Harvard business school articles

In the 1980s, Theodore Levitt became the editor of Harvard Business Review and changed the magazine to make it more accessible to general audiences. Articles were shortened and the scope of the magazine was expanded to include a wider range of topics. In 1994, Harvard Business School formed Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) as an independent entity. Between 2006 and 2008, HBP went through a couple of reorganizations but finally settled into the three market facing groups that exist today: Higher Education, which distributes cases, articles, and book chapters for business education materials; Corporate Learning, which provides standardized on-line and tailored off-line leadership development courses; and Harvard Business Review Group, which publishes the Harvard Business Review magazine, its web counterpart (), and a book press (Harvard Business Review Press).

Harvard business school articles

harvard business school articles


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