I find myself, probably like many of you, spending way too much time in front of my computer. When I do face-to-face meetings, my colleagues and I typically met around some conference table, sometimes at an airport lounge (nothing like getting the most out of a long layover), and quite often at coffee shops (hello…
Today is all about Facebook's big $100 billion IPO. But how did the social media titan get so titanic to begin with? Harvard Business Review's David Rock explains that Facebook is so far ahead of human practice, it actually hacks our brains.
Sony is still a technological powerhouse with a massive R&D department, but as Sohrab Vossoughi explains at Harvard Business Review, everything has changed. Today it's not enough to build a killer technology—you've got to carefully design how people use the final product.—MA
There are two things everyone knows about Steve Jobs. He pushes his employees to make some pretty impressive—and market-changing—products. He's also a horrible person to work for. Now the Harvard Business Review confirms, once again, the latter.