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Wednesday, February 8, 2012

HBR Advisory council 02-08


Mail dated 17th April 2012

HBR Advisory Council

Dear Shyamsunder,

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank you for joining the HBR Advisory Council. The Advisory Council is an important resource to us at HBR as we continually strive to improve our content to better meet your needs. Through our research program you’ll have the opportunity to provide feedback that will help us understand your perspective on important topics dealing with leadership and management today, in addition you’ll help shape the content we publish and the new products we develop.

Some answers to a few questions we have had from members:

Can I share my membership on an online profile?

If you'd like to include something about the Advisory Council on a social network profile such as LinkedIn, you may include something to this effect, that you are a "member of the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council, an opt-in research community of business professionals." It's important to note it this way so that it is clear that this is an opt-in group of professionals where the primary purpose is participation in market research.

What activities might I be doing as an Advisory Council Member?

We know your time is valuable so we will try not to bombard you with too many requests for help, and there may be times when we don’t have a specific project for you to do. Over the year you could be asked to take part in:

online studies on a specific subject/ new product we are developing

an online discussion forum with peers reacting to a new idea or topic

feedback/reviews of new content

telephone interviews on a key topic

advice on our magazine covers

You would not be asked to take part in every study but we will try to select projects where your expertise will be most valuable, based upon the registration information you’ve already provided. And, of course, it is always up to you if you choose to participate in any given project.

Help us with the next HBR magazine cover

While most of our surveys will go in depth into a topic, we have a very short two-question survey for you to take today to tell us what you think about a few cover options for the June issue of HBR. If you would like to advise us on the cover you think will be best please take part before 19th April 2012. We are sorry this is such a short timeframe however we only have a small amount time between design and print.

Thank you for your time and valuable feedback.

Sincerely,

Tina Silberman

Director of Research

Harvard Business Publishing




Welcome to the HBR Advisory Council‏ 12:52PM


Welcome Shyamsunder,

Thank you for joining the Harvard Business Review Advisory Council. As an Advisor, you will provide insight to shape the content we develop and enrich our understanding of your perspective on ideas from HBR and the wider world of management and leadership. As a thank you for your participation, you will be able to share in research findings, receive exclusive content from HBR and preview new content and products.

 If you haven’t already, please don’t forget to download your complimentary copy of “HBR’s 10 Must Reads on Leadership”.

 Thank you in advance for your time. I look forward to hearing from you in the months ahead.

 Sincerely,

Tina Silberman 
Director of Research Harvard Business Publishing 

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The invitation mail

Date: Wed, 8 Feb 2012 06:04:16 -0500
From: noreply@email.hbr.org
To: fouresspanchavati@hotmail.com
Subject: Join Harvard Business Review's Advisory Council

Harvard Business ReviewHaving trouble viewing this email? Click here to see it in a web browser.
Dear Reader,
We are pleased to invite you to join Harvard Business Review's Advisory Council, a panel of select readers who have opted to be informed of and participate in research studies from Harvard Business Review.
Through participation in our research you will have regular opportunities to provide feedback and share ideas with editors and product developers across the Harvard Business Review Group. By joining the Advisory Council, your insights will help shape the content we develop and enrich our understanding of your perspective on ideas from HBR and the wider world of management and leadership. In exchange for your participation, you will be able to share in research findings, receive exclusive content from HBR and preview new content and products.
To thank you for joining the Advisory Council, upon registration you will be able to download a complimentary copy of 10 Must-Read Articles on Leadership a special collection of 10 articles, part of HBR's Must Reads series.
We hope you'll take this opportunity to join the HBR Advisory Council.
To participate, simply follow this link:
Join the HBR Advisory Council
Best Regards,
Tina Silberman
Director of Research
Harvard Business Publishing
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