"Harvard Business Review", August 1, 2012

Who Needs Shareholders?
Stars for Hire
The Darwinian Workplace
Avoiding a Corporate Babel
When No One’s in Charge
What Makes a Great Tweet
Why Life Science Needs Its Own Silicon Valley
CLUSTERS OF CLUSTERS
J. CRAIG VENTER ON WHERE GENOMICS MAY BE HEADED
Research Watch
Why Top Young Managers Are in a Nonstop Job Hunt
THE CAREER-DEVELOPMENT GAP
Stat Watch
In the Hot Finance Jobs, Women Are Still Shut Out
WHERE THE WOMEN ARE
Defend Your Research
Sports Superstition Has a Measurable Cognitive Effect
Who Hangs Out Where?
Why Loyalty Programs Alienate Great Customers
Expanding the Entrepreneur Class
DuPont’s CEO on Executing a Complex Cross-Border Acquisition
DuPont’s Changing Portfolio
DuPont Facts & Financials
What Good Are Shareholders?
What Good Are Shareholders? | Idea in Brief
More Say but Still Lots of Pay
THE DECLINE OF THE INDIVIDUAL INVESTOR
Suggested Reading
Who the Shareholders Are
The End of Solution Sales
The End of Solution Sales | Idea in Brief
A New Selling Guide for Reps
Prioritizing Your Opportunities
Don’t Target Talkers
Finding the Right Allies
How to Upend Your Customers’ Ways of Thinking
Motivating Salespeople: What Really Works
A PERFORMANCE CURVE FOR THE SALES FORCE
About the Spotlight Artist
Motivating Salespeople: What Really Works | Idea in Brief
When Finance Calls the Shots
DIFFERENT STROKES FOR DIFFERENT FOLKS
A Radical Prescription For Sales
Selling into Micromarkets
WHAT IS BIG DATA?
Selling into Micromarkets | Idea in Brief
Five Steps to Finding Pockets of Growth
How Data Can Drive Sales Growth
Using Big Data to Target Individual Prospects
Tweet Me, Friend Me, Make Me Buy
Tweet Me, Friend Me, Make Me Buy | Idea in Brief
Where’s the Risk in Social Selling?
Teaching Sales
Teaching Sales | Idea in Brief
Why So Little Research on Sales?
The View from The Field
How One Entrepreneur Learned to Sell (in a Barroom)
How to Sell to Customers Who Know Everything
How Culture And Regulation Demand New Ways To Sell
How to Sell to the World’s Biggest Company
How We Got Beyond Selling Products
How We Built a Door-to-Door Selling Machine
CULTURAL CHANGE THAT STICKS
CULTURAL CHANGE THAT STICKS | Idea in Brief
The Cultural Slide at Arthur Andersen
Mechanisms for Getting the Most from Your Culture
Do You Know Your Cost Of Capital?
Dangerous Assumptions
Do You Know Your Cost Of Capital? | Idea in Brief
The Consequences of Misidentifying the Cost of Capital
How to Calculate Terminal Value
Points of Law: Unbundling Corporate Legal Services to Unlock Value
Points of Law: Unbundling Corporate Legal Services to Unlock Value | Idea in Brief
How to Talk About the Hard Stuff
How Cisco Decides Who Does What
A Better Way to Tax U.S. Businesses
A Better Way To Text U.S. Businesses | Idea in Brief
The U.S. Tax Rate Has Become Increasingly Uncompetitive
Higher Rates Don’t Translate into Higher Revenue
The Growth Opportunity That Lies Next Door
BEYOND BRAZIL | A Regional Pattern of Expansion
The Changing Equation
Disrupt Yourself
A Recruiter’s Take on Disruption
Case Study | Bonuses in Bad Times
Case Study | The Experts Respond
WHAT WOULD YOU DO?
Synthesis | Trust in the Age of Transparency
Executive Summaries July–August 2012
SALES | The End of Solution Sales
HUMAN RESOURCES | Motivating Salespeople: What Really Works
ANALYTICS | Selling into Micromarkets
SOCIAL MEDIA | Tweet Me, Friend Me, Make Me Buy
SALES | Teaching Sales
LEADERSHIP | The View from the Field
GOVERNANCE | What Good Are Shareholders?
ORGANIZATION & CULTURE | Cultural Change That Sticks
FINANCE & ACCOUNTING | Do You Know Your Cost of Capital?
GOVERNMENT & LAW | Points of Law: Unbundling Corporate Legal Services To Unlock Value
GOVERNMENT & LAW | A Better Way to Tax U.S. Businesses
LEADERSHIP | DuPont’s CEO on Executing a Complex Cross-Border Acquisition
Managing Yourself | Disrupt Yourself
STRATEGY | The Growth Opportunity That Lies Next Door
Bela Karolyi

Welcome!

Magazines Review offers you a broad range of popular American magazines online. Browse an extensive directory of magazines, covering most important aspects of your life. Find the most recent issues of your favourite magazine, or check out the oldest ones.

About content

All the articles are taken from the official magazine websites and other open web resources.

Please send your complains and suggestions through our feedback form. Thank you.