HBR Insights Future of Business Boxed Set (8 Books)

 
 
HBR Insights Series; Harvard Business Review Press
  • erschienen am 12. Januar 2021
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  • 1600 Seiten
 
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Business is changing. Will you adapt or be left behind?

Get up to speed and deepen your understanding of the topics that are shaping your company's future with the Insights You Need from Harvard Business Review series. Featuring HBR's smartest thinking on fast-moving issues, each book provides the foundational introduction and practical case studies your organization needs to compete today and collects the best research, interviews, and analysis to get it ready for tomorrow.

You can't afford to ignore how these issues will transform the landscape of business and society. The Insights You Need series will help you grasp these critical ideas—and prepare you and your company for the future. This specially priced 8-volume set includes:

  • Agile
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Blockchain
  • Climate Change
  • Customer Data & Privacy
  • Cybersecurity
  • Monopolies & Tech Giants
  • Strategic Analytics
  • Englisch
  • La Vergne
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  • USA
Harvard Business Review Press
  • 41,06 MB
978-1-64782-025-1 (9781647820251)
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  • Intro
  • Strategic Analytics
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Section1: Understanding Analytics Basics
  • Ch 1: The Five Essential Elements for Succeeding with Data
  • Ch 2: Understanding the Types of Data and How They're Captured
  • Ch 3: The Right Way to Deploy Predictive Analytics
  • Ch 4: What Great Data Analyts Do
  • Ch 5: What Data Is and Isn't Good For
  • Section 2: Becoming an Analytics-Driven Organization
  • Ch 6: Prioritize Which Data Skills Your Company Needs
  • Ch 7: How a German Manufacturing Company Set Up Its Analytics Lab
  • Ch 8: Cloud Computing Is Helping Smaller, Newer Firms Compete
  • Ch 9: Data Science and the Art of Persuasion
  • Section 3: Applying Data Analytics
  • Ch 10: How Vineyard Vines Uses Analytics to Win Over Customers
  • Ch 11: How to Use Employee Data Responsibly
  • Ch 12: What AI-Driven Decision Making Looks Like
  • Ch 13: How Companies Can Use the Data They Collect to Further the Public Good
  • About the Contributors
  • Index
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Contents
  • Introduction: The State of AI in Business
  • Section 1: Understanding AI and Machine Learning
  • Ch 1: The Business of Artificial Intelligence
  • Ch 2: Inside Facebook's AI Workshop
  • Ch 3: Why Companies That Wait to Adopt AI May Never Catch Up
  • Section 2: Adopting AI
  • Ch 4: Three Questions About AI That Nontechnical Employees Should Be Able to Answer
  • Ch 5: Is Your Company's Data Actually Valuable in the AI Era?
  • Ch 6: How to Choose Your First AI Project
  • Ch 7: What Will Happen When Your Company's Algorithms Go Wrong?
  • Section 3: AI and the Future of Work
  • Ch 8: How Will AI Change Work?
  • Ch 9: Collaborative Intelligence
  • Section 4: The Future of AI
  • Ch 10: Three Ways AI Is Getting More Emotional
  • Ch 11: How AI Will Change Strategy
  • Ch 12: The Future of AI Will Be About Less Data, Not More
  • About the Contributors
  • Index
  • Cybersecurity
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Ch 1: Internet Insecurity
  • Ch 2: Security Trends by the Numbers
  • Ch 3: Why Boards Aren't Dealing with Cyberthreats
  • Ch 4: The Behavioral Economics of Why Executives Underinvest in Cybersecurity
  • Ch 5: Why the Entire C-Suite Needs to Use the Same Metrics for Cyber Risk
  • Ch 6: The Best Cybersecurity Investment you Can Make Is Better Training
  • Ch 7: Better Cybersecurity Starts with Fixing Your Employees' Bad Habits
  • Ch 8: The Key to Better Cybersecurity
  • Ch 9: The Avoidable Mistakes Executives Continue to Make After a Data Breach
  • Ch 10: Active Defense and "Hacking Back
  • Ch 11: Cybersecurity Is Putting Customer Trust at the Center of Competition
  • Ch 12: Privacy and Cybersecurity Are Converging
  • Ch 13: What Countries and Companies Can Do When Trade and Cybersecurity Overlap
