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The most definitive management ideas of the century, all in one place.

Harvard Business Review is the foremost destination for smart management thinking. Now, at its 100th anniversary, this commemorative volume brings together the most influential ideas since its inception.

With an introduction written by editor in chief Adi Ignatius, HBR at 100 features business publishing's most influential voices on innovative topics, including:

  • Michael E. Porter on competitive strategy
  • Clayton M. Christensen on disruptive innovation
  • Tim Brown on design thinking
  • Linda A. Hill on being a first-time manager
  • Daniel Goleman on emotional intelligence
  • Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee on artificial intelligence
  • Robert Livingston on racial equity at work
  • Amy C. Edmondson and Mark Mortensen on psychological safety
  • Robert B. Cialdini on the science of persuasion
  • W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne on blue ocean strategy
  • Gary Hamel and C.K. Prahalad on strategic intent
  • Peter F. Drucker on managing yourself

Whether you're a longtime reader or you're picking up an HBR volume for the first time, this book offers all you need to understand the most critical ideas in management.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright
  4. Contents
  5. Introduction
  6. CHAPTER ONE: Managing Oneself
  7. CHAPTER TWO: What Makes a Leader?
  8. CHAPTER THREE: Lead with Authenticity
  9. CHAPTER FOUR: How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy
  10. CHAPTER FIVE: Blue Ocean Strategy
  11. CHAPTER SIX: Disruptive Technologies: Catching the Wave
  12. CHAPTER SEVEN: Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail
  13. CHAPTER EIGHT: One More Time: How Do You Motivate Employees?
  14. CHAPTER NINE: The Power of Small Wins
  15. CHAPTER TEN: Why You Should Have (at Least) Two Careers
  16. CHAPTER ELEVEN: Becoming the Boss
  17. CHAPTER TWELVE: The Memo Every Woman Keeps in Her Desk
  18. CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders?
  19. CHAPTER FOURTEEN: How to Promote Racial Equity in the Workplace
  20. CHAPTER FIFTEEN: Harnessing the Science of Persuasion
  21. CHAPTER SIXTEEN: Barriers and Gateways to Communication
  22. CHAPTER SEVENTEEN: The Business of Artificial Intelligence
  23. CHAPTER EIGHTEEN: Data Scientist: The Sexiest Job of the 21st Century
  24. CHAPTER NINETEEN: Nine Things Successful People Do Differently
  25. CHAPTER TWENTY: Management Time: Who’s Got the Monkey?
  26. CHAPTER TWENTY-ONE: Why the Lean Start-Up Changes Everything
  27. CHAPTER TWENTY-TWO: Bring Agile to the Whole Organization
  28. CHAPTER TWENTY-THREE: The Three Types of Leaders of Innovative Companies
  29. CHAPTER TWENTY-FOUR: Is Your Company Ready for a Zero-Carbon Future?
  30. CHAPTER TWENTY-FIVE: Design Thinking
  31. CHAPTER TWENTY-SIX: Marketing Myopia
  32. CHAPTER TWENTY-SEVEN: The Commercial Space Age Is Here
  33. CHAPTER TWENTY-EIGHT: That Discomfort You’re Feeling Is Grief
  34. CHAPTER TWENTY-NINE: What Psychological Safety Looks Like in a Hybrid Workplace
  35. CHAPTER THIRTY: Strategic Intent
  36. About the Contributors
  37. Index
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