哈佛商业评论,我们相信管理层。If the world’s organizations and institutions were run more effectively, if our leaders made better decisions, if people worked more productively, we believe that all of us — employees, bosses, customers, our families, and the people our businesses affect — would be better off. So we try to arm our readers with ideas that help them become smarter, more creative, and more courageous in their work. To do that, we enlist the foremost experts in management theory and practice, collaborating to express their thoughts in the most influential way possible.

HBR covers a wide range of topics, including strategy, leadership, organizational change, negotiations, operations, innovation, decision making, marketing, finance, work-life balance, and managing teams. We publish articles of many lengths (some in both print and digital forms, and some in digital only), graphics, podcasts, videos, slide presentations, and just about any other media that might help us share an idea effectively.



2.证据:深深地了解你的主题是不够的 - 你必须向读者证明它。参考支持研究是这样做的一种好方法;描述相关例子是另一个。如果您有有趣的数据,请告诉我们。

3.原创性:管理中的新想法是罕见和宝贵的 - 读者转向HBR的主要原因之一。如果你正在写一个磨损的主题,我们将寻找一个独特的论点或洞察力。

4. Usefulness: HBR readers come to us not only to stay on top of new developments in management thinking, but also to change the way they and their organizations actually do things. If you can explain your thinking so that the reader understands how to apply it in a real situation, that will make it more powerful.


General notes on process


Our editorial process is more thorough than many other publishers’, and you may be asked to do multiple rounds of revisions. Contributors frequently tell us that they appreciate the extra care and attention their work receives.



We try to evaluate ideas before we determine where and how to publish them. We will consider submissions that contain only a short pitch, and we can help determine whether the idea should become a magazine feature, digital article,


对网站的所有提交都在规范中进行。It’s helpful if you send us a short pitch first so that we can give you early feedback, but we need to see a full draft before officially accepting a piece — even if we’ve asked you to write it, and even if you’ve written for us before. (If you don’t have a relationship with an HBR editor, you can send your pitch through提交.)



  1. 本文的中心思想是什么职业吗pose to write?
  2. What is important, useful, new, or counterintuitive about your idea?
  3. Why do managers need to know about it? How can your idea be applied today?
  4. What is the source of your authority? On what previous work (either your own or others’) does this idea build?
  5. What academic, professional, or personal experience will you draw on?



Maureen Hooch.