23 Sep 2009
Harvard Business School (HBS) today announced a four-day executive education program focused on the geopolitical transitions and market influences affecting the energy industry and its leaders. Against the backdrop of transformational changes in the energy sector, the Global Energy Seminar, to be held from December 6-9, will examine recent trends, innovations, and dynamic forces that impact how energy is produced and distributed. Read more.
21 Sep 2009
Harvard Business School Program To Help Media Executives Identify Growth Opportunities In Rapidly Changing Industry
Harvard Business School (HBS) today announced plans to offer its executive education program for media executives, Effective Strategies for Media Companies, in California this year. The program, slated to begin in December, will address the major issues facing media and entertainment companies and bring together senior media executives from across sectors in an interactive discussion about technology, strategy and innovation in the industry. Read more.
21 Sep 2009
Harvard Business School (HBS) today announced a suite of executive education programs for leaders in the real estate industry. The programs will review the current market downturn, the speed of the recovery and opportunities for the future. As distressed-debt deals soar and opinions vary on when home prices will bottom out, these HBS programs seek to engage both real estate investors and real estate executives. Program topics range from organizing investment funds and recognizing developing investment opportunities in the changing marketplace to design and construction best practices. Read more.
08 Sep 2009
Each year, Harvard Business School invites entrepreneurs to become part of its community by serving as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence. This program is sponsored by the Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship, which offers a range of resources and programs for students interested in pursuing an entrepreneurial career. The Entrepreneur-in-Residence program exemplifies the School's commitment to infusing the MBA curriculum with an entrepreneurial point of view. The program asks accomplished entrepreneurs to commit to either a semester or full academic year, depending on their schedule, of working with faculty and students. Read more.