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Publisher's Summary

The June 2007 Harvard Business Review begins with a short article from "Forethought": "If You Love Your Information, Set It Free" by David Weinberger that explains why you should embrace information aggregation. Then, in this month's cover story, Roger Martin says it's not enough to mimic the actions of great leaders - you need to really figure out how they think. Then, Jonathan Zittrain says there's a way to keep the Internet safe without entirely sapping it of creative potential. Then the third full-length article this month focuses on ways you can develop talent in your company and use that talent to go after new business opportunities. Finally, you'll also hear executive summaries of the remaining articles in the June 2007 HBR.
©2007 by the President and Fellows of Harvard College, All Rights Reserved; (P)2006 Audible Inc.
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