HBR'S 10 Must Reads: The Essentials (2020)

HBR'S 10 Must Reads: The Essentials Harvard Business School Press Michael Overdorf Thomas H. Davenport Peter F. Drucker Daniel Goleman Clayton M. Christensen HBR S Must Reads The Essentials Change is the one constant in business and we must adapt or face obsolescence Yet certain challenges never go away That s what makes this book must read These are the seminal articles by managemen
  • Title: HBR'S 10 Must Reads: The Essentials
  • Author: Harvard Business School Press Michael Overdorf Thomas H. Davenport Peter F. Drucker Daniel Goleman Clayton M. Christensen
  • ISBN: 9781422133446
  • Page: 317
  • Format: Paperback
HBR'S 10 Must Reads: The Essentials Harvard Business School Press Michael Overdorf Thomas H. Davenport Peter F. Drucker Daniel Goleman Clayton M. Christensen Change is the one constant in business, and we must adapt or face obsolescence Yet certain challenges never go away That s what makes this book must read These are the 10 seminal articles by management s most influential experts, on topics of perennial concern to ambitious managers and leaders hungry for inspiration and ready to run with big ideas to accelerate theirChange is the one constant in business, and we must adapt or face obsolescence Yet certain challenges never go away That s what makes this book must read These are the 10 seminal articles by management s most influential experts, on topics of perennial concern to ambitious managers and leaders hungry for inspiration and ready to run with big ideas to accelerate their own and their companies success.If you read nothing else full stop read Michael Porter on creating competitive advantage and distinguishing your company from rivalsJohn Kotter on leading change through eight critical stagesDaniel Goleman on using emotional intelligence to maximize performancePeter Drucker on managing your career by evaluating your own strengths and weaknessesClay Christensen on orchestrating innovation within established organizationsTom Davenport on using analytics to determine how to keep your customers loyalRobert Kaplan and David Norton on measuring your company s strategy with the Balanced ScorecardRosabeth Moss Kanter on avoiding common mistakes when pushing innovation forwardTed Levitt on understanding who your customers are and what they really wantC K Prahalad and Gary Hamel on identifying the unique, integrated systems that support your strategy
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  1. Carolina Esteves de Andrade

    I just invested in myself with the HBR S 10 Must Reads Collection by Harvard Business Review Press This series is really good because each book has 10 of the best articles published by Harvard University on each topic I think it is a must read for any ambitious manager, new or experienced leader.It is easy to read, each book has approximately 300 pages Each chapter is an article from great authors such as Peter F Drucker, Theodore Levitt, Robert S Kaplan, David P Norton and others One of the thi [...]

  2. Arjen

    My boss invited me to join the firm s Marketing Strategy team Don t do that to me I get excited, hit and order a pile of books on the subject This is one of the books that came in a Harvard Business Review box set and seamed like a good place to start filling my brain with business related theory.It s ten essays articles bundled under the title Essentials and that s exactly what it is Read this and you ll be able to hold your ground among the wannabe CEO CTO CFO CwhateverrocksyourboatO of any co [...]

  3. Annie

    Only a few of the articles were interesting but not must reads for a business person Perhaps the articles were novel at the time they were published Since then, many of the insightful topics have been expanded into books A business person would recognize some of the authors like Peter F Drucker The Effective Executive , Jim Collins Good to Great , and Daniel Goleman Emotional Intelligence.

  4. Stephan Pire

    A good way to get a glimpse at Kaplan Norton.Not a big fan of the 2 first summaries Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change and Competing on Analytics , they tend to turn out obsolete

  5. Kylewong

    1.Meeting the challenge of disruptive change Sustaining versus disruptive innovation sustaining technologies are innovations that make a product better in ways that customers in the mainstream market already value disruptive innovations create an entirely new market through the introduction of a new kind of product, one that s actually worse, initially, as judged by the performance metrics that mainstream customers value.Industry leaders seldom successfully cope with or introduce disruptive inno [...]

  6. Alvaro Alcocer Sotil

    Para un principiante en cuestiones de la gesti n y administraci n de empresas como yo, es un libro esencial dado la experiencia y conocimiento de los autores Puedo concluir que ante todo una persona debe mantenerse en sus principios y valores ticos, ademas de abrirse su mente y ver el bosque y no solo quedarse en un rbol Totalmente recomendado.

