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Harvard Business Review, June 2009 Periodical

Harvard Business Review, June 2009

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Publisher's Summary

In this issue:

FORETHOUGHT
"How Concepts Affect Consumption" by Dan Ariely and Michael I. Norton

FEATURE ARTICLES
"How to Be a Good Boss in a Bad Economy" by Robert I. Sutton
"Innovation in Turbulent Times" by Darrell K. Rigby, Kara Gruver, and James Allen

EXECUTIVE SUMMARIES
"What's Needed Next: A Culture of Candor" by James O'Toole and Warren Bennis
"Rethinking Trust" by Roderick M. Kramer
"The Buck Stops (and Starts) at Business School" by Joel M. Podolny
"Why You Didn't Get That Promotion" by John Besson.

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