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Management

A Private Chef Spills The Secret Eating Habits Of The Rich And Famous

If you're rich and famous, nothing about your vacation is ordinary -- especially the food. Celebrities often have personal chefs practically chained to the kitchens of their amazing holiday rentals so that every whim, craving, and food fantasy can be met.<p>One A-list chef living on a tropical island …

How Regular Exercise Helps You Balance Work and Family

Matthew Beason is a well-respected executive at a non-profit with a multi-billion dollar endowment. On top of continual domestic travel, countless dinners with donors, and constant planning meetings, Matthew is also a married father of four children. While his work schedule sometimes leaves him …

The Curious Science of When Multitasking Works

Trying to do two things at once is usually a recipe for doing both badly, according to a long line of research. We’re slower and less accurate when we try to juggle two things. Experts came to believe that there wasn’t much that could be done about this, so most of the advice in HBR has been to …

Time Management

When a Fancy Degree Scares Employers Away

The college degree has been catching a lot of flak lately. Most of the criticism has had to do with the relationship between cost and benefit. Even if a college or grad school diploma has value, it usually isn’t worth running up a six-figure debt for.<p>But out here in Silicon Valley you can sometimes …

Employment

A Second Chance to Make the Right Impression

Romualdo Faura<p>Years ago a friend of mine, Gordon, interviewed for a position at a prominent university. During his daylong visit to campus, he had lunch with a senior faculty member (let’s call him Bob) who had final say over the hire. After their food arrived, Bob said of his meal, “You know, this …

Psychology

The Type of Innovation That Builds Nations

Innovation drives economic growth.<p>This logic has risen to dominate the discourse in development circles, with government leaders, policy influencers, and development-minded business leaders fully embracing innovation as a panacea for unemployment and economic underperformance. Looking back on 2014, …

Innovation

How to Prioritize Your Innovation Budget

Here’s the scene: A problem has come up with one of your supply chain vendors, threatening to delay timely shipment of your product. At the same time, a potential opportunity appears that, with some exploration and investment, could lead to a new generation of products down the road. Which do you …

To Change Employee or Customer Behavior, Start Small

Across industries, organizations can greatly benefit from making tiny changes in their processes to take into account how employees and customers really behave — including not liking being told what to do. Our research and that of others has discovered that even some small tweaks can have a big …

Don’t Let Cost Cutting Run Amok

When our last receptionist asked if she could leave an hour early each day at a reduced salary so that she could get home to her son, I initially jumped at the chance to save some money. I never envisioned losing a major potential client who called our office two weeks later at 4:45, left a message …

When gas gets tight: Next steps for the Middle East petrochemical industry

The region’s producers are entering a world of limited new gas supply. To continue to grow at home and remain competitive, big changes will be …

Manufacturing

Understanding ASEAN: Seven things you need to know

Southeast Asia is one of the world’s fastest-growing markets—and one of the least well known.<p><b>China remains</b> the Goliath of emerging markets, with …

Economic Development

Capturing value in global gas: Prepare now for an uncertain future

There is huge uncertainty about how global gas markets will evolve, but the extent of the value at stake makes it imperative for liquified natural …

Creating partnerships for sustainability

Companies are increasingly expected to join with other organizations—both public and private—to address social and environmental problems. Here are …

Sustainability

Uncovering cash and insights from working capital

Companies that improve the performance of their working capital can generate cash and see benefits far beyond the finance department.<p><b>Managing a</b> …

Creating growth clusters: What role for local government?

A systematic approach to implementation could help start-up ecosystems flourish.<p><b>Many governments in</b> industrialized countries aim to encourage …

Innovation

Why implementation matters

How important is the way you implement a major change effort? We surveyed more than 2,000 global executives to find out—and to learn from the</b> …

Management

Digitizing oil and gas production

Automation is an important answer to the industry’s upstream challenges.<p><b>The rapid progress</b> of technology such as big data and analytics, sensors, and …

Big Data

Organizing the networked enterprise for change

Executives confirm that companies’ use of social tools is mainstream, though untapped value remains. The companies reaping the greatest benefits are …

Management

Rethinking bank risk in emerging markets

Macroeconomic developments, heightened regulation, and pressure on margins and profitability are moving risk management to the top of the agenda for …

Management intuition for the next 50 years

The collision of technological disruption, rapid emerging-markets growth, and widespread aging is upending long-held assumptions that underpin …

Innovation

Realizing the power of talented women

In 2010, eBay embarked on a journey to bring more women into its top ranks. It found that commitment, measurement, and culture outweigh a business …

Management

The manager and the moron

The computer is a moron. And the stupider the tool, the brighter the master must be, says Peter Drucker. In this <i>Quarterly</i> archive article, he …

Ford Motor Company

ASEAN: Toward a common voice

A united geopolitical voice would give the Association of Southeast Asian Nations a bigger global role, says Simon Tay, the chairman of the Singapore …

Asia