Harvard Business Podcasts can help you grow your career. Listen to HBR IdeaCast where they interview managers and business leaders and mastering scale, where Stanford MBA and serial-entrepreneur Reid Hoffman breaks down how companies can grow.
Harvard Business Review, founded in 1944 by David Ignatius was a magazine that stressed cutting-edge management techniques. It was known as the “magazine of decision makers.” In 2015 the editor David Ignatius realigned the publication’s focus to better align with its readers and ensure that its research was relevant. He accomplished this by overhauling HBR’s podcast program. It now features discussions with thought-leaders and experts on current issues.
The weekly HBR IdeaCast podcast showcases a wide variety of thought managers and business leaders. These podcasts are brimming with inspiration for leaders. From Sarah Cooper’s suggestions on how you can bring humor into your workplace, to HBR Fellows Bill Kerr & Joe Fuller’s perspectives on the forces that are changing the way we do work.
Taking the guesswork out of case study methodology, this biweekly podcast distills HBR’s famous cases into a digestible form. You’ll hear professors discuss the cases they’ve written about and the lessons they have for your own professional journey.