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Summary

In this issue:

IDEA WATCH
"Why Life Sciences Needs Its Own Silicon Valley" by Fariborz Ghadar, John Sviokla, and Dietrich A. Stephan.

FEATURE ARTICLES
"What Good are Shareholders?" by Justin Fox and Jay W. Lorsch.
"Cultural Change That Sticks" by Jon R. Katzenbach, Ilona Steffen, and Caroline Kronley.
"Do You Know Your Cost of Capital?" by Michael T. Jacobs and Anil Shivdasani.
"A Better Way to Tax U. S. Businesses" by Mihir A. Desai.

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  • Paul
  • 09-08-12

There are no secrets here

Would you try another book from Harvard Business Review and/or Todd Mundt?

Maybe

Would you ever listen to anything by Harvard Business Review again?

not sure

How did the narrator detract from the book?

he didn;t

If you could play editor, what scene or scenes would you have cut from Harvard Business Review, July/August 2012?

the cover ffeatures "the Secret to Smarter sales" ...YET there is nothing in the narration or articles about sales - its all about other stuff...seriously?

Any additional comments?

see above