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According to a recent Harvard Business Review cover story, it’s rarely useful to give feedback to colleagues. The authors argue that constructive criticism won’t help people excel and that, when you highlight someone’s shortcomings, you actually hinder their learning.
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An investigation into a surprisingly divisive question.
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So, airlines have begun slicing the boarding order more and more thinly, boarding customers approximately in the order of their value to the airline.
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Overshadowed by barbecue in its home state, Tex-Mex is the most important, least understood regional cuisine in America.