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
In her new book from Harvard Business Review Press, No One Understands You and What to Do About It, Heidi Grant Halvorson, a social psychologist and associate director of Columbia Business School’s Motivation Science Center, offers a...Show More Summary
(This post is a summary of an independent project completed at Harvard Business School. Click here for the complete paper. The Burberry example is purely hypothetical.) Apple's iBeacon, a location positioning system based on Bluetooth low energy technology, made the use of consumers' location in companies' marketing activities more prevalent. Show More Summary
In January, a group of five female students at Harvard Business School launched Lil' She & Lil' Me -- a movement to inspire young children by sharing the stories of real life female role models. "We often talked about the impact of role...Show More Summary
Harvard teaches leadership but if you want to learn what works best in running a startup, use six principles from this alumna
Here's a very simple strategy for boosting your feelings of self-esteem. Research led by Amy Cuddy, social psychologist and associate professor at Harvard Business School, found that just a couple of minutes standing in a Power Pose,...Show More Summary
This is the text of a speech delivered April 16 at Crossroads 2015, an annual meeting of the Harvard Business School Club of the GCC. The topic of today's conference is "disruptive innovation." In other words, the types of innovation...Show More Summary
It’s not often that the Harvard Business Review shares papal wisdom for the benefit of its readers. But the Harvard Business Review just did. Gary Hamel, who my Benedictine College School of Business friend tells me is a big name in management advice, yesterday posted there the online piece “The 15 Diseases of Leadership, According [...]
If there's one thing most Americans agree on, it's that our national infrastructure blows. But we never do anything about it. Why not? Who's to blame? And how can we finally fix it? Harvard Business School professor Rosabeth Moss Kanter has written a new book about this. Show More Summary
David Skok sees his mission at The Boston Globe as helping to define the organization’s RPP — “resources, priorities and processes,” in the words of Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen. “Clay’s theory would argue that that’s what forms the culture,” Skok says. Show More Summary
The secret to power lies in a powerful pose. That's according to a famous 2010 Harvard Business School study that found expansive postures -- for example, sitting back in a chair with your feet up and your elbows stretched out behind...Show More Summary
Lessons in virtual collaboration.
Editor’s note: We recently published original research on the startup activity of Harvard Business School classes between 2008 and 2014. NextView’s David Beisel and Dimitri Dadimov recently sat down with Michelle Tandler (HBS, Trinity Ventures) on her podcast to analyze this data further. Show More Summary