Unfortunately, Harvard Business School Publishing (HBSP) does not allow libraries to provide articles from Harvard Business Review (or their links) on e-Reserve. Faculty must go through HBSP and create a coursepack.
Here’s some information from HBSP:
The HBP educators site (https://hbsp.harvard.edu/home/) will allow faculty to plan and organize HBP materials by course, with several delivery options, one of which is electronic course pack distribution. Please visit the following url to learn more about creating course packs, https://hbpacademichelpcenter.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360001207328-Creating-Building-a-Coursepack
Please note the 'Create a Course' option only appears on the site after the professor has both registered and approved as an authorized faculty on our site (usually within two business days). An authorized faculty can also assign an assistant to administer his/her course. In this delivery option, the students would individually pay with a Visa, Amex, or MasterCard or we can bill a single payer.
End of information from HBP.
If students want to search for HBR articles on topics they are researching, then they can do so through the database Business Source Complete. Instruction on how to do this can be found at https://libraryhelp.du.edu/faq/110987