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Useful sites for managers – as recommended by Harvard Business School


A regular TrainingZone contributor has pointed out this site run by the Harvard University Business School. Called 'Ideas at Work', the site includes a huge archive of web sites and resources found to be of most use and relevance to creative managers. This extract is taken from the Introduction to the area, followed by the current list of topics with links:

"From the very beginning, Harvard Management Update has recognized the importance of the World Wide Web as a critical resource for managers. In our regular feature, “Web Sites for Managers,” Harvard Management Update editors recommend sites of particular value to managers seeking information on topics ranging from Benchmarking and Human Resources to Finance and Consulting.

As an added service to our on-line visitors, we have collected all of the Web sites featured in the newsletter and present them here in the “Web Sites for Managers Archives.” Sites are arranged by topic:-

Balanced Scorecard and Performance Measurement
Business Books
Business in Asia
Competitive Intelligence
Consulting Firms
Corporate Universities
Direct Marketing
E-Commerce Order Fulfillment
Emerging Markets
Employee Lawsuits
Enterprise Resource Planning
Human Resources Innovation
Knowledge Management
Logistics and Distribution
Managing Teams
New Workspace
Open-Book Management
Privacy Rights
Process Management
Production and Operations Management
Sales Management
Search Engines
Thinking Outside the Box
Work/Family Balance
Year 2000 Problem


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