Cover art for HBR's 10 Must Reads for Ceos (with Bonus Article 'Your Strategy Needs a Strategy' by Martin Reeves, Claire Love, and Philipp Tillmanns)
Published
Harvard Business Review Press, June 2019
ISBN
9781633697157
Format
Softcover, 224 pages
Dimensions
21cm × 14cm

HBR's 10 Must Reads for Ceos (with Bonus Article 'Your Strategy Needs a Strategy' by Martin Reeves, Claire Love, and Philipp Tillmanns)

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As CEO, you set the tone for your organisation. You establish priorities, anticipate and

address challenges, champion and lead change efforts, set people up for success, and

manage risk. You look at issues and trends to see how they'll affect your company

internally, but also externally - in the larger context of your industry, your country,

and your company's place in the global marketplace. You maintain a long-term view

while simultaneously paying attention to short-term concerns. And though you may

have a great senior executive team and a top-flight board, ultimately the

responsibility rests on your shoulders.

                If you read nothing else for CEOs, read these 10 articles by experts in the field. We've

combed through hundreds of articles in the Harvard Business Review archive and

selected the most important ones to help you balance stability with growth, take the

short-term view while keeping an eye on long-term issues, and think about talent

development, retention, and recruitment.

                This book will inspire you to:

Navigate the changing global business environment

Attract, engage, and retain the best talent

Anticipate and address legislative and regulatory issues

Sharpen your awareness of your own tactical and soft skills

Adopt a founder's mindset and build new offerings, move into new markets, and

create next-generation solutions

Manage and build relationships with your board - and your shareholders

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