Over the course of the past century, HBS's faculty and administrative leaders have grappled with a number of fundamental questions that had to be answered if the School was to succeed in its mission. Here, we will look at how a number of these questions have been raised, answered, and raised again over the decades. To begin where the School began, join us in the critical debate that was first joined by Harvard's leaders in the late 19th centruy: What makes a profession?