Julia Kirby

Julia Kirby

Senior Editor en Harvard Business Review

Julia Kirby is senior editor of Harvard Business Review, where he developed articles on a wide variety of business topics. The recently published articles are "Creativity Under the Gun" by Teresa Amabile, "Having your items Call My objects" for Glover Ferguson, "September 11, 2001: story of a CEO" Jeffrey W. Greenberg, and "Executive Women and the myth of having it all" by Sylvia Ann Hewlett.
Julia also manages the Case Study section of the magazine, in which the expert commentators are asked to provide advice on management issues fiction.
Prior to joining the magazine in 2000, Julia participated in management teams two research consultancy based in Cambridge.
She spent six years at Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Center for Business Innovation, and has helped develop several articles and books, including "Blur: The Speed ​​of Change in the Connected Economy" (1998) by Stan Davis and Christopher Meyer. Also he launched and edited "Perspectives on Business Innovation" magazine Center of management theory and practice. While in the Accenture Institute for Strategic Change, he contributed to books "Mission Critical: Realizing the Promise of Enterprise Systems" (2000) by Thomas Davenport and The Attention Economy: Understanding the New Currency of Business (2001) by Thomas Davenport and John Beck. Earlier in his career, Julia was a director of the management consulting division of Computer Sciences Corporation.

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