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Here is an article written by Jimmy Guterman for the Harvard Business Review blog. To read the complete article, check out other articles and resources, and/or sign up for a free subscription to Harvard Business Review’s Daily Alerts, please click here.

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We think more about quality than quantity here on the HBR blog network, but we do pay close attention to what our readers are paying attention to. In that spirit, we offer our 10 most popular posts of 2010, as measured by that most inarguable of website metrics, pageviews:


12 Things Good Bosses Believe
Robert Sutton, author of Good Boss, Bad Boss, ponders what makes some bosses great.


Six Keys to Being Excellent at Anything
Tony Schwartz of the Energy Project reports on what he's learned about top performance.


How (and Why) to Stop Multitasking

Peter Bregman learns how to do one thing at a time.


Why I Returned My iPad

Here, Bregman finds a novel way to treat a device that's "too good."


The Best Cover Letter I Ever Received
Although David Silverman published this with us in 2009, it remained extremely timely this year.


How to Give Your Boss Feedback
Amy Gallo reports on the best ways to help your boss and improve your working relationship.


You've Made a Mistake. Now What?
We all screw up at work. Gallo explains what to do next.


Define Your Personal Leadership Brand
Norm Smallwood of the RBL Group gives tips on how to convey your identity and distinctiveness as a leader.


Why Companies Should Insist that Employees Take Naps
Tony Schwartz makes the case for naps as competitive advantage.


Six Social Media Trends for 2011
David Armano of Edelman Digital ends the year by predicting our social media future.

That's what you've told us. In my next roundup, I'll share a few of the more-than-1000 posts we published this year that our editors have selected as unmissable — or worth a second read.

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Jimmy Guterman is a senior editor at Harvard Business Review. Previously, he was executive editor at MIT Sloan Management Review, editorial director of the Radar group, editor of Release 2.0 at O'Reilly Media. He is a graduate of the Universoity of Pennsylvania.

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