HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW ARTICLES
How to Develop a Talent Pipeline for Your Digital Transformation
Companies in every industry are digitalizing their operations, and many are struggling to find the talent they need to do it. In this article, Infosys executives Jeff Kavanaugh and Ravi Kumar explain how companies can find the right digital talent by going beyond the conventional practices of hiring from the best schools and poaching from competitors.
How Corporations Can Better Work with Startups
Since 2013 the number of corporate investments in startups has tripled, but the success rate of these initiatives remains low. In this article, experts at IESE Business School explain the top challenges these projects face, and the three best strategies for overcoming them.
To Retain Employees, Focus on Inclusion – Not Just Diversity
To retain talent, most organizations offer the typical things: free coffee and tea in the break room, competitive benefits, generous raises and bonuses, and employee recognition programs. But none of that works for an employee who doesn’t feel comfortable in his or her work environment.
How We Think About Innovation at Cisco
Gartner predicts that the IoT will encompass 21 billion things by 2020. This proliferation will require faster, more secure ways for machines to share and process data. In this article, a Cisco executive explains how his company is speeding up innovation in standards, architectures, and infrastructures to cope.