  7. Jeff

    A collection of HBR s top reads from the past 20 yes 20 years I m fortunate that through my work I ve already come across much of the content for those less familiar, this will be a much engaging read than it was for me 3.5 stars if I could.

  8. Steve

    Interesting stuff Some of the material did feel a bit dated, but overall it was a decent broad introduction to some key business concepts and ways of thinking.

  9. Kaushik Sekar

    Great book on basics of how to setup and manage business including a range of topics like Leadership, Innovation, etc Must read for MBA aspirants.

  10. Captain063

    Great Articles I believe HBR is a substantial leader on business initiatives as well as establishing concepts in order to improve business Why deduct Do I deduct one star Unfortunately, I have read the articles in different language and the publisher Obaikan translated the series of HBR The essentials, on strategy, on leadershipc in a bad way They translated the words instead of clauses and so we ended up read something like google translation without any editings.

  11. Anshul Thakur

    They are definitely a good read if you are looking for guidance While some articles mainly collaborations or case studies of how the programs devised by the authors worked wonders did beat around the bush, it is the veterans like Christensen Clayton, Kaplan and Norton, Kotter, Peter Drucker and many others who moved my heart through beautiful prose in argument A real story is often influential than those with A construction company in America type of themes and yet some researchers have used th [...]

  12. Ben Kream

    I think most people will have trouble distilling value from this anthology.The conceptual case oriented articles, which form the bulk of this collection, are applicable to large businesses than to small businesses and entrepreneurs A layperson picking up this book would find substantiation for many of their pre conceived criticisms of management science as too abstract and esoteric.There are a handful of entries in this books namely, Peter Drucker s that are relevant to everybody, although thes [...]

  13. Mohamed Shehab

    The Essentials is an epic book discusses the best 10 articles published on management, business and marketing in Harvard Business Review HBR magazine I belive that the pillars highlighted in this book are indispensable for very manager needs to improve his career These are very hort notes on these articles 1 How to deal with a disruptive change.2 The importance of analytics ans statistics in business 3 How to manage oneself4 Leaders charactaristics 5 The Balnced Scorecard BSC 6 Traps of innovati [...]

  14. Anil Gudipati

    This book is a compilation of some of the best business articles published by HBR magazine These are hard to read, dry and involves complex business concepts that are sine qua non for businesspeople or wanna be leaders in their industry It s hard to say for me which article is better than the other Every article is essential, comprehensive and intellectually invigorating I recommend this book for anyone who is interested in learning business concepts and yearning to be successful in their indust [...]

  15. Antariksa Akhmadi

    Intended as a reading for business people in companies, this collection of articles can also be useful for any other people in other organizations Many articles get overly technical such as Marketing Myopia and Balanced Scorecard , but are fairly translatable in general organizational discussion.

  16. Preston Kutney

    Great collection of articles on 10 enduring management ideas Very helpful for those like myself with no formal business education, who want to talk the talk I really enjoyed Peter Drucker s article on Managing Oneself and Daniel Goleman s on What Makes a Leader.

  17. Kimberly

    I found several of these articles extremely helpful to current projects at work Most of the articles are available on the internet I recommend Innovation The Classic Traps by Rosabeth Moss Kanter, What Is Strategy by Michael E Porter, and Managing Oneself by Peter F Drucker.

  18. Yanuar Rohim

    Walaupun beberapa artikelnya ada yang jadul, tetep masih relevan dlm konteks kekinian Nah, bagi yang terjun ke dunia bisnis, buku ini saya rekomendasikan karena dapat membentuk mindset yang lebih stratejik.

  19. Mike

    Some of this work is now out of date, and has been superceded, hence it loses a star, however a number of the articles are hugely useful This book is a must read as a jumping o point into the rest of HBR s series.

  20. David Forster

    Interesting summary, but some articles maybe a bit outdated But still very helpful to get a bigger picture of management.

  21. Anthony

    Some very interesting ideas Worth reading if you want to improve your leadership and professional communication skills

  22. Al Price

    Love this series, although some parts of this book were less relevant to me in the non profit world However, still got some great perspective from it.

  23. Marcos

    Some articles are really ingesting, mind opening and interesting A truly must read book for everyone that does something related to business.

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