Harvard Business Review - English Edition Magazine

Harvard Business Review - English Edition Magazine

Published Bi-Monthly 6 Issues Per Year

Harvard Business Review publishes new and authoritative ideas for improving the practice of management. Written by leading business thinkers and executives, Harvard Business Review gives readers a first look at cutting-edge ideas and their real-world applications in areas like strategy, leadership, marketing, team management, and professional development.

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About Harvard Business Review - English Edition

First published in 1922, Harvard Business Review focuses on educating business management professionals so they can not only lead with effectiveness, but also make a positive impact. The magazine strives to provide its readers with ideas to assist them in becoming smarter, more courageous and more creative when it comes to their work.

Harvard Business Review is highly respected for its quality content, often coming from well-known scholars and management theory/practice experts. Its subject matter is mainly focused on topics related to leadership, negotiation, innovation, operations, organizational change, strategy, finance, marketing, decision making, work-life balance and managing people.

Recent articles in Harvard Business Review were published under these titles: Building a Workforce for the Future; What Does Your Customer Really Want; How to Tackle Your Toughest Decisions; Managing the 24/7 Workplace; Entrepreneurship for the Long Term; Branding in the Age of Social Media; How to Build a Culture of Originality; Secrets of the Superbosses; and Don't Let Power Corrupt You.

Whether a rising star who wants to get to the top or a senior business strategist, each professional benefits from the thoughtful, original and evidence-based articles in Harvard Business Review.

Business management professionals who are always seeking out expert advice to improve their performance will enjoy a subscription to Harvard Business Review.

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Hi, I’m Joyce, VP of marketing for Magazines.com.

As an executive, I find the Harvard Business Review an important resource in the areas of management and leadership. One of my favorite aspects of the magazine is the Executive Summaries – a short column in the back of the magazine that summarizes each feature. I tend to start there to make my decisions on which articles I’m interested in reading right way.

Even though the title might make you think otherwise--this magazine isn’t too academic – what I mean by this is that I never have the feeling that the columnists or editors are speaking from a textbook. There is plenty of ‘real world’ perspective and advice.

I like the themed approach with varied articles featuring different aspects of a larger subject. Being able to take in a lot of information, digesting it quickly and making a decision is one of the keys to leadership success. Making sure you get the information you need to make that good decision means that you need to have an open, collaborative environment where opinions can be voiced.

The writers and editors at Harvard Business Review do an excellent job asking the reader tough questions and challenging us to think about things like innovation, collaboration, research and business growth in new ways. It’s my goal to continue to grow the businesses I manage and to grow as a leader. Harvard Business Review gives me the tools I need to achieve these goals.

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