In a recent interview with Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business School’s Mihir Desai and Bill George gave some great insight on inversions, who really pays the corporate tax, profit shifting, and corporate tax reform. Below areShow More Summary
Bill George and Mihir Desai, professors at Harvard Business School, explain why our corporate tax code is driving American business overseas.
We recently polled 10,000 readers on the World's Best Business Schools, and for the second year in a row, they came back with a clear favorite: Harvard University. But depending on who you ask, you might get a different answer. We asked participants to rate the reputation of the graduates from top business schools around the world. Show More Summary
We recently released our fifth annual list of the World's Best Business Schools. For this list, nearly 10,000 readers rated the reputation of the graduates from top business schools around the world. We included responses only from professionals who said they had experience hiring MBAs at least half the time. Show More Summary
On his 30th birthday, Harvard Business School dropout and serial entrepreneur Ryan Allis released a 1,284-slide PowerPoint titled, "Lessons From My 20s," and it's all you can imagine and more. Writes Valleywag's Nitasha Tiku : "It'sShow More Summary
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Global Response. All opinions are 100% mine. There is no doubt that consumer buying habits are influenced by social media. Way back in 2011, Harvard Business School conducted a study which found that online customer reviews definitely lend a boost to business. Show More Summary
Clutter is taking a toll on both morale and productivity. Teresa Amabile of Harvard Business School studied the daily routines of more than 230 people who work on projects that require creativity. As might have been expected, she found that their ability to think creatively fell markedly if their working days were punctuated with meetings. Show More Summary
Money Magazine ranks a business school as the best bang for your buck. Photo of the Babson Globe by Flickr user Curious Expeditions. Money Magazine has released its list of the best colleges, and yes, the Ivies and little Ivies are there, but not at the very top. Show More Summary
Linda Hill, Harvard Business School professor, and Claudio Fernández-Aráoz, senior adviser at Egon Zehnder, on the talent strategies that set up a company for long-term success.
Where do Harvard Business School graduates move after completing their MBAs? The simple answer: San Francisco and New York. According to a new interactive map that shows exactly how the class of 2014 dispersed in the U.S., about half of the graduates flocked to one of these two areas. Show More Summary
Harvard University, along with its law and business schools, topped Crain's list of 50 most-connected schools. Some 30% of the 200 most-connected business people in New York attended a Harvard... To view the full story, click the title link.
Hannah Riley Bowles, a professor at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, has extensively studied gender in the workplace. In a recent article in the Harvard Business Review, she laid out the current state of research into differences between how men and women negotiate over salary, and how they are treated when... More »
The New Yorker's Jill Lepore caused a stir in the entrepreneurial community earlier this week when her article, "The Disruption Machine," was published. It's a lengthy takedown of Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen's...Show More Summary
"Without Integrity, Nothing Works" is the title of a short provocative valuable article by, authors Michael Jensen, Harvard Business School professor emeritus and his partner, co-leader and co-author, Werner Erhard. SSRN. As a high performance...Show More Summary
1. Venezuelan markets in everything. 2. The choices Harvard Business School made for on-line education. 3. Scott Sumner on the quest for the free lunch. 4. How Delaware nudged students into going to college. And nudging commuters to avoid peak times. 5. The emerging science of computational anthropology. 6. Some cost reasons why workers stop […]
A Harvard professor has found older dating app users rely far more on messaging than algorithms. This article contains an interview with Misiek Piskorski of Harvard Business School. Read Full Story
W ith even Harvard Business School now test-driving online education with the launch of HBX, will anyone bother physically going to college anymore? Consultant Lisa Gersh, who is cofounder of Oxygen Media and more recently CEO and president of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, weighed in on Bloomberg Television. Show More Summary
We've all heard that money can't buy happiness. It may interest you to know that Michael Norton of the Harvard Business School says "If you think money can't buy happiness, you're not spending it right." http://www.ted.com/talks/michael_norton_how_to_buy_happiness His study found that what generates happiness is spending it on others. Show More Summary
Purpose is not what a group does. It's why they do it. In her new book, Harvard Business School professor Linda Hill explains how your company can become purpose-driven--and why it matters.
Swizz Beatz sits down with The Breakfast Club to talk about going to Harvard Business School, his studio, Alicia Keys, DMX and The Lox making comebacks, Meek Mill’s success and more. Previously: Swizz Beatz & A$AP Rocky’s Monster DNA Ad (Video)