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This year marks the 100th anniversary of the first issue of Harvard Business Review

  • Few magazines last so long, and we’re proud of our longevity. But like most big birthdays, this one also provides an opportunity to reflect on how we’ve changed.
  • These innovation efforts are an example of how we’re adapting to digital disruption—not coincidentally the theme of this issue’s Spotlight package. There you’ll find the results of research on which industries are most susceptible to disruption (fewer than you think), how companies can turn their legacy status into an advantage, and how leaders can persuade colleagues to change before disruption becomes unstoppable.

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Adi Ignatius 

Adi Ignatius (born in Burbank, California) is editor-in-chief of Harvard Business Review. He joined the magazine in January 2009.

Previously, he was deputy managing editor for Time, where he was responsible for many of its special editions, including the Person of the Year and Time 100 franchises. Previously, Ignatius served as Time's executive editor starting in 2002, responsible for the magazine's business and international coverage. He wrote frequently for the magazine, including cover stories on Google and the 2007 Person of the Year profile of Russian leader Vladimir Putin. Ignatius joined Time as Deputy Editor of Time Asia in 1996, based in Hong Kong, and was named Editor of that edition in 2000.

Prior to joining Time, Ignatius worked for many years at the Wall Street Journal, serving as the newspaper's bureau chief in Beijing and later in Moscow. He later served as managing editor of the Central European Economic Review and business editor of the Far Eastern Economic Review, publications owned by Dow Jones.

Ignatius was awarded a Zuckerman Fellowship at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) in 1990. He received a bachelor's degree in history in 1981 from Haverford College in Pennsylvania. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and the Asia Society and sits on the advisory board of the journalism school at SUNY.

His father, Paul Ignatius, served as United States Secretary of the Navy from 1967 to 1969. His brother, David Ignatius, is an editor and columnist for The Washington Post.

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  • In the decade since I wrote in our 90th anniversary issue, we’ve launched new podcasts, online video series, and email newsletters; redesigned our magazine and website several times, and unveiled monthly and premium subscription plans—a stream of innovations that have helped us attract close to 350,000 subscribers.

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  • We’ll be celebrating our centennial later in the year in the magazine, on our podcasts, with articles on HBR.org, and at an event next fall. As we mark this milestone, we’re grateful to our subscribers, whose loyalty to the magazine and our product innovations allows us to continue finding ways to help organizations operate more efficiently, more ethically, and more humanely.

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