'Harvard Business School Working Knowledge' Joins List of Leading Edge Contributors to BetterManagement.com

Apr 04, 2001, 01:00 ET from BetterManagement.com

    BEAVERTON, Ore., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- BetterManagement.com, the premier
 performance management Internet resource, today announced Harvard Business
 School Working Knowledge (HBS Working Knowledge) has joined its growing
 network of industry experts, business schools, academics, professional
 organizations and business authorities. HBS Working Knowledge, the interactive
 business portal from The Harvard Business School (HBS), will regularly
 contribute to BetterManagement.com content related to optimizing an
 enterprise's performance.
     "This new offering from HBS will give our members access to the
 intellectual capital of the Harvard Business School and leading edge industry
 experts worldwide," said Jeanette Slepian, President of BetterManagement.com.
 "HBS Working Knowledge brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the area
 of business and performance management and we are pleased to have them join
 the BetterManagement.com content network."
     HBS Working Knowledge offers the latest management information and
 business resources on-line at http://hbswk.hbs.edu .  The site features
 articles on diverse management topics, as well as interviews with Harvard
 Business School professors and industry leaders, news on conferences and
 seminars and reviews of business web sites and books.
     HBS Working Knowledge's first contribution to BetterManagement.com is a
 special report discussing disruptive technologies.  It reviews a cyberposium,
 featuring a panel of executives, titled "Uncovering Disruption:  Moving your
 company several steps ahead of the incumbents."
     In announcing the relationship with HBS, BetterManagement.com unveiled its
 redesigned web site, www.bettermanagement.com. The site, which has a more
 robust search engine and improved navigation, presents industry-leading
 concepts, case studies, white papers and software solutions for enabling
 better management.  With the new design members can more quickly search for
 business articles within specific industries.
     "With more than 100,000 mid-to-senior level management visitor/sessions
 per month, BetterManagement.com has been tremendously successful," Slepian
 said.  "The website redesign will take us through our next phase of growth as
 we continue to partner with the best of breed in leading thought providers.
 We will expand our services with e-learning, e-commerce, and more innovative
 content."  Since its inception in April of 2000, BetterManagement.com quickly
 established a content network of over 200 organizations, including leading
 edge business schools, professional organizations, consultants, and other
 industry experts. Key relationships include the American Management
 Association, Knowledge@Wharton, Meansbusiness, and the BetterManagement
 ThinkTank, an association of over 150 academics committed to improving
 business performance.
 
     About HBS Working Knowledge
     HBS Working Knowledge, located at http://hbswk.hbs.edu , provides
 cutting-edge management information that helps you stay at the forefront of
 today's fast-changing business environment. HBS Working Knowledge provides
 timely business information on 13 topic areas featuring writing on diverse
 management topics, interviews with Harvard Business School (HBS) professors
 and industry leaders, coverage of HBS campus speakers and conferences, book
 recommendations and Web site reviews. New features, book reviews, and Web site
 recommendations are added each week from September though May (biweekly June
 through August).
 
     About BetterManagement.com
     BetterManagement.com, a subsidiary of ABC Technologies, is the leading
 Performance Management Internet portal. This web-based community focuses on
 topics vital to better management through the effective use of analytical
 business information. Topics covered include performance scorecarding,
 profitability analysis, activity-based costing/management/planning, business
 intelligence, value-chain management, and more. Visitors will find
 cutting-edge papers, articles, case studies, free web seminars, video
 interviews and audio "Management Minutes" -- all culled from our network of
 over 200 industry experts, academics, professional organizations, and content
 partners. Further information is available at www.bettermanagement.com.
 
 

SOURCE BetterManagement.com
    BEAVERTON, Ore., April 4 /PRNewswire/ -- BetterManagement.com, the premier
 performance management Internet resource, today announced Harvard Business
 School Working Knowledge (HBS Working Knowledge) has joined its growing
 network of industry experts, business schools, academics, professional
 organizations and business authorities. HBS Working Knowledge, the interactive
 business portal from The Harvard Business School (HBS), will regularly
 contribute to BetterManagement.com content related to optimizing an
 enterprise's performance.
     "This new offering from HBS will give our members access to the
 intellectual capital of the Harvard Business School and leading edge industry
 experts worldwide," said Jeanette Slepian, President of BetterManagement.com.
 "HBS Working Knowledge brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the area
 of business and performance management and we are pleased to have them join
 the BetterManagement.com content network."
     HBS Working Knowledge offers the latest management information and
 business resources on-line at http://hbswk.hbs.edu .  The site features
 articles on diverse management topics, as well as interviews with Harvard
 Business School professors and industry leaders, news on conferences and
 seminars and reviews of business web sites and books.
     HBS Working Knowledge's first contribution to BetterManagement.com is a
 special report discussing disruptive technologies.  It reviews a cyberposium,
 featuring a panel of executives, titled "Uncovering Disruption:  Moving your
 company several steps ahead of the incumbents."
     In announcing the relationship with HBS, BetterManagement.com unveiled its
 redesigned web site, www.bettermanagement.com. The site, which has a more
 robust search engine and improved navigation, presents industry-leading
 concepts, case studies, white papers and software solutions for enabling
 better management.  With the new design members can more quickly search for
 business articles within specific industries.
     "With more than 100,000 mid-to-senior level management visitor/sessions
 per month, BetterManagement.com has been tremendously successful," Slepian
 said.  "The website redesign will take us through our next phase of growth as
 we continue to partner with the best of breed in leading thought providers.
 We will expand our services with e-learning, e-commerce, and more innovative
 content."  Since its inception in April of 2000, BetterManagement.com quickly
 established a content network of over 200 organizations, including leading
 edge business schools, professional organizations, consultants, and other
 industry experts. Key relationships include the American Management
 Association, Knowledge@Wharton, Meansbusiness, and the BetterManagement
 ThinkTank, an association of over 150 academics committed to improving
 business performance.
 
     About HBS Working Knowledge
     HBS Working Knowledge, located at http://hbswk.hbs.edu , provides
 cutting-edge management information that helps you stay at the forefront of
 today's fast-changing business environment. HBS Working Knowledge provides
 timely business information on 13 topic areas featuring writing on diverse
 management topics, interviews with Harvard Business School (HBS) professors
 and industry leaders, coverage of HBS campus speakers and conferences, book
 recommendations and Web site reviews. New features, book reviews, and Web site
 recommendations are added each week from September though May (biweekly June
 through August).
 
     About BetterManagement.com
     BetterManagement.com, a subsidiary of ABC Technologies, is the leading
 Performance Management Internet portal. This web-based community focuses on
 topics vital to better management through the effective use of analytical
 business information. Topics covered include performance scorecarding,
 profitability analysis, activity-based costing/management/planning, business
 intelligence, value-chain management, and more. Visitors will find
 cutting-edge papers, articles, case studies, free web seminars, video
 interviews and audio "Management Minutes" -- all culled from our network of
 over 200 industry experts, academics, professional organizations, and content
 partners. Further information is available at www.bettermanagement.com.
 
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