Domain: hbswk.hbs.edu

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Organic Listing Variations
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Consequences of Voluntary and Mandatory Fair Value Accounting ...
The demand for fair value information (reflected in a firm's ownership structure) and the firm's commitment to reporting transparency is associated with the ...
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Four Practices for Great Performance - HBS Working Knowledge
Aug 23, 2004 ... But the interplay between managerial expectations and employee performance is more complex than these commonsense maxims suggest. ...
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The Marketing of a President — HBS Working Knowledge
Barack Obama's run for the White House was a model of marketing excellence, argues Professor John Quelch . Here's why it worked so well.
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Creating a Positive Professional Image — HBS Working Knowledge
In today’s diverse workplace, your actions and motives are constantly under scrutiny. Time to manage your own professional image before others do it for you ...
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Is Business Management a Profession? — HBS Working Knowledge
Feb 21, 2005 ... If management was a licensed profession on a par with law or medicine, there might be fewer opportunities for corporate bad guys, ...
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Quality Management and Job Quality: How the ISO 9001 Standard for ...
Nearly 900000 organizations in 170 countries have adopted the ISO 9001 Quality Management System standard. This is a remarkable figure given the lack of ...
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Take Your Cues From Customers - HBS Working Knowledge
Take Your Cues From Customers. 2/16/2004. Your customers are no longer just product purchasers—they are partners. An excerpt from the new Harvard Business ...
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Gurus in the Garage — HBS Working Knowledge
Jan 2, 2001 ... A new breed of advisors, known as mentor capitalists , has seeded Silicon Valley with knowledge and expertise. Dorothy Leonard and Walter ...
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Making Money Making Movies — HBS Working Knowledge
Should worldwide releases of movies be done over time, or all at once? .... newsletter each week—new business research and ideas delivered to your inbox. ...
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Identify Emerging Market Opportunities — HBS Working Knowledge
Jul 18, 2005 ... Yes, you understand your company needs to compete in emerging markets. ... Identify Emerging Market Opportunities ...
 
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