This is why I decided to come to Harvard Business School—to give life to the technology that has the potential to change how we do things, and whose only barrier is a poor revenue model or a misaligned product-market fit. I’m now better equipped to solve these problems, identify the right segment, launch plan, financing, strategy, etc. to get great new ideas off the ground. [...]
Today, we’re catching up with Andrea Coravos (HBS ‘17). Before coming to HBS, Andrea worked in private equity at KKR Capstone. She also spent three years at McKinsey in the Houston and then DC offices. This summer, she interned as a software engineer at Instacart. [...]
I never aspired to write lots of code, but knew it was very likely I'd end up in a position where I would have to manage and interact with people who do. [...]
The mission of CODE is to bring technologists together at HBS. Some of us are former engineers who want to keep our technical skills sharp; others are enthusiasts who want to learn how to better communicate with engineers in future positions. [...]
These days more and more MBA students are choosing to pursue a career in tech. At HBS, 20% of the Class of 2015 went into the tech industry after graduation. For many, having some basic coding knowledge is a must. [...]
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