Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, faculty members at the MIT Sloan School of Management, have a fascinating interview in this month's Harvard Business Review where they admit the upbeat message of their last book, The Second Machine Age, largely ignored the downside of stagnation of the incomes of working families. Show More Summary
How Harvard Business School blew one first year's mind; SnapChat's plan to turn itself into a real business; Greece; Libor trial; "Marijuana-Infused Smoked Salmon Is The Future Of Breakfast"; and more.
As part of the Catholic Speakers Series at the Harvard Business School, Peter Lynch, legendary American businessman and investor, shared his insights, in a conversation moderated by Clarisse Siu, President of the HBS Catholic Student Association, on faith, life and markets. "Management is getting things done through others," he said. Show More Summary
Singapore consistently ranks as one of the world’s most innovative nations. The World Bank calls Singapore the easiest place in the world to do business. Singapore has even been the subject of a Harvard Business School innovation case study by strategy guru Michael Porter. Show More Summary
A current student explains the most mind-blowing insights she learned her first year at HBS.
1. What should you study to stay ahead of the computers? That is by Robert Shiller. 2. And economists offer advice to today’s graduates. 3. Ellen Chisa on what she learned from Harvard Business School. 4. Is the mainstream surf industry headed for doom? 5. Leo Kottke Up Tempo. 6. Interview with Claudia Goldin.
I've never had the desire to go to business school or get an MBA, but I found this post by Ellen Chisa about what she learned during her first year at Harvard Business School fascinating. It almost nearly sort of makes me want to think...Show More Summary
When Secretary of Veteran Affairs Bob McDonald visited the Harvard Business School last month, we had a chance to talk to him, following his lecture and introduction by host and Ernest L. Arbuckle Professor of Business Administration...Show More Summary
Debate in the mommy wars usually focuses on what kids lose out on if their mother works. But a major new study out of the Harvard Business School flips the question to ask what they gain. It turns out, quite a bit, according to the study. Some key takeaways: Daughters...
As both a professor at Harvard Business School and a Mad Men obsessive, I’ve been considering the final episodes of the series from what is surely an unusual perspective. Specifically, as Don flamed out at McCann, I couldn’t help but think that the company faces a classic managerial dilemma. Show More Summary
Mihir Desai is the Mizuho Financial Group Professor of Finance at Harvard Business School and a Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. An authority on tax policy, international finance, and corporate taxation, Professor Desai has on multiple occasions testified before the U.S. Show More Summary
Here's how one family cracked the nut on sourcing and exporting shea butter. Two months ago, Naa-Sakle Akuete, a Harvard Business School graduate and Wall Street analyst, launched a body cream product line Eu'Genia Shea, named after her mother. Show More Summary
With a new baby and buzzing career, Blake Lively has a lot going on. But Blake's responsibilities of motherhood and career aren’t slowing her down or deferring future goals. The 27-year-old actress recently shared with Britain’s Stylist...Show More Summary
She doesn't need to go to b-school (her sense of business is "innate"), but it's on her to do list nevertheless.
Ready for a Blake Lively business update? She’s not just an actress, wife, and mother. The Age of Adaline star became an entrepreneur with her Preserve website, and she’s looking to hone her business skills. RELATED: Blake Lively is still adjusting to her post-pregnancy body. Show More Summary
You know, for someone who's wildly successful and married to one of the hottest guys on this planet, you would think that getting a degree would be out of the question for Blake Lively! It's not like she needs it for a job — she has everything anyone could ever want! [ Photos: What Celebs Studied In [...]
Blake Lively has a new goal in her life, going to Harvard to get her business degree! “I have a dream to go to Harvard Business School, and one of these days I will do that … in my spare time!” the 27-year-old actress shared to Britain’s Stylist magazine. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics [...]
Two graduates of the esteemed Harvard School of Business have divergent views on leadership principles.
Blake Lively, mom, actress and businesswoman says she dreams of going to Harvard Business School.… READ ON
Blake Lively is a Hollywood star and fashion industry darling with a new e-commerce business, and some day she might add "Harvard graduate" to her resume. In a new interview with the U.K.'s Stylist, the 27-year-old actress divulged her...Show More Summary