Harvard Business Podcasts
Harvard business podcasts offer insight that will help you take your career to the next level. Listen to HBR IdeaCast that interviews leaders in business and management, or Mastering Scale, where Stanford MBA and serial entrepreneur Reid Hoffman breaks down the process of growing companies.
When Harvard Business Review was founded in 1944, the publication was a leader in cutting-edge management techniques and was known as the “magazine for decision-makers.” In 2015, David Ignatius refocused the magazine’s attention to better align it with its readers and ensure its research remains relevant. He achieved this by revamping the HBR podcast program. It now features conversations with thought-leaders and experts on current issues.
The HBR IdeaCast Podcast showcases various thought leaders from the business and management world. From comedian Sarah Cooper on bringing humor into your workplace, to HBR Fellows Bill Kerr and Joe Fuller on the forces that are reshaping the nature of work These podcasts can inspire any leader.
This biweekly podcast simplifies the method of case study by reducing HBR’s most famous cases into a palatable format. You’ll hear professors discuss the cases they’ve drafted and the lessons they’ve learned for your own professional path.