HBR Free Book: Coronavirus and Business: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review

The Harvard Business Review is publishing a free ebook, entitled: Coronavirus and Business: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review." The Abstract is as follows: Lead your business through the crisis. As the pandemic is exacting its toll on our lives and wreaking havoc in the global economy, HBR is helping companies and managers … Continue reading HBR Free Book: Coronavirus and Business: The Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review

HBR: A Guide To Managing Your (Newly) Remote Workers

A Guide to Managing Your (Newly) Remote Workers By Barbara Z. Larson, Susan R. Vroman, Erin E. Makarius Leaders need to adapt to the new normal. 8 Questions Employers Should Ask About Coronavirus by Jeff Levin-Scherz, Deana Allen From how to protect employees to whether it’s necessary to revise benefits policies. 15 Questions About Remote Work, Answered by Tsedal Neeley A Q&A with … Continue reading HBR: A Guide To Managing Your (Newly) Remote Workers

State of Online Notarization as of March 30, 2020

The National Notary Association has a website that provides information about remote notarization, which it updates frequently. Key points made, as of March 30, 2020, are as follows. What States Currently Allow Remote Notarization: Currently, 23 states have passed remote notarization laws. Out of those states, 17 have laws that are in effect as of … Continue reading State of Online Notarization as of March 30, 2020

Practice Management During the Coronavirus

Buchanan Ingersoll: Preparing the Workplace for Coronavirus (Mar 3, 2020).GWSCPA / Avaluation Consulting: COVID-19 Free Webinar: Business Continuation Planning.Bridgewater: Assessing the Coronavirus (Mar. 4, 2020).HBR: Coronavirus Could Force Teams to Work Remotely: Do you have a plan for leading your team?HBR: Leading Your Business Through the Coronavirus: Twelve lessons on analyzing data, communicating information, and … Continue reading Practice Management During the Coronavirus

HBR.Hotlist.2020.02.24: Tensions that Leaders Must Navigate; The Mystery of the $2,000 Ikea Shopping Bag; Don’t Quit Your Job Before Asking These Questions, and More!

EVERY LEADER NEEDS TO NAVIGATE THESE 7 TENSIONS BY JENNIFER JORDAN, MICHAEL WADE, ELIZABETH TERACINO ARE YOU AN EXPERT OR A LEARNER? A TACTICIAN OR A VISIONARY? MARKETING The Mystery of the $2,000 Ikea Shopping Bag by Silvia Bellezza, Jonah Berger How luxury brands are inverting status symbols. PROFESSIONAL TRANSITIONS Don’t Quit Your Job Before Asking Yourself These Questions by Priscilla Claman You … Continue reading HBR.Hotlist.2020.02.24: Tensions that Leaders Must Navigate; The Mystery of the $2,000 Ikea Shopping Bag; Don’t Quit Your Job Before Asking These Questions, and More!

Morse: When Do Tax Compliance Robots Follow the Law

Professor Susan C. Morse, U. Texas School of Law, has made available for download her forthcoming article, When Do Tax Compliance Robots Follow the Law, to be published in the Ohio State Technology L. J. The Abstract is as follows: Algorithmic tax compliance robots, such as TurboTax, have long implemented the tax law using systems … Continue reading Morse: When Do Tax Compliance Robots Follow the Law

Stanford Business Insights.2020.02.16: Are You Making the Most of Your Network? and More!

Career: Eight Tips for Building and Leveraging Your Network A leadership coach shows how to make the most of your professional relationships.Read More Leadership: Should CEOs Take a Stance on Controversial Topics?Business leaders are blurring the lines between business and politics. But is it a good thing?Watch Now Health: How Private-Sector Firms Create a Culture of HealthMore companies … Continue reading Stanford Business Insights.2020.02.16: Are You Making the Most of Your Network? and More!

