Improving the practice of management and its impact in a changing world.
Harvard Business Review is the leading destination for smart management thinking. Through the flagship magazine, 11 international licensed editions, books from Harvard Business Review Press, and digital content and tools published on HBR.org, Harvard Business Review provides professionals around the world with rigorous insights and best practices to lead themselves and their organizations more effectively and to make a positive impact.
Harvard Business Review brings to life the insights and best practices of business thinkers and leaders from around the world. Every month, HBR delivers ideas powerful enough to change not only what people think, but also what they do.
Each feature article is an in-depth, rigorous presentation of a significant advance in management thinking and its application in the real world of business. These articles help business leaders establish an intellectual agenda for discussion – and change – within their companies.
《哈佛商業評論》（Harvard Business Review）透過深入報導，讓讀者深入了解全球商界領袖的想法和管理方式，以及實踐方法。每個月的報導都極具啟發性，刺激讀者思考，是商界人士必讀經濟雜誌之一。
The opening section of the magazine surveys emerging ideas and trends, reports on provocative research, and spotlights interesting people and company practices.
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This iconic department explores a fictional business dilemma and features advice from several experts on how to solve that dilemma. The online interactive version invites readers to write their own commentaries about the case. Case commentators include CEOs, academics, consultants, and activists.
Conversations with leaders outside business – scientists, artists, athletes, and others – whose experiences and insights illuminate issues businesspeople face in their world.
Business leaders describe, in their own words, a challenging situation they faced, how they addressed it, and what they learned.
Expert advice to help managers and leaders advance their careers and improve their performance. Usually includes on online self-assessment component.
Tool kit focuses on the nuts and bolts of management, presenting practical techniques, often in interactive form, for solving the toughest problems.
Examines broad economic, social, political, or demographic trends affecting business.
An in-depth description of a successful, tested business practice, inside a single company or across multiple companies.
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In-depth reporting on business trends, companies, and individuals.
One of the most popular destinations in the magazine, distillations summarize the key points of each article for time-pressed executives.