25 Best-Selling Harvard Business Review articles of all time

 

 

I got this list of best-selling HBR articles through our library. I am planning read (and in some cases re-read) the articles and post a summary. Hope it is useful to y’all.

 

1

The Parable of the Sadhu by Bowen McCoy, May/Jun 1997 (originally published 1983)

2

What Is Strategy by Michael Porter, Nov/Dec 1996

3

Discipline of Building Character by Joseph Badaracco, Mar/Apr 1998

4

Hidden Challenge of Cross-Border Negotiations by James Sebenius, Mar 2002

5

Leading Change: Why Transformation Efforts Fail by John Kotter, Jan 2007 (originally published Mar/Apr 1995)

6

The Five Competitive Forces That Shape Strategy by Michael Porter, Jan 2008

7

What Makes a Leader by Daniel Goleman, Jan 2004 (originally published Nov/Dec 1998)

8

What Leaders Really Do by John Kotter, Dec 2001 (originally published May/Jun 1990 )

9

Harnessing the Science of Persuasion by Robert Cialdini, Oct 2001

10

Leadership That Gets Results by Daniel Goleman, Mar/Apr 2000

11

The CEO’s Role in Business Model Reinvention by Vijay Govindarajan and Chris Trimble, Jan/Feb 2011

12

Creating Shared Value by Michael Porter and Mark Kramer, Jan/Feb 2011

13

Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker, Jan 2005 (originally published Mar/Apr 1999)

14

Discovering Your Authentic Leadership by Bill George, Peter Sims, Andrew McLean, and Diana Mayer, Feb 2007

15

Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne, Oct 2004

16

Level 5 Leadership: The Triumph of Humility and Fierce Resolve by Jim Collins, Jul 2005 (originally published Jan 2001 )

17

Can You Say What Your Strategy Is? by David Collis and Michael Rukstad, Apr 2008

18

Discipline of Teams by Jon Katzenbach and Douglas Smith, Jul/Aug 2005 (originally published Mar/Apr 1993)

19

Managing Your Boss by John Gabarro and John Kotter, Jan 2005 (originally published Jan/Feb 1980)

20

Building Your Company’s Vision by James Collins and Jerry Porras, Sep/Oct 1996

21

Hidden Traps in Decision Making by John Hammond, Ralph Keeney, and Howard Raiffa, Jan 2006 (originally published Sep/Oct 1998)

22

Strategy & Society: The Link Between Competitive Advantage and Corporate Social Responsibility by Michael Porter and Mark Kramer, Dec 2006

23

Management Time: Who’s Got the Monkey by William Oncken and Donald Wass, Nov/Dec 1999 (originally published Nov/Dec 1974

24

Why Should Anyone Be Led by You? by Robert Goffee and Gareth Jones, Sep/Oct 2000

25

Marketing Myopia by Theodore Levitt, Jul/Aug 2004 (originally published Jul/Aug 1960)

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