Harvard Business Review’s appetite for disruption

“Full Disclosure” host Roben Farzad spoke with Harvard Business Review editor Adi Ignatius about some of the changes being made at the publication. The publication lowered its print editions to six from 10 last year, and it added more multimedia to its website. It now has its highest-paid circulation in its 95-year history. The magazine […]

Harvard Biz Review cutting print issues in 2017

The Harvard Business Review will drop from 10 print issues a year to six in 2017 and will instead publish six new online series, each of which will be a multi-day, multimedia package organized around a single concept, reports Shan Wang of Nieman Lab. Wang writes, “The metaphor of the print magazine is useful for understanding the editorial structure […]

Harvard Biz Review adapts to the digital age

Jon Chesto of the Boston Globe writes about the changes at the Harvard Business Review. Chesto writes, “Ignatius and Macht oversaw a big website redesign in November 2014, in part to make it easier to read on people’s phones and to make it easier for readers to save and organize articles. Since that time, HBR […]

Harvard Business Review seeks digital editor

Harvard Business Review is looking for an experienced digital editor to lead new content initiatives. To be successful in this position, you must be curious, flexible, and data-driven, and you must love the web. You’ll be happy at HBR if you are fascinated by the changes taking place in the publishing industry and if you […]