Edward C. Bursk papers
- Bursk, Edward C., 1907-1990 (Person)
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Extent1 linear feet (3 boxes)
Bursk edited several volumes on business drawn from articles previously published in HBR, authored several books including Getting Things Done, and served as moderator of the innovative eight-part program “Marketing on the Move,” a weekly television program co-sponsored by Harvard and WGBH featuring business leaders and HBS faculty. Most notably he oversaw the growth of the Harvard Business Review's circulation from 2,000 to over 100,000. In addition to his teaching and editorial responsibilities, Bursk also served on numerous business councils and boards, and founded the International Marketing Institute of which he became the Education Director. Bursk died in 1990.
By: Brigid Black
- Bursk, Edward C., 1907 - 1990. Papers, 1942-1974: A Finding Aid
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