Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, explains what she learned from delivering one of the most popular TED Talks of all time.
One afternoon in the spring of 2008, two graduate students, Michael Faye and Rohit Wanchoo, met with a Harvard Business School professor in an office in Cambridge. They had a simple idea for a charity: Instead of giving poor people food...Show More Summary
by Angela Guess The Kogod School of Business at American University recently put together an infographic comparing careers in business analytics with careers in Data Science. Phil Simon writes, “Not too long ago, The Harvard Business...Show More Summary
Amy Cuddy, an associate professor at Harvard Business School and a renowned TED speaker, recently gave a talk at the Women Presidents' Organization Conference 2016 on the topic of nonverbal power dynamics, also known (outside of academic circles) as body language. Show More Summary
Harvard University’s business school was evacuated on Wednesday after a bomb threat was issued. Spokespeople from Harvard University took to Twitter in order to keep students in the loop about the bomb threat. The first tweet was issued at 10:16 am. Show More Summary
MatchMiner, an open computational platform developed at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute for matching patient-specific genomic profiles to precision cancer medicine clinical trials, has been named the winner of the Precision Trials Challenge at Harvard Business School.
Airbnb Slapped With Racial Discrimination Lawsuit By Black Renter We reported a month about a new study from Harvard Business School showing that home renting site Airbnb hosts are more likely to book reservations with users who have “distinctly white”
Police are evacuating a number of buildings of the business school of Harvard University located in the city of Boston in the US state of Massachusetts after having received a bomb threat, the educational institution said in a statement.
Bob Moesta is one of the principal architects of the Jobs-to-be-Done framework for innovation. Working alongside Harvard Business School professor Clay Christensen, Dr. Genichi Taguchi, and other scholars, he and his colleagues at The...Show More Summary
“Cold calling” is a tradition at Harvard Business School, but it’s also a source of stress for students. The exact method varies, but it involves a professor randomly calling on a student and saying something to the effect of, “Okay, explain this case.” Everyone is watching. Show More Summary
William Doyle is leaving Pershing Square, according to reports. Doyle, who attended Harvard Business School with Pershing founder Bill Ackman, played a key role in Pershing's investment in Valeant. More to follow Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: How one simple mistake cost 'Real Housewives' superstar Bethenny Frankel millions
Ride-hailing giant Uber is no stranger to controversy (just ask any licensed taxi driver) but now it is enduring a couple of new headaches courtesy of Harvard Business School – one in the form of an article blasting its new tipping confusion,...Show More Summary
Airbnb Plans To Address Racist Home Owners A new study from Harvard Business School shows that home renting site Airbnb hosts are more likely to book reservations with users who have “distinctly white” names but according to NPR reports, the
By Kevin Sharer, Harvard Business School Professor & Harbus Contributing Writer Bill floated on air as he headed out of his office, toward the bar down the street. His annual review had exceeded his highest hopes. He knew he was good,...Show More Summary
It's one of those questions that seems pulled from a final exam at the Harvard Business School but if you're a homeowner caught in the foreclosure wringer it's something worth thinking about. Now, if you're seeking an answer about the...Show More Summary
Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, describes how to talk slowly and use pauses to get peoples' attention.
Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, describes how women are taught at a young age to use body language that makes them feel powerless.
Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, explains why 'scripting' your body language can make you look robotic and fake.
We didn’t all go to Wharton or Harvard Business School. Sometimes the entrepreneurial bug bites long after your collegiate days have passed. But just because you didn’t get a business degree from some super-prestigious, ultra-expensive...Show More Summary
I was at SXSW a few weeks back and attended a barbecue event for Harvard Business School alumni. I'm a pretend HBS alumn, having attended several of their amazing executive programs over the years. But I get the same alumni perks. And...Show More Summary