The Havard Business Review
Formerly a collection of deadly dull academic papers. But no more. Since being overhauled a year or two ago, it's a valuable collection of thoughtful and well-written white papers. And interestingly, the each issues I've seen so far has had articles touching on user experience (even if they're not labeled as such). But more importantly, HBR offers a good way to keep up on current trends in business thinking (helpful if you've got to sell UX to managers or clients), as well as a good way to learn more about management skills and general business skills. No it's not cheap, but it's definitely worthwhile. ::

Reviewed June 5, 2001

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