Howard M. Anderson

Senior Lecturer of Business Administration

Howard Anderson is a Senior Lecturer at the Harvard Business School and is teaching a first year course called  The Entrepreneurial Manager. Previously he spent twelve years at the Sloan School of MIT where he was the William Porter(67) Distinguished Senior Lecturer and taught several courses on the founding and management of high technology firms.  He also has taught at Technion in Tel Aviv, Isreal, The Indian School of Business in Hyderabad, India, and the Tuck School, Dartmouth College. Anderson is the Founder of The Yankee Group which he sold to Reuters and the Co-Founder of Battery Ventures which has invested $4.5 Billion in some 300 plus firms.  He has sat on several boards and his 20 part series in Information Week, “20 People Who Changed the Technology World” is an upcoming series on PBS.