  • Ch 14: AI Is the Future of Cybersecurity, for Better and for Worse
  • About the Contributors
  • Index
  • Monopolies & Tech Giants
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: The Dominance of Mega-firms
  • Ch 1: Managing Our Hub Economy
  • Ch 2: Is Lack of Competition Strangling the U.S. Economy?
  • Section 2: The Future of Antitrust and Regulation
  • Ch 3: Why It's a Bad Idea to Let a Few Tech Companies Monopolize Our Data
  • Ch 4: What the Future of U.S. Antitrust Should Look Like
  • Ch 5: Don't Break Up Facebook--Treat It Like a Utility
  • Ch 6: How More Regulation for U.S. Tech Could Backfire
  • Section 3: Competing Against Giants
  • Ch 7: The Amazon-Whole Foods Deal Made Every Other Retailer's Plan Obsolete
  • Ch 8: What Big Consumer Brands Can Do to Compete in a Digital Economy
  • Ch 9: Crafting a Strategy in the Age of Giants
  • Ch 10: Who Will Win the Industrial Internet?
  • Ch 11: What to Learn from the Grocery Stores Holding Their Own Against Amazon
  • About the Contributors
  • Index
  • Blockchain
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: Understanding Blockchain
  • Ch 1: The Truth About Blockchain
  • Ch 2: A Brief History of Blockchain
  • Ch 3: The Blockchain Will Do to the Financial System What the Internet Did to Media
  • Ch 4: Who Controls the Blockchain
  • Ch 5: How Safe Are Blockchains? It Depends
  • Ch 6: What Blockchain Can't Do
  • Section 2: Blockchain and Business
  • Ch 7: How Blockchain Is Changing Finance
  • Ch 8: As Cryptocurrencies Rise, Who Needs Banks?
  • Ch 9: Global Supply Chains Are About to Get Better, Thanks to Blockchain
  • Ch 10: What Blockchain Means for the Sharing Economy
  • Ch 11: How Blockchain Can Help Marketers Build Better Relationships with Their Customers
  • Ch 12: Blockchain Could Help Artists Profit More from Their Creative Works
  • Section 3: The Future of Blockchain
  • Ch 13: Does Your Idea Actually Require Blockchain?
  • Ch 14: How Regulation Could Help Cryptocurrencies Grow
  • Ch 15: Using Blockchain to Keep Public Data Public
  • Ch 16: Blockchain Will Help Us Prove Our Identities in a Digital World
  • Ch 17: Making Cryptocurrency More Environmentally Sustainable
  • About the Contributors
  • Index
  • Agile
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Ch. 1: Agile at Scale
  • Ch. 2: Why Agile Goes Awry
  • Ch. 3: How to Make Sure Agile Teams Can Work Together
  • Ch. 4: How Nextdoor Addressed Racial Profiling on Its Platform
  • Ch. 5: HR Goes Agile
  • Ch. 6: How to Make Agile Work for the C-Suite
  • Ch. 7: How Agile Teams Can Help Turnarounds Succeed
  • Ch. 8: Making Process Improvements Stick
  • About the Contributors
  • Index
  • Climate Change
  • Contents
  • Introduction
  • Section 1: Understanding Climate Change
  • Ch 1: Leading a New Era of Climate Change
  • Ch 2: When Environmental Regulations Are Tighter at Home, Companies Emit More Abroad
  • Ch 3: The State of Socially Responsible Investing
  • Ch 4: Dematerialization and What It Means for the Economy-and Climate Change
  • Section 2: Taking Action
  • Ch 5: Why "Degrowth" Shouldn't Scare Businesses
  • Ch 6: Is Your Company Ready for a Zero-Carbon Future?
  • Ch 7: Making Cryptocurrency More Environmentally Sustainable
  • Ch 8: Climate Change is Going to Transform Where and How We Build
  • Ch 9: How Businesses Can Brace for Catastrophe
  • Ch 10: Young People Are Leading the Way on Climate Change, and Companies Need to Pay Attention
  • About the Contributors
  • Index
  • Customer Data & Privacy
  • Contents
  • Introduction: Trust: The New Competitive Advantage
  • Ch 1: Uninformed Consent
  • Ch 2: Why It's a Bad Idea to Let a Few Tech Companies Monopolize Our Data
  • Ch 3: Privacy and Cybersecurity Are Converging
  • Ch 4: A Strong Privacy Policy Can Save Your Company Millions
  • Ch 5: Do You Care About Privacy as Much as Your Customers Do?
  • Ch 6: How to Exercise the Power You Didn't Ask For
  • Ch 7: To Regain Consumer's Trust, Marketers Need Transparent Data Practices
  • Ch 8: How Blockchain Can Help Marketers Build Better Relationships with Their Customers
  • Ch 9: The Dangers of Digital Protectionism
  • Ch 10: Why Companies Are Forming Cybersecurity Alliances
  • Index

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