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Harvard Business Publishing Unveils HBR Channel

The short HBR Channel videos feature thought leaders, consultants and executives sharing ideas, personal stories, tips, best practices and lessons on a number of business topics.

November 13, 2012
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Boston — Nov. 13

Harvard Business Publishing announced it is offering a new approach to leadership development with hundreds of “short bite” videos on tackling business challenges, in an effort to provide substantive learning for time-pressed managers.

The Harvard Business Review (HBR) Channel videos, which range in length from two to five minutes, feature thought leaders, consultants and executives sharing ideas, personal stories, tips, best practices and lessons on a number of business topics.

Videos can be used for self-paced learning, incorporated in a traditional classroom environment or in blended learning settings that combine both classroom and online aspects.

The HBR Channel features content from a broad range of experts, including Harvard Business School professors Clayton Christensen, Michael Porter, Ranjay Gulati and Linda Hill; Silicon Valley entrepreneur Eric Ries; author Fred Reichheld; Bob Chavez, CEO of Hermes; and Doug Conant, former CEO of the Campbell’s Soup Co.

Source: Harvard Business Publishing

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