I love magazines - both for work and pleasure. And while my intentions are always noble in terms of reading them in a timely manner, I generally fall short. So I have unread piles at home, and piles at work.
If you are like me, then this newest series of books published by the Harvard Business Review Press is for you. The editors have combed through the archives of the venerable Harvard Business Review and have selected the most significant articles they have published over the years on a range of topics.
If you aren't familiar with the Harvard Business Review (HBR), you should have a look. HBR began in 1922 as a project of the faculty and students of the Harvard Business School. Its aim from the beginning was to share research and experiences with other business practitioners. Many top management thinkers, such as Peter Drucker, have written for the magazine over the years.
Check out these titles, recently received by the library: