Highlights

  • 01 Dec 2015

Leading Boston and Beyond

How HBS Leadership Fellows have reinvented how we think about governance
Re: Dan Koh (MBA 2011); Chris Osgood (MBA 2006); Lauren Lockwood (MBA 2014); Austin Blackmon (MBA 2013); Meredith Weenick (MBA 2002); Mitch Weiss (MBA 2004); Stephen Chan (MBA 2009); Matt Segneri (MBA 2010); Mike Bloomberg (MBA 1966); Sarah Leary (MBA 1998)
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  • 27 Aug 2015
  • Video
Receiving a Social Enterprise Summer Fellowship has enabled Tess Brooks (MBA 2016) to start up Confi LLC, an online platform providing credible women’s health information in an accessible and non-judgmental way.
  • Fall 2014

20 Years of Impact Report

A collection of stories on the ways in which the Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI) has pioneered the use of innovative business practices and management frameworks to drive sustained, high-impact social change across sectors.

Pioneering Research

Our faculty provide education and expertise rooted in real-world experience, linking theory and practice to shape business practice and train business leaders.

  • 15 Jan 2016
  • HBS Working Knowledge

Incentives for Prosocial Behavior: The Role of Reputations

Re: Christine L. Exley

This study documents how small monetary incentives discourage volunteering when they are public and thus introduce a “greedy” signal. The discouragement from this greedy signal, however, is less pronounced among volunteers with public reputations, or those who are likely known not to be too greedy.  more

Christine Exley is an assistant professor of business administration in the Negotiation, Organizations & Markets Unit.