Harvard Business Review Short Cuts Available On Kindle

by Greg on January 26, 2010

You will now be able to receive Harvard Business Review (HBR) “Short Cuts” on your Kindle. This is a service that is exclusive to Kindle owners (for three months) and lets you purchase individual chapters and summaries from the Harvard Business Review. Short Cuts are individual chapters and summaries from the HBR that are broken down by the time it would take to read the material. For example, 10 minute read or 30 minute read.

Here’s what Amazon has to say:

“There will be a total of 117 chapters available from 10 different Harvard Business Review Press books, including those from leading thinkers in the fields of strategy, leadership, innovation and management. Available books include “Leading Change,” by John P. Kotter, “The Innovator’s Dilemma,” by Clayton Christensen and “The Future of Management,” by Gary Hamel, with chapters categorized by the time it takes to read them. This is the first time these chapters have been available for sale individually, and they will be exclusive to the Kindle Store for three months.”

This seems to be a pretty good deal if you’re a business person and also a Kindle owner. If you have purchased any of these HBR short cuts, please let us know what you think of them.

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