Social Enterprise, founded in 1993, was the first established Initiative at Harvard Business School. SEI came to later serve as a model for the School to address topics that sit at the intersection of business and society and do not fit neatly within traditional academic disciplines. Today, there are a total of eight Initiatives at HBS that cover a range of topics from sectors of the economy to societal issues. In the spirit of promoting collaborative efforts between the Initiative teams, HBS created an administrative department in 2014 to advance the strategic and operational goals of its expanded portfolio of Initiatives. So what exactly are HBS Initiatives? Here are a few key ways to consider them: [...]