Clayton Christensen, professor at Harvard Business School, builds upon the theory of disruptive innovation for which he is well-known. He speaks about his new book examining how successful companies know how to grow.
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Harvard Business School trains a lens on Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson’s success in front of the camera, as well as his rapidly growing media empire.
Getting a degree in business, management, or finance can springboard you into a lucrative career in banking, finance, or the hedge fund industry. This week, the Financial Times released its final 2016 ranking of the best business schools...Show More Summary
Researchers at Portsmouth Business School in the United Kingdom conducted a review of recent academic studies on project management to answer the question: “what components exist across the board in the worldwide practice of 21st century Project Management and what...
Professor Bharat Anand teaches digital strategy at Harvard Business School, yet when he came to co-developing the HBS digital education business (HBX) he fell headlong into the very trap he tells leaders to avoid. That is to say, the content trap. In The Content Trap (Random House, 2016) Anand shows how [...]
The Harvard Art Museums have received a $1 million gift from Harvard Business School alumnus Ken Hakuta (M.B.A. ?77) to establish the Hakuta Family Endowment Fund, enabling the creation of the Nam June Paik Fellowship at the Harvard Art Museums. Show More Summary
Business schools (B-Schools) will be dragged into the 21st Century – kicking and screaming. The Internet will increase the capacity of the B-Schools and allow them to sell globally. This means that sheltered markets will open – and many B-Schools will fail. But new markets are also opening. Here are [...]
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Harvard Business School Professor Bharat Anand explains the three versions of the content trap and how to overcome them.
Top business schools are putting artificial intelligence into case studies and course work, arguing executives will need to understand how to harness AI.
Boston Globe reporter Matt Viser might have placed his career in jeopardy on Saturday. How? By writing an amazingly upbeat article on the background of Steve Bannon, primarily about his time as a student at Harvard Business School. You...Show More Summary
Bharat Anand, author of The Content Trap and professor at Harvard Business School, talks about the strategic challenges facing digital businesses, and explains how he wrestled with them himself when designing HBX, the school’s online learning platform.
After Donald Trump's stunning victory two weeks ago, one of Gautam Mukunda's friends posted to his Facebook page, asking if he had a time machine. Back in 2012, Mukunda, an assistant professor at Harvard Business School who studies political leadership, published a book that examined the career patterns and performance of American presidents. Its first chapter reads like […]
In an increasingly globalised world, how do you get an education that’s simultaneously international and personal? For many students, the answer is EU Business School.
By Robert Carpenter, Harvard Business School, Class of '18 & Harbus Contributing Writer A pickup truck rolled through Harvard Square on the morning of Wednesday, Nov. 9. A man in the truck bed waved a "Make America Great Again!" banner...Show More Summary
650 current students and graduates wrote an open letter to the New York Times.
Former NBA Commissioner David Stern spoke on a panel at Columbia Business School on Friday, and the 74-year-old voiced his opinion on ethics and cheating in corporate settings, specifically as those issues relate to sports. One of the...Show More Summary
For28years, Bloomberg has ranked the best graduate business schools in the country.