Eugene Soltes is a professor at Harvard Business School as well as the author of "Why They Do It," which focuses on white-collar crime. He spent seven years speaking with some of the biggest white-collar criminals in history including Bernie Madoff. Here he discusses what Madoff's life is like behind bars. Join the conversation about this story »
Each year, nearly 20 billion sanitary pads, tampons and applicators are dumped into North American landfills every year, and it takes centuries for them to biodegrade inside plastic bags, according to a 2016 Harvard Business School report. Show More Summary
April saw a debate about whether or not crowdfunding is transforming philanthropy, critiques of Harvard Business School, a report on the lack of philanthropy in the Deep South, a first-person account of the effects of founder’s syndrome, and tools to help more funders engage in advocacy. Add to that a new Supreme Court Justice, some new […]
The old adage is often true: We don’t quit jobs, we quit bosses. Besides hurting your mental well-being and productivity, working for a bad boss can severely impact your health. Researchers from Harvard Business School and Stanford University found that the stress bad bosses cause can be as damaging as secondhand smoke. Show More Summary
Donald Trump’s American Health Care Act has reappeared following its initial rejection last month, and Republicans are pushing for a vote (stat!). Michael Chernew, a professor of health care policy at Harvard Medical School, breaks down the revisions—and the broader health care debate we are now in...
Everyone involved with Harvard Business School believes that MBAs shouldn’t just be running businesses, they should be running everything else as well.
Duff McDonald’s “The Golden Passport” questions whether Harvard Business School is responsible for the global financial crash.
A new study by a pair of Harvard Business School researchers, focusing on Bay Area restaurants between 2008 and 2016, found that minimum wage hikes do indeed impact restaurants' ability to stay in business, but specifically they are more likely to impact restaurants with average or below average ratings on Yelp. [ more › ]
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE VIRTUE-SIGNALLING: Gentry Liberalism in San Francisco. Local minimum wage hikes cause restaurants to leave or shut down and deter new ones from entering, according to a new Harvard Business School study of the San Francisco Bay Area restaurant industry that contradicts the orthodox liberal view that steeply raising the cost of […]
A 'shocking' discovery was made when a pair of researchers at Harvard Business School decided to analyze the impact of higher minimum wages in San Francisco on restaurant failures...hint: they went up. Entitled "Survival of the Fittest:...Show More Summary
Notes: Duff Mcdonald author of The Golden Passport: Harvard Business School, the Limits of Capitalism and the Moral Failure of the MBA...
Harvard Business Review: How Gender Bias Corrupts Performance Reviews, and What to Do About It, by Paola Cecchi-Dimeglio (Harvard Law School): The annual performance review already has many strikes against it. Harried managers end up recalling high and low points on the fly; employees often get unclear direction. Here’s another...
Harvard Business School Admissions is not averse to change and here are a few elements in the 2016-17 application that are different: • The essay question itself is
Written Application. To apply to Harvard Business School, we ask you to assemble and prepare a variety of materials that will help us assess your qualifications.
Citation: Cespedes, Frank V. Aligning Strategy and Sales: The Choices, Systems, and Behaviors That Drive Effective Selling. Boston, MA: Harvard Business Review Press
LBS London Business School 2016-2017 MBA Essay Writing, Class of 2015 2016 Essay Editing, Essay Tips, Essay Analysis, application deadlines from India's best MBA
The Justice Department wants a word with Jes Staley; is Harvard Business School bad?; sometimes the deer runs over you; and more.
“The Golden Passport,” by the veteran journalist Duff McDonald, argues that Harvard Business School is a leading reason there’s so much disdain for corporate America.
Senior editor Josh Barro and Harvard Business School Professor Mihir Desai discuss the Wells Fargo board clawing back $75 million in pay from execs after the fake accounts scandal. Join the conversation about this story »
Check out this successful application essay written by a current Harvard Business School student. [And find out what it means for you.]