mercredi 18 décembre 2013

10 Charts from 2013 That Changed the Way We Think

1. Asian countries are overtaking European countries when it comes to prosperity:
Asia Rising, Europe Falling Chart
2. The most common area of weakness for ineffective senior leaders is their ability to develop others, followed by their ability to collaborate (but research shows it’s entirely possible to reverse these bad habits):
Senior Leaders' Fatal Flaws Chart
3. Here are the areas CEOs are getting coached in — but priorities differ depending on who you ask:
CEO Coaching Chart
4. Go ahead, expense that chicken:
Eating While Negotiating Charts
5. Cubicles are the absolute worst, in part because they’re so darned noisy:
Everyone Can Hear You Chart
6. What percentage of U.S. mothers work 50 or more hours a week during the key years of career advancement? Most people say half — and they’re wrong:
The Hours Gap Chart
7. Even though recent Wharton grads say that parenting still matters, fewer and fewer think they’ll end up having kids:
What Matters Chart
8. It may be a good time to invest in Africa, which is more stable than you’ve been led to believe:
Coups in Africa
9. You’re probably in good shape if you’re set to graduate from a top-tier business school. If not, there’s reason to worry due to these hiring patterns:
MBA Hiring Drops Chart
10. And, just in time for bonus season, you may want to forgo those involving cash if your goal is increasing productivity:
Gifts vs. Cash Chart
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Gretchen Gavett is an associate editor at the Harvard Business Review. Follow her on Twitter @gretchenmarg.

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