HBR's 10 Must Reads series is the definitive collection of books for new and experienced leaders alike. Leaders looking for the inspiration that big ideas provide, both to accelerate their own growth and that of their companies, should look no further.
HBR's 10 Must Reads series focuses on the core topics that every ambitious manager needs to know: leadership, strategy, change, managing people, and managing yourself. Harvard Business Review has sorted through hundreds of articles and selected only the most essential ones on each topic. Each title includes timeless advice that will be relevant regardless of an ever-changing business environment.
Classic ideas, enduring advice, the best thinkers: HBR's 10 Must Reads.
Is your company spending too much time on strategy development - with too little to show for it?
If you listen to nothing else on strategy, you should at least hear these 10 articles. We've combed through hundreds of Harvard Business Review articles and selected the most important ones to help you catalyze your organization's strategy development and execution.
HBR's 10 Must Reads on Strategy will inspire you to:
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"marvelous topic and narrator"
loved it, it was informative and easy to grasp helped me to understand things about and around strategy I didn't know.
"Insightful and helpful"
My first audible. Great for the concepts, but difficult to follow without diagrams. Next time I would also purchase the book for reference.
"Great over view of strategy from multiple sources"
Really enjoyed this series. very helpful, highly recommended for those creating strategy. liked the short sharp articles that were very insightful giving a very broad perspective. they helped me enormously.
"Repetitive and dated"
Some of the books covered, and their ideas are good. But most of content is simplistic, based on traditional large corporations. A lot of it is rooted in 80s and 90s business practices. Too much focus on execution instead of pure strategy design
tbh there was some really fire shit in here, but I found myself wading through really whack content at times
"readers are bad"
I struggled to follow this. mainly because the readers are so pompous as they read. it's very frustrating. I won't listen to hbr anymore
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