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January 2017

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

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Thought for the Month

"Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever."


Articles for the Month

Onboarding Isn’t Enough; Mark Byford, Michael D. Watkins, and Lena Triantiogiannis; Harvard Business Review; May-June; 2017. “Onboarding is an apt term for the way many companies support a leader’s transition, because not much more is involved than bringing the executive safely on deck.”

Mastering Strategy; David B. Yoffie, Michael A. Cusumano, and Martha E. Mangelsdorf; MIT Sloan Management Review; Winter; 2016. “The careers of superstar CEO’s Bill Gates, Andy Grove and Steve Jobs offer important lessons about how to become a better strategist.”

Game On; John Gillis, Jr.; Talent Economy; Spring; 2017. “Game mechanics play a large role in how humans consume and remember information. Here’s why companies should integrate games in their leadership development.”

Linear Thinking in a Nonlinear Workplace; Bart De Langhe, Stefano Puntoni, and Richard Larrick; Harvard Business Review; May-June; 2017.” Linear thinking leads managers to underestimate the benefits of small increases to high retention rates.”

How Workplace Fairness Effects Employee Commitment; Matthias Seifert, Joel Brockner, Emily C. Bianchi, and Henry Moon; MIT Sloan Management Review, Winter; 2016. “In high-trust environments, commitment to the organization wanes greatly when leaders fail to manage both procedures and outcomes fairly.”

The Athena Doctrine: Millennials Seek Feminine Values in Leadership; John Gerzema and Michael D’Antonio; Journal of Leadership Studies; 2017. “The best data available shows that young adults in America, and around the world, are more committed than their elders to ideals like equality and fairness.”

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