - Anne Morriss

Frances and Anne explain how outstanding service and sustained business performance are born from embracing hard tradeoffs

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L. David Marquet

How a newly appointed captain of a nuclear submarine reinvented his leadership style to transform his ship from worst to first in less than a year

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Edward L. Deci

Edward summarizes over 30 years of research and gives a framework to understand the source of human motivation and performance

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Brian M. Carney & Isaac Getz

A brilliant collection of stories about companies that achieve outstanding performance by organizing human collaboration around trust rather than control

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Ed Catmull

Ed brings us on his journey to discover how he could create and nurture at Pixar a culture of innovation and creativity


Patty McCord

Patty shares her story of how Netflix created its most powerful and sustainable competitive advantage: a culture of freedom and responsibility




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Manage Uncertainty with Commander’s Intent

Military planners use "Commander’s Intent", a key element to help a plan maintain relevancy and applicability in a chaotic, dynamic, and resource-constrained environment.

Harvard Business Review

By: Chad Storlie

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What We Learned About Bureaucracy from 7,000 HBR Readers

That research shows that the blight of bureaucracy seems inescapable and confirms what most of us have long suspected: large companies suffer from managerial diseconomies of scale

Harvard Business Review

By: Gary Hamel & Michele Zanini

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What is an MVP (Minimum Viable Product)

The original creator of this famous drawing explains what an MVP is and why he prefers calling it the Earliest Testable/Usable/Lovable Product

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By: Henrik Kniberg


The Essential Clayton Christensen Articles

HBR editors curated some of the most influential articles written by Clayton Christensen on Strategy and Disruptive Innovation

Harvard Business Review

By: HBR Editors

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Why Do Toxic People Get Promoted? 

For the same reason that humble people do, political skill. This research shows that toxic employees whose political skills were highly rated by their supervisors were more likely to have a high performance rating.

Harvard Business Review

By: Klaus J. Templer

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