HBR Hotlist.2020.02.10: How to leave work at work; why competing for talent is a mistake; know your next presentation down cold!, and More

How to Leave Work at WorkBy Elizabeth Grace SaundersFour steps you can take to protect your free time. STRATEGYCreate KPIs That Reflect Your Strategic Priorities by Graham KennyStart by identifying your most important stakeholders.SOCIAL PLATFORMSThe Era of Antisocial Social Media by Sara WilsonYoung people’s behaviors are changing. How will businesses adapt?LABORWhy Competing For New Talent Is a Mistake by Seth Harris, Jake SchwartzIt … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2020.02.10: How to leave work at work; why competing for talent is a mistake; know your next presentation down cold!, and More

HBR.Hotlist.2020.02.03: The Three Skills that Control Time Management; The Power of Defining What Your Company Is Not; and More

TIME MANAGEMENT Time Management Is About More Than Life Hacks by Erich C. Dierdorff Your productivity hinges on these three skills. LEADERSHIP & MANAGING PEOPLE Don’t Demonize Employees Who Raise Problems by Nilofer Merchant They’re identifying opportunities for growth and innovation. CAREER PLANNING Is That Stretch Job Right for You? by Rebecca Zucker Six things to consider when applying. LEADERSHIP What … Continue reading HBR.Hotlist.2020.02.03: The Three Skills that Control Time Management; The Power of Defining What Your Company Is Not; and More

FPA Smartbrief: Shared Experiences Can Build Better Client Relationships

How key pieces of technology can boost business efficiency Focusing on the best way to leverage key pieces of technology can help advisers build more efficient and productive businesses, writes consultant Charesse Hagan. In this post, she outlines seven tech systems that can make a big difference in streamlining your workflow. FPA Practice Management Blog (1/23)  Opinion: Contrarian … Continue reading FPA Smartbrief: Shared Experiences Can Build Better Client Relationships

HBR Hotlist.2020.01.27: How Will You Measure Your Life; 6 Habits That Hurt Your Career; To Achieve Big Goals Start With Little Habits; The Essential Clayton Christenson Articles

How Will You Measure Your Life?, By Clayton M. Christensen: Don’t reserve your best business thinking for your career. MANAGING YOURSELF: 6 Habits That Hurt Your Career — and How to Overcome Them By Kerry Goyette: They may have served you well at some point, but they don’t anymore. TECHNOLOGY: Understanding India’s Chilly Reception of … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2020.01.27: How Will You Measure Your Life; 6 Habits That Hurt Your Career; To Achieve Big Goals Start With Little Habits; The Essential Clayton Christenson Articles

HBR Hotlist.2020.01.20: The Dark Side of Self Control; Navigating a New Job with a Different Culture; The Upside of Being an Underdog and More

THE DARK SIDE OF SELF-CONTROL BY MICHAIL D. KOKKORIS, OLGA STAVROVA RESISTING SHORT-TERM TEMPTATIONS CAN LEAD TO LONG-TERM REGRET.     LEADERSHIP Great Leaders Understand Why Small Gestures Matter By Bill Taylor They send big signals about who we are and what we care about. HIRING What Top Consulting Firms Get Wrong About Hiring By Atta Tarki, Tino Sanandaji Case interviews are … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2020.01.20: The Dark Side of Self Control; Navigating a New Job with a Different Culture; The Upside of Being an Underdog and More

HBR Hotlist.2020.01.06: Breaking Free From Anxiety; Elements of Good Judgment; The Post-Holiday Funk is Real & How to Beat It, and more

HOW ANXIETY TRAPS US, AND HOW WE CAN BREAK FREE BY SABINA NAWAZ SOME EXERCISES FOR REFRAMING YOUR FEARS, DOUBTS, AND UNCERTAINTIES. WORK-LIFE BALANCE What Happens When Your Career Becomes Your Whole Identity By Janna Koretz Don’t let the weight of your job squash your sense of self. DEVELOPING EMPLOYEES Real Mentorship Starts with Company Culture, Not Formal … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2020.01.06: Breaking Free From Anxiety; Elements of Good Judgment; The Post-Holiday Funk is Real & How to Beat It, and more

HBR.Hotlist.2019.12.30: HBR’s Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Why Women Don’t Self Promote as Much as Men; How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3.00 AM; and more

