You may have heard that Facebook is changing what you see in your News Feed, putting a greater focus on posts from family and friends and content with lots of interaction. This might mean you'll see less of us in your feed, so I wanted to make sure you know about other ways to keep up with us. Here are a few things you can do (find all the links you need in the comments):
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We will continue to experiment with new ways to have conversations with you about work and management. Got an idea for what you want to see from us on Facebook or need help? Leave a comment below and let us know.
Thanks for reading, Maureen Hoch Editor, HBR.org ...