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Tyra Banks Is Teaching A Stanford Business School Class Next Summer

…How does Professor Banks sound? Well, after enrolling in a nine-week business program at Harvard in 2011 and earning a certificate for completing their Executive Education Training Program, the multi-hyphenate is moving onto teaching. Banks recently announced that she will

Women in Business Q&A: Jaunique Sealey, CEO, Cosmedicine

Jaunique Sealey continues to build a distinct reputation when it comes to her career. A graduate of Harvard Law and Duke University School of Engineering, having held prominent positions in the music industry with a specialty in technology,...Show More Summary

Negotiating with a Liar

Leslie John, Harvard Business School professor, explains why you shouldn’t waste time trying to detect your counterpart’s lies; instead, use tactics drawn from psychology to get them to divulge the truth. She’s the author of the HBR article “How to Negotiate with a Liar.”

How to Tell When a Presidential Candidate Is Lying

Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, describes which body language cues can expose someone's dishonesty.

14 of the most successful Harvard Law School alumni of all time

Harvard Law School consistently ranks as one of the best in the country, recently landing the No. 3 spot on Business Insider's list of the 50 best law schools in America. It's no surprise then that the institution's alumni comprise some...Show More Summary

A Harvard Social Psychologist Explains What Makes Monica Lewinsky a Powerful Public Speaker

Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, explains why the key to public speaking is knowing your core values and finding your voice.

The Zappos Holacracy Experiment

Ethan Bernstein, Harvard Business School professor, and John Bunch, holacracy implementation lead at Zappos, discuss the online retailer’s transition to a flat, self-managed organization. They are the coauthors of the HBR article “Beyond the Holacracy Hype.”

How we ranked the 50 best law schools in America

Business Insider recently released its ranking of the top 50 law schools in America, with some surprisingly results: Yale and Harvard were dethroned as the de facto No. 1 and No. 2 schools, falling instead to No. 10 and No. 3, respectively. Show More Summary

Consumers have a troubling internet habit that's threatening digital media

Digital media has an attention problem. New research from Andre Boik at UC Davis, Shane Greenstein at Harvard Business School, and Jeffrey Prince at Indiana University — about the internet usage of households and how much attention online...Show More Summary

The Limit Does Not Exist: Eugene Chung and the VR Vanguard

Episode 8 of The Limit Does Not Exist is a favorite -- not only do we interview my friend and Harvard Business School classmate Eugene Chung, founder and CEO of Penrose Studios, but we also learnwhy mixed reality is the perfect place for human Venn diagrams, how to merge storytelling, [...]

Pro tips for getting into a great MBA program from a consultant who charges thousands of dollars for advice

It’s less than two months to go until the round one deadline at the country’s top MBA program. Harvard Business School (HBS) has the earliest application deadline with Round One applications for Fall 2017 entry due on September 7. Business...Show More Summary

CODING IS THE NEW BUSINESS LITERACY

By Andrea Coravos, Harvard Business School Class of 2017 & Harbus Contributing Writer Dispelling the myth that "business leaders don't need to be technical" It's easy to imagine a future where nearly all CEOs are technologically literate. As...Show More Summary

Shareholder Activism on Sustainability Issues is Surging

Concerns over environmental and social sustainability challenges are the the fastest growing cause behind today's shareholder proposals, suggests a Harvard Business School study.

Tyra Banks, Certified Businesswoman, Will Host a Business Competition Show 

Variety reports that Tyra Banks, former Top Model host and proud owner of one very exaggerated certificate from Harvard Business School, will star as a “mentor” to would-be entrepreneurs on Funded, NBC’s answer to Shark Tank. Hopefully this time nobody ends up addicted to meth or murdered in a triple-homicide! Read more...

Would-be MBA students are paying consultants up to $10,000 to get into their dream schools

It’s less than two months to go until the round one deadline at the country’s top MBA program. Harvard Business School (HBS) has the earliest application deadline with Round One applications for Fall 2017 entry due on September 7. This...Show More Summary

If You Don’t Choose Your Work Habits, Your Habits Will Choose You

The Nature of Our Business When Harvard Business School professor Leslie Perlow began her multi-year study of consultants at the high-pressure Boston Consulting Group (BCG), she was quick to identify a defining behavior of her subjects: they were always connected. The pressure for them to check their email at all waking hours was intense — […]

Goldman Sachs board member slams Elon Musk's handling of its autopilot controversy (GS, TSLA)

Harvard Business School professor and Goldman Sachs board member Bill George is not a fan of Tesla's disclosure practices.  In a tweet sent out Thursday morning, George disagreed with Tesla CEO Elon Musk's contention that disclosingShow More Summary

Expert Tips To Make Meetings Faster And More Focused

Meetings can be a huge time suck, so we turned to the pros for their advice on how to make them more productive. If you think you have a lot of meetings today, you're in good company. One Harvard Business School professor estimates that there will be 11 million meetings taking place today in the United States. Show More Summary

A Harvard Social Psychologist Explains the Key to Mastering Public Speaking

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Amy Cuddy, professor at Harvard Business School and author of Presence, explains why great public speakers like Susan Cain create a sense of intimacy -- not intimidation -- with their audience.

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