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

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

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Harvard Business Review — When HBO and CBS announced they'd offer paid apps that would allow viewers to completely bypass TV and stream their content directly to their preferred device, it was hard not to see the moment as dominos starting to fall. Everyone from disruptive innovation theorists to cheapskate AppleTV-streaming hipsters has been salivating over the unbundling of cable for years.

Read Fiction with Your Coworkers — I have to confess that I have never entirely understood the concept of "summer reading" for adults. In the Northern Hemisphere (especially the northern part of the Northern Hemisphere, where I live) the three months of summer offer a rare chance to be outside in weather that is actually enjoyable.

Harvard Business Review — America's National Football League seems to have a problem with the rules. That problem? They don't have enough of them. Recent weeks have seen two high-profile players charged with criminal violent activity. In July, Ravens player Ray Rice was suspended two games for cold-cocking Janay Palmer, the woman who is now is wife.

Why Terrorist Groups Are So Bureaucratic — I typed the words into the pristine white search field, hoping they didn't land me on the NSA's no-fly list: "How to manage a terrorist organization." There is a lot of academic work out there on what constitutes terrorism; the psychology of terrorists and terrorist acts; and the military precepts of asymmetric warfare.

The Silent Killer of New Products: Lazy Pricing — 72% of all new products don't meet their revenue targets. And a quarter of companies, according to the same survey, confess that not one of their new offerings met its profitability goals. This new (and alarming) data comes from pricing consulting giant Simon-Kucher & Partners, which conducts its survey every other year with the Professional Pricing Society, a professional association.

Harvard Business Review — Flip through issues of Harvard Business Review from the 1950s or 1960s, and you'll see a steady drumbeat of articles on labor relations. But search Google today, and our top hit on unions is from 20 years ago - John Hoerr's still-interesting " What Should Unions Do?

The Hobby Lobby Decision: How Business Got Here — Monday's Hobby Lobby decision by the United States Supreme Court marks the first time the government has recognized that some for-profit corporations have religious rights. The ruling is based not on the First Amendment of the Constitution, but on a 1993 statute.
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Jan 29, 2015

@ZachWahls that was not a sarcastic woohoo. That is genuinely exciting to me!

Jan 29, 2015

Research-based advice doctors (or anyone) can use to be more persuasive.…

Jan 28, 2015

@klakhani I will check it out. (Or at least add it to the pile.) paraphrasing Goethe, we never know which link will go unread.

Jan 28, 2015

RT @ReadMatter: We're growing our team in San Francisco & New York. Staff Writers:… Sr Editor:…

Jan 28, 2015

@migueldeicaza that's another list of things! I totally forgot about that one. Gaaaah.

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