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Find Your Way: The Eight Ideas That Deliver

What Really Works
Nitin Nohria, William Joyce, and Bruce Roberson
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Features
arrow What Really Works
Nitin Nohria, William Joyce, and Bruce Roberson
arrow Delusions of Success
Dan Lovallo and Daniel Kahneman
arrow Supply Chain Challenges: Building Relationships
A conversation with Scott Beth, David N. Burt, William Copacino, Chris Gopal, Hau L. Lee, Robert Porter Lynch, and Sandra Morris
arrow How the Quest for Efficiency Corroded the Market
Paul M. Healy and Krishna G. Palepu
arrow Are You In with the In Crowd?
Art Kleiner
Departments
From the Editor
Thinking Rationally About Irrational Thinking
Thomas A. Stewart
Forethought
A Better Way to Innovate
What Makes Global Firms Resilient?
Web Surveys’ Hidden Hazards
What Venture Trends Can Tell You
Books in Brief
HBR Case Study
Do Something—He’s About to Snap
Eileen Roche
Big Picture
Capital Versus Talent
Roger L. Martin and Mihnea C. Moldoveanu
Best Practice
Causes and Effects
Carol L. Cone, Mark A. Feldman, and Alison T. DaSilva
Managing Yourself
Pull the Plug on Stress
Bruce Cryer, Rollin McCraty, and Doc Childre
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Letters to the Editor
Executive Summaries
What Goes Around
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