In the 30-plus years since HBS professor Regina Herzlinger received tenure, the current number of women scholars and teachers at the School has grown to 56. With that increase, women have moved into leadership roles in all areas of the School. Bearing that in mind, the Bulletin asked four long-term women faculty—Lynda Applegate, Carliss Baldwin, Linda Hill, and Cynthia Montgomery—to share their views.
Read a book...like a boss. Seriously though, the savvy folks at Harvard Business School (whose press unit published this offering) probably know more than most about teaching people how to lead. Hill, an HBS professor, and Lineback, a writer and near-constant HBS collaborator, break leadership down into three fronts: managing yourself, managing a network and managing a team.
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