Knowledge is power, as they say, and we are creating a community of informed, observant, savvy fans of Harvard Business Review.
As you may know, Harvard Business Review is published by the Harvard Business Review Press six times a year. It is a flagship journal for research on management and organizations, combining analytical rigour with practical relevance.
Since everyone who is anyone in the field wants to publish their research in HBR, their selection reflects the best of what is available at any one time.
HBR also has a good balance of articles across business functional areas, long and short, diverse and also judiciously focused: the spotlight section in each issue gives sustained attention to a particular set of questions.
As a result, HBR is an ideal filter for the many offers of business advice we get bombarded by every day, allowing you to save time and gain peace of mind that you are always up-to-date, if not ahead, of current debates.
The Fans of HBR Meet-up Group, an initiative by independent enthusiasts, is a friendly, low-key opportunity to get acquainted with the magazine or to sustain your existing interest. It offers the following benefits:
1. Access to annotated tables of contents for each issue, linked to articles on the hbr.org site, allowing you to decide, at a glance, what you need to read first and foremost. Some articles are freely available on the site, others are behind the pay wall and may require subscription. Take a look below at annotated tables of contents for recent issues.
2. Monthly meet-ups, offering an opportunity for informal socialising and networking, around current articles and debates in HBR.