Harvard Business Review is a general management magazine published since 1922 by Harvard Business School Publishing, owned by the Harvard Business School.A monthly research-based magazine written for business practitioners, it claims a high ranking business readership and enjoys the reverence of academics, executives, and management consultants. It has been the frequent publishing home for well known scholars and management thinkers, among them Clayton M. Christensen, Peter F. Drucker, Michael E. Porter, Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Gary Hamel, C.K. Prahalad, Robert S. Kaplan, and others. Management and business concepts and terms such as "Balanced scorecard," "Core competence," "Strategic intent," "Reengineering," "Globalization," "Marketing myopia," and "Glass ceiling" were first given prominence in HBR's pages. Its worldwide English-language circulation is 240,000, and there are 11 licensed editions of the magazine, including two Chinese-language editions, a German edition, a Brazilian (Portuguese-language) edition, and an English-language South Asia edition. The magazine is editorially independent of Harvard Business School. It is not peer reviewed. The Editor and Managing Director of Harvard Business Review is Thomas A. Stewart. Under Stewart's leadership the Review has worked to use strategic partnerships to expand its reach. Harvard Business Review brings to life the insights and best practices of business thinkers and leaders from around the world. Every month, HBR delivers ideas powerful enough to change not only what people think, but also what they do.