Harvard Business Review
April 2010 — Present
--I edit IdeaWatch, the front of HBR's print magazine, which covers new and emerging management research. Duties include conceiving, assigning, and editing short articles and graphics.
--I edit the How I Did It CEO essay section in HBR's print magazine. Duties include interviewing CEOs and ghostwriting essays based on the interviews, then working to gain company approval for the piece. I also edit CEO essays ghostwritten by HBR colleagues.
--I edit HBR's annual ranking of Best Performing CEOs in the World. Duties include leading a small team of outside researchers, working to improve methodology and processes, and shaping the editorial package in print and online.
--I develop and edit feature articles for HBR. Some of the most popular features I've conceived and edited include "How to Give a Killer Presentation" (by TED's Chris Andersen), "How Netflix Reinvented HR" (by Netflix HR chief Patty McCord), and "Why the Lean Startup Changes Everything" (by Steve Blank)
--I serve as editorial consultant to Nitin Nohria, dean of Harvard Business School, working closely with him to develop essays for HBR and other outlets.
--I edit and sometimes write blog posts for HBR.org.