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Boston, MA
Editor, Harvard Business Review
As seen in:  Telegraph, Politico

Harvard Business Review editor + HBR IdeaCast host. New England native. The one who edits me is @bhcarmichael.

Angelina Jolie's work to end warzone rape is worth millions

telegraph.co.uk — UNHCR Special Envoy Angelina Jolie meets Syrian refugees in the Bekaa Valley, Lebanon (EPA/UNHCR / Jason Tanner) Aiming to prevent abuse in the first place - whether rape in war or the sexual exploitation of girls in British towns - has to be the real goal.

Attention, Interest, Desire, Action: Using AIDA for Social Media

marketingprofs.com — Most brands today have learned that a social media presence is a key asset of a successful inbound marketing strategy and that targeted cross-channel content distribution brings a better online visibility. We see, however, that posting more content doesn't necessarily lead to more engagement.

Working Long Hours Makes Us Drink More

hbr.org — After a busy day at work, perhaps you head down to the pub to have a pint with your flatmates. Or maybe it's an evening of sake and karaoke with the boss. Or pitchers of margaritas at your office park's fast-casual restaurant. Work and alcohol: wherever we are, they seem to go together like start-ups and beer carts.

Hiring C-Suite Executives by Algorithm

hbr.org — Tests and assessments are no longer an unusual part of the hiring process. But for the senior-most executives? For C-Suite roles? Executive recruiter Korn Ferry recently introduced a new system, called KF4D, to help them place better bets on talent at the top of the ladder.

Advice from a Serial Life Reinventor

What MIT Is Learning About Online Courses and Working from Home

hbr.org — "Virtual work" is increasingly just "work" for most of us - whether we're dialing into a conference call with our branch offices in London and New York, or VPN-ing in from home to catch up with work after-hours, remote work is the new normal.

Training Police Departments to Be Less Biased

hbr.org — Fierce debates about biased policing continue to resonate across the United States, and they're playing out on front pages again after a special investigation into the Ferguson, Missouri police department. The investigators concluded that the white police officer who shot Michael Brown, a black man, was justified in his use of force.

Why “Network More” Is Bad Advice for Women

How to Coach, According to 5 Great Sports Coaches

Yes, Your Uber Driver Is Judging You

hbr.org — Companies like Uber, Airbnb, and OpenTable have been in the news lately for rating their customers - rating systems that the users themselves are not always privy to. This has caused some consumers to feel creeped out, yes, but it also got me thinking - is this even necessarily in these companies' best interests?
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Jul 02, 2015

Hmm, maybe this is why my Whole Foods bills are so high, even though the prices don't seem that bad. businessinsider.com/whole-foods-ce…

Jul 02, 2015

"How to Talk About Dying" reminds me how much I miss reading Ellen's writing every week. opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/07/01/how…

Jun 29, 2015

And Heleo, a digital media startup in NYC, is also hiring editorial folks at different levels: heleo.com/jobs/

Jun 29, 2015

@ElsiethePM @HarvardBiz My mistake! We used to offer that, but no longer. Apparently the paper magazine comes no matter what.

Jun 23, 2015

Apparently my new name is the EXACT character limit for names on Twitter, but only if I don't use any spaces. WellthatsluckyIguess.

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