Watertown, MA (PRWEB) March 24, 2010
Harvard Business Review has announced the Beta launch of the Answer Exchange, http://www.answers.hbr.org, a new community-driven resource for business professionals to ask questions and exchange advice and experiences about management challenges. The Answer Exchange also features insights from HBR editors and authors and access to HBR content.
The HBR Answer Exchange features solutions to and expert advice on management challenges and situations on a range of topics, including coaching and mentoring, career management, hiring, and talent development The site currently features hundreds of questions and answers from HBR editors and members of the community, many including recommendations for related resources. Membership in the Answer Exchange is free, with registration.
Paul Michelman, HBR’s Director of New Products, said “The HBR Answer Exchange fills a growing need for an authoritative problem-solving resource for managers and professionals. By drawing on contributions and insights from HBR editors, authors, and most importantly, our community of readers, we are building a uniquely powerful resource, one that combines HBR’s deeply researched content with the battle-tested perspectives of professionals. As the HBR.org community has grown to over 1 million readers, we’ve seen that our audience has deep expertise of their own, a passion for management ideas, and a desire to connect with and learn from other professionals. We not only want to tap these professionals’ management insights but also enlist them in helping shape this content experience.”
HBR Answer Exchange is the latest digital initiative from Harvard Business Review. A fully redesigned and enhanced HBR.org launched in December 2009. HBR has also recently released three iPhone applications, including Management Tip of the Day, the Daily Stat, and HBR Today.
About Harvard Business Review:
Harvard Business Review is the leading destination for smart management thinking. Through its flagship magazine, 11 international licensed editions, books from Harvard Business Press, and digital content and tools published on http://www.HBR.org, Harvard Business Review provides professionals around the world with rigorous insights and best practices to lead themselves and their organizations more effectively and to make a positive impact.
For more information, contact
colofson (at) hbr (dot) org
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