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Harvard Business School Executive
[November 1, 2022 – 07:24 am]
Harvard Business School Executive

You should identify a senior executive within your company to serve as your company sponsor. This individual should be named on your application. As your sponsor, he or she is involved in your learning and development, and will ensure that you are free from your official duties during the program. In addition, five programs require that your sponsor complete a Sponsoring Statement as part of the application process. These programs are the Advanced Management Program, the General Management Program, the Program for Leadership Development, and the High Potentials Leadership Program


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Harvard Business School Graduate programs
[October 27, 2022 – 11:26 am]
Harvard Business School Graduate programs

A two-year, full-time residential program with a focus on real-world practice—in the classroom using the case method, which puts students into the role of decision makers every day, and in the field with student teams developing new products or services for real global business partners and starting their own microbusinesses. Open enrollment and custom programs that focus on a range of timely topics, including leadership, strategy, finance, entrepreneurship, and innovation. Delivered on our Boston campus, in classrooms in Mumbai and Shanghai, and in other locations around the…


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Harvard Business School profile
[October 14, 2022 – 05:46 am]
Harvard Business School profile

Application Deadlines Round 1: September 7th, 2016 Round 2: January 4th, 2017 Round 3: April 3rd, 2017 When people think about the MBA degree, the very first school that springs to mind is Harvard Business School (HBS). HBS is synonymous with the degree and literally sets the pace for the industry. Everything it does instantly makes news–both good and bad. And Harvard’s new dean, Nitin Nohria, has immediately injected energy and enthusiasm in the school. Since assuming leadership of HBS on July 1, 2010, Nohria has racked up accomplishments that would have taken some B-school…

Harvard Business School podcast
[October 11, 2022 – 08:32 am]
Harvard Business School podcast

BOSTON—Harvard Business School (HBS) is pleased to announce the launch of a new online series, , which takes the School’s legendary case method and distills it into podcast form. Twice monthly, host and Chief Marketing and Communications Officer Brian Kenny invites an HBS professor to take listeners behind the scenes of a case he or she has written, probing what inspired the case, exploring how it relates to management practice, and delving into interesting anecdotes that come from researching the case and teaching it in the classroom. Co

Harvard Business School Conferences
[October 7, 2022 – 10:50 am]
Harvard Business School Conferences

On behalf of the Africa Business Club, a student club at Harvard Business School, we are honored to have you join us at the 19th Annual Africa Business Conference. We look forward to a weekend of sharing and gaining perspectives as we explore this year’s theme - “Partnering for Prosperity: Working Together for a Strong & Inclusive Africa.” In planning this conference, our objective has been to embrace holistic viewpoints as we examine the relationships between the stakeholders that, together, will unlock the potential of African economies. Our

Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration
[September 14, 2022 – 07:54 am]
Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration

A joint degree offered by the Department of Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and the Harvard Business School, the PhD in business economics combines economic analysis with the practical aspects of business. This degree is primarily intended to prepare students for careers in research and teaching in business administration and related fields of economics. Possible fields of specialization include corporate finance, organizations and markets, international business, business strategy and industrial organization, corporate governance, and business and government

Harvard Business School Contact
[September 14, 2022 – 07:54 am]
Harvard Business School Contact

Are you confident that your company is effectively handling potential customers’ online queries? Think hard. Our research shows that most companies are not responding nearly fast enough. Companies in financial services, automobiles, education, software, health care, professional services, and many other industries have increasingly turned to the internet to generate sales leads. Indeed, corporate spending on online advertising aimed at drumming up leads to potential customers soared from $12.5 billion in 2005 to $22.7

Harvard Business School programs
[August 16, 2022 – 12:33 pm]
Harvard Business School programs

Each year, Harvard Business School (HBS) Executive Education develops and delivers more than 50 custom programs for clients around the world, changing the future of more than 4, participating executives and their organizations. These powerful learning experiences help executives forge strong bonds across functions and borders, a shared vision and vocabulary, and an exceptional level of inspiration and momentum. Our custom programs help organizations build leaders who have the strategic skills and global vision to tackle complex issues—from change management to cross-border…

Harvard Business School Executive MBA
[August 8, 2022 – 09:41 am]
Harvard Business School Executive MBA

The curriculum is split into two different yet complementary learning experiences: The Required Curriculum (RC) forms the first year of study and establishes a common foundation in the fundamental practices of business including finance, marketing, leadership, negotiation, operations, strategy, and more. All students participate in the same set of classes within their section of 90 colleagues. In addition to acquiring specific analytical and quantitative skills, students become acclimated to MBA Program standards of communication and collaboration, and develop strong, lasting…

AMP Harvard Business School
[July 12, 2022 – 04:58 am]
AMP Harvard Business School

For years, executives viewed the multi-week management programs at business schools as miniature versions of the MBA. The long-time gold standard of these educational experiences has been Harvard Business School’s Advanced Management Program, the so-called AMP. Since its founding in 1945, more than 20, executives have graduated from the program. Many of those execs put the AMP on their resumes as if it’s an MBA degree. It’s that well known and that prestigious. The program used to last a full 11 weeks, but has since been collapsed into eight weeks at a cost of $64, —largely…

Tyra Banks Harvard Business School
[May 13, 2022 – 01:08 pm]
Tyra Banks Harvard Business School

Tyra Banks famously graduated from Harvard Business School earlier this year. But today she came under fire from critics who have taken issue with the fact that the qualification is not a ‘proper’ degree. The supermodel, 38, has never suggested that she has anything other than a ‘diploma’ from Harvard. However even the word diploma might be a stretch, as Ms Banks actually earned a ‘Certificate of Completion’ for her nine-week course in the university’s Owner/President Management non-degree extension program. While these

Harvard Business School case studies solutions
[November 22, 2021 – 10:16 am]
Harvard Business School case studies solutions

As much as 40 percent of food grown in the United States for human consumption is wasted. Source: Eivaisla After decades of wasteful food practices, where perfectly good food is discarded even as poverty keeps many families hungry, solutions are starting to come together from food retailers, farmers, academics, policy makers, and social service organizations. “We’re seeing a movement to rethink what we are doing as a food industry and as consumers, ” says José Alvarez, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School who was once CEO for Stop & Shop markets. “We’r

Harvard Business School, Boston, MA
[November 11, 2021 – 12:53 pm]
Harvard Business School, Boston, MA

BY CAR From Logan Airport: Follow signs for I-90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike/Ted Williams Tunnel). Take I-90 West to exit #20 for Brighton/Cambridge. See below. From west of Boston: Take I-90 East (Massachusetts Turnpike) to exit #18 for Allston/Cambridge. See below. From north and south of Boston: Take I-93 (North or South) to exit #20 for I-90 West (Massachusetts Turnpike). Take I-90 West to exit #20 for Brighton/Cambridge. See below. From I-90 (Massachusetts Turnpike) (see above for exit numbers): After the tollbooth, bear right toward Cambridge. Continue through the first…