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If you read nothing else, read these 10 articles from HBR’s most influential authors, covering the essential management topics.

10 Must-Read Articles from HBR
Included with this collection:

Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change
by Clayton M. Christensen and Michael Overdorf

Competing on Analytics
by Thomas H. Davenport

Managing Oneself
by Peter F. Drucker

What Makes a Leader?
by Daniel Goleman

Putting the Balanced Scorecard to Work
by Robert S. Kaplan and David P. Norton

Innovation: The Classic Traps
by Rosabeth Moss Kanter

Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail
by John P. Kotter

Marketing Myopia
by Theodore Levitt

What Is Strategy?
by Michael E. Porter

The Core Competence of the Corporation
by C.K. Prahalad and Gary Hamel

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It’s no wonder that innovation is so difficult for established firms. They employ highly capable people—and then set them to work within processes and business models that doom them to failure. But there are ways out of this dilemma.

Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change
by Clayton M. Christensen and Michael Overdorf

Included with this full-text Harvard Business Review article: 1 Article Summary The Idea in Brief—the core idea The Idea in Practice—putting the idea to work 2 Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change 12 Further Reading A list of related materials, with annotations to guide further exploration of the article’s ideas and applications

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Meeting the Challenge of Disruptive Change

The Idea in Brief
Why do so few established companies innovate successfully? Of hundreds of department stores, for instance, only Dayton Hudson became a discount-retailing leader. And not one minicomputer company succeeded in the personal-computer business. What’s going on? After all, most established firms boast deep pockets and talented people. But when a new venture captures their...

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