SUSTAINABILITY Why It’s So Hard to Change People’s Commuting Behavior by Ashley Whillans, Ariella Kristal It’ll take more than subsidizing mass transit or encouraging ride-sharing, according to new research. STRESS How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3am by Rebecca Zucker Five tips for making sure stress doesn’t get in the way of sleep. MANAGING YOURSELF Our Favorite Management Tips … Continue reading HBR.Hotlist.2019.12.30: HBR’s Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Why Women Don’t Self Promote as Much as Men; How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3.00 AM; and more

HBR Hotlist.2019.12.23: HBR’s Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Careers for the Easily Distracted; Avoiding Distractions at Work; Why Don’t Women Self Promote as Much as Men

GENDER Why Don’t Women Self-Promote As Much As Men? by Christine Exley, Judd Kessler Research shows it’s not as simple as a lack of confidence. STRESS How to Stop Thinking About Work at 3am by Rebecca Zucker Five tips for making sure stress doesn’t get in the way of sleep. PRODUCTIVITY 10 Quick Tips for Avoiding Distractions at Work by Steve Glaveski … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.12.23: HBR’s Favorite 2019 Management Tips; Careers for the Easily Distracted; Avoiding Distractions at Work; Why Don’t Women Self Promote as Much as Men

HBR Hotlist.2019.12.16: Avoiding Workplace Burnout; Breaking Bad Habits; Overcoming Your Email Habit; Understanding Destructive Behaviors and More

MANAGING YOURSELFHow to Break Up with Your Bad Habits by Judson BrewerFor good. CRISIS MANAGEMENT6 Signs Your Corporate Culture Is a Liability by Sarah ClaytonAnd what to do about it. TIME MANAGEMENTHow to Overcome Your (Checks Email) Distraction Habit by Maura ThomasGood work requires deep focus. MANAGING ORGANIZATIONSWhat the “Best Companies to Work For” Do Differently by Michael O'MalleyA survey of top-ranked workplace cultures. JOB SEARCHDon’t Let … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.12.16: Avoiding Workplace Burnout; Breaking Bad Habits; Overcoming Your Email Habit; Understanding Destructive Behaviors and More

HBR Hotlist.2019.10.28: Confident Presentations; Secrets of Successful Female Networkers; Cracking the Code of Successful Collaboration

THE BEST-PERFORMING CEOS IN THE WORLD, 2019 BY HARVARD BUSINESS REVIEW STAFF THE LATEST EDITION OF HBR’S ANNUAL LIST. COLLABORATION The Truth About Open Offices by Ethan Bernstein, Ben Waber There are reasons why they don’t produce the desired interactions. PRESENTATIONS How to Look and Sound Confident During a Presentation by Carmine Gallo Your audience will make up their minds about … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.10.28: Confident Presentations; Secrets of Successful Female Networkers; Cracking the Code of Successful Collaboration

What Do You Mean I Cannot Take that Money? Duties, Responsibilities, and Ethics for Fiduciaries and the Attorneys Who Advise Them

By Lisa C. Henry & Francis J. Rondoni Chestnut Cambronne PA Minneapolis, Minnesota1 2 With the recent trend to sue anyone and everyone, practitioners should be aware of potential liability for their client’s acts.  Along with claims for malpractice, courts are coming around to considering a legal practitioner being liable for his or her role in … Continue reading What Do You Mean I Cannot Take that Money? Duties, Responsibilities, and Ethics for Fiduciaries and the Attorneys Who Advise Them

HBR Hotlist.2019.10.14: Overcoming Being Overwhelmed; Build Your Team’s Critical Thinking Skills; How Engaged Is Your Team, Really?; Prepare for Automation

How to Deal with Constantly Feeling Overwhelmed By Rebecca Zucker Five strategies can help. EDUCATION Why Skills Training Can’t Replace Higher Education By George D. Kuh It’s a disservice to students and civil society. HEALTH Research: People Want Their Employers to Talk About Mental Health By Kelly Greenwood, Vivek Bapat, Mike Maughan Nearly 60% of employees have never discussed their mental health … Continue reading HBR Hotlist.2019.10.14: Overcoming Being Overwhelmed; Build Your Team’s Critical Thinking Skills; How Engaged Is Your Team, Really?; Prepare for Automation