Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration established (the world's first MBA program)
with a faculty of 15, 33 regular students, and 47 special students.
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The Doctoral Program was established.
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The Harvard Business Review was founded.
The case method was established as the primary method of instruction.
Business school campus constructed.
First executive education program (Advanced Management Program) held — a group of sixty executives and recently demobilized veterans.
Women graduates of the Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration were admitted to the second year of the MBA program.
Harvard Business Publishing was formed as a wholly owned subsidiary of Harvard University.
Global Research Centers opened in Silicon Valley; other regional research centers were opened in Asia-Pacific (1999), Latin America (2000), Japan (2002), Europe (2003), and India (2006), and Istanbul (2013).
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