Harvard Business Review Notes by Frank Olsson- March/April 2020

4 April 2020

Harvard Business Review Notes by Frank Olsson- March/April 2020

The theme for this issue is “Creating a Culture of Experimentation” where one article points out that although an organization says it is tolerant of failure, the individual in charge of failure fears risk of being down-rated, often causing risk-averse behaviour. There is an interesting article called “What’s Holding Women Back?” and one “One Last Chance to Save Capitalism.”  Holding women back is is to a large extent caused by an engrained (erroneous) bias that women are less committed and for saving capitalism the article points out endemic abuse of rules, ethics and decency in the relentless pursuit of profits wealth and power. When we move from the odd rotten apple in the barrel to a rotten barrel there is a serious problem. Business have the power to shape responsibilities for the greater good. They should exercise it. Please find below a few notes from this issue.

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