Harvard Business Publishing

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Established in 1994, Harvard Business Publishing is an independent non-profit corporation that is associated with Harvard Business School. The primary goal of this organization is to improve business management practices across the globe. It creates and distributes a wide array of educational content, such as articles, books, case studies, digital tools, and videos, reaching millions of individuals and thousands of organizations globally. The corporation is segmented into three market units: Education, Corporate Learning, and the Harvard Business Review Group. These units provide seminars, webinars, and digital learning platforms. Its impact is tangible, as its concepts are disseminated through various platforms and events, effecting real-world change. Its headquarters are located in a building that was formerly occupied by New Balance, distinctly separate from Harvard University Press.

Harvard Business Publishing (HBP) is a publisher founded in 1994 as a not-for-profit, independent corporation and an affiliate of Harvard Business School (distinct from Harvard University Press), with a focus on improving business management practices. The company offers articles, books, case studies, simulations, videos, learning programs, and digital tools to organizations and subscribers.

Harvard Business Publishing
Founded1994; 30 years ago (1994)
Country of originUnited States
Headquarters locationBrighton, Massachusetts
Publication typesMagazines, Books, Case Studies
Nonfiction topicsLeadership, Management, Business
No. of employeesOver 600
Official websitewww.harvardbusinesspublishing.org
Harvard Business Publishing Headquarters, Formerly housed New Balance

HBP consists of three market units: Education, Corporate Learning, and Harvard Business Review Group. Their offering consists of print and digital media (Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business Review Press books, Harvard Business School cases), events, digital learning (Harvard ManageMentor, HMM Spark), blended learning, and campus experiences.

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