The Harvard Business Review isn't quite what you think it is

Many professionals confuse the Harvard Business Review with a research journal

It isn't

Universities measure a journal's influence and importance using a measure called an Impact Factor

The journal Nature has an Impact Factor of 40.137

The Harvard Business Review has an Impact Factor of 0.72

This is largely because The Harvard Business Review publishes opinion pieces and the arguments of consultants and little proper research. University researchers consider it to be a magazine not a research journal.

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