HBR Italia

100 years of a strong and solid managerial culture

Harvard Business Review, founded in 1921, is the most widely-circulated management magazine in the world with over 500,000 copies and 12 national editions.

Harvard Business Review Italia, created in 2006, is the most-widely circulated management magazine in Italy. The magazine offers a window into two of the most celebrated and esteemed universities in the world: Harvard University and Harvard Business School.

It publishes articles and essays by the world’s foremost authors, not only those connected with Harvard, including Michael Porter, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Robert Kaplan, Clay Christensen, Joseph Kotter, Linda Hill and Pankaj Ghemawat, and many others. It hosts contributions from the highest echelons of Italian management, academia and consultancy: Francesco Starace, Alessandro Profumo, Marco Alverà, Gabriele Galateri, Enrico Giovannini, Umberto Bertelè, Vittorio Colao, Elena Zambon, Diana Bracco, Pietro Guindani, Andrea Illy, Angelos Papadimitriou, Carlo Pesenti, Paolo Scaroni, and many others. Harvard Business Review Italia also offers studies, conferences, books, digital publications and a young but established academy for high-impact training.