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Harvard Business Review: Sleep Deficit: The Performance Killer

October 1, 2006



By Charles A. Czeisler and Bronwyn Fryer

A Conversation with Harvard Medical School Professor Charles A. Czeisler


"Companies today glorify the executive who logs 100-hour workweeks, the road warrior who lives out of a suitcase in multiple time zones, and the negotiator who takes a red-eye to make an 8 a.m. meeting. But to Dr. Charles A. Czeisler, the Baldino Professor of Sleep Medicine at Harvard Medical School, this kind of corporate behavior is the antithesis of high performance."

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