ColloquiaOur Centennial celebration was largely about ideas. Harvard Business School faculty, working with their academic colleagues at Soldiers Field, Harvard, and around the world—as well as with practitioners-designed 14 colloquia to push the frontiers of knowledge. In the best traditions of HBS, these colloquia (presented in small classroom settings over the course of three calendar years) combined theory and practice to shape both the art and science of management.
HBS Working Knowledge features new work from among the more than 200 HBS faculty at the forefront of their diverse fields of expertise, providing a valuable resource for executives, entrepreneurs, and managers.
- Scholars and Students Unpack the Digital Business Revolution
- First Look: February 24
- How to Break the Expert’s Curse
Recent Working Papers
- Thick as Thieves? Dishonest Behavior and Egocentric Social Networks
- The Challenges and Enhancing Opportunities of Global Project Management: Evidence from Chinese and Dutch Cross-Cultural Project Management
- A Methodology for Operationalizing Enterprise Architecture and Evaluating Enterprise IT Flexibility
Harvard Business School Publishing is a resource for HBS faculty publications and other materials and activities on management issues, including cases, conferences, articles, newsletters, and one of the world's most influential thought leadership magazines, Harvard Business Review.
April 8, 2008 marks 100 years to the day the Corporation of Harvard University voted to establish the business school and appointed Edwin F. Gay its first dean.
The Global Business Summit was attended by 2,003 people representing 73 countries.