29 Mar 2012
BOSTON—Three members of the Harvard Business School faculty have won awards in the 2012 ecch Case Awards Competition. First presented in 1991, these annual awards aim to recognize worldwide excellence in case writing and raise the profile of the case method of learning. Read more.
20 Mar 2012
BOSTON—Harvard Business School (HBS) professors Michael E. Porter and Rosabeth Moss Kanter have won the 2011 McKinsey Awards from the Harvard Business Review and the management consulting firm McKinsey & Company. Established in 1959, the annual awards recognize the best articles published each year in the magazine. Read more.
19 Mar 2012
BOSTON—More than thirty NFL players representing teams from across the league, including the Buffalo Bills, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, Miami Dolphins, and Pittsburgh Steelers, will arrive at Harvard Business School (HBS) today to take part in a custom executive education program designed specifically for them that addresses the unique business opportunities and challenges faced by NFL players during and after their professional football careers. Read more.
01 Mar 2012
BOSTON—Harvard Business School (HBS) today announced the launch of the new amphitheater-style classroom, built and owned by the Taj Lands End, owned by the Indian Hotels Limited. Unlike the temporary spaces in Hyderabad and Mumbai where the School previously offered programs, the new space replicates the classrooms on the School's Boston campus, giving participants and students a true Harvard Business School case method learning experience, for the first time in India. The launch of the classroom kicks off with a series of activities including research conferences and executive education programs. This is the latest milestone in the School's deepening engagement in India that over the last decade has produced a growing body of research on Indian companies and management practices. Read more.
01 Mar 2012
Harvard Business School to Convene More Than 600 Business Leaders in New York to Discuss Paths Forward for Improving U.S. Competitiveness
BOSTON—On Monday, March 5, Harvard Business School (HBS) will convene Paths Forward, an event featuring leaders from academia, policy, technology, health care, manufacturing, labor, finance, and nonprofits in a discussion about U.S. competitiveness. Paths Forward is part of the HBS U.S. Competitiveness Project, a research-led effort to understand and improve the ability of firms operating in the U.S. to compete successfully in the global economy, while supporting high and rising living standards for Americans. Read more.