May 2015

  • 18 May 2015

    Harvard Business School Launches Gender Initiative

    BOSTON—In an effort to further the advancement of women leaders worldwide, Harvard Business School (HBS) has launched the Gender Initiative to support research, teaching, and knowledge dissemination that promotes gender equity in business and society. The new Initiative will be headed by Robin Ely, the School’s Diane Doerge Wilson Professor of Business Administration and Senior Associate Dean for Culture and Community. Read more.

    • 18 May 2015

      Having a Working Mother Is Good For You

      BOSTON— Contrary to conventional wisdom, growing up with a working mother is unlikely to harm children socially and economically when they become adults, new research by a Harvard Business School professor concludes. Read more.

    • 05 May 2015

      HBX Announces Additional Agreements with Liberal Arts Colleges

      BOSTON—HBX, Harvard Business School’s online digital education initiative, has announced that it has entered into agreements to work with several U.S. liberal arts colleges to provide additional benefits for their students taking the Credential of Readiness (CORe) program. CORe is an online program, consisting of approximately 150 hours of learning, for students and early career professionals to learn the fundamentals of business on a highly engaging and interactive platform designed by Harvard Business School faculty. Read more.

    • 01 May 2015

      HBS Professor Linda Hill Wins Warren Bennis Prize

      BOSTON—Harvard Business Review (HBR) has announced that Linda Hill, the School’s Wallace Brett Donham Professor of Business Administration and faculty chair of its Leadership Initiative, has won, along with coauthors Greg Brandeau, Emily Truelove, and Kent Linebeck, the first Warren Bennis Prize for their article “Collective Genius,” which appeared in the June 2014 issue of the magazine. Read more.