The British Library’s Management & Business Portal

The British Library has recently been promoting their MBS portal from where you can delve into, and search, their business and management collections.

Registration is quick, and a fair proportion of the “high quality management research publications” are freely available to download.

A useful one-stop-shop, the portal contains a wide variety of formats, including video clips and interviews, working papers, articles, websites, books and reports as well as a blog providing additional comment from management gurus such as Mintzberg.

You can also submit your own publications so you can “preserve and disseminate your work for free”!

Key Features

  • Download research reports, summaries, briefings, working papers, conference papers and articles from key publishers. You must register to see most of the content.
  • Discover the British Library’s vast print and digital collections – in one powerful search
  • Receive alerts about new content that matches your subject interest(s)
  • Watch author interviews and other videos
  • Disseminate and preserve your work

The portal itself is helpfully designed, with features such as a list of key subject areas and “our picks” highlighting  notable content additions.

As well as running a search, you can also look at the Most Popular entries, Most Recent or A-Z by publisher.

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One Response to The British Library’s Management & Business Portal

  1. Brad Fallon says:

    This might be helpful. I have been trying to maximize my business with the help of many tools and this one might be worth a try. Thanks for this one.

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