Most Popular Videos of 2018
Most Popular Videos of 2018

In 2018, our most popular videos included Dean Nohria bidding farewell to graduating MBAs and welcome new ones, Professor Ryan Raffaelli discussing his research on the resurgence of independent bookstores, Carla Harris (MBA 1987) speaking to graduating MBA students on Class Day, and First-Year MBA students going to StartUp bootcamp. You can watch these videos below. Be sure to check out all of your videos on our YouTube channel.

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14 Dec 2018   Cullen Schmitt
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Welcome Class of 2020

Dean Nitin Nohria, along with MBA Program Executive Director Jana Kierstead, Professor Jan Rivkin, and student Co-Presidents Triston Francis & Sana Mohammed (both MBA 2019) welcomed more than 900 new MBA students to Harvard Business School this week. Students moved into residence halls, read their first cases, met section mates, and got advice on navigating their first year from Professor Rob Huckman. Welcome to the MBA Class of 2020!

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Celebrating the 2018 Harvard Business School Class

MBA and doctoral students, faculty, friends, and family celebrate as Dean Nitin Nohria speaks to the Class of 2018 on Thursday, May 24, 2018 during the School’s Commencement ceremonies. Dean Nohria’s remarks focused on enterprise, energy, and empathy.

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2018 Class Day Distinguished Speaker Carla A. Harris

Carla A. Harris, MBA 1987, vice chairman of wealth management at Morgan Stanley and one of this year’s Alumni Achievement Award recipients, speaks to the MBA Class of 2018.

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The Value of Local Independent Bookstores

Professor Ryan Raffaelli teams up with Porter Square Books in Cambridge, MA – one of the hundreds of bookstores he’s studied – to explore industries facing shifts in their business models and how they adapt. Independent bookstores provide a story of hope by focusing on core values that include community, curation, and convening.

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HBS Startup Bootcamp

First year students at Harvard Business School now have the option to immerse themselves in an intense, two-week entrepreneurship bootcamp on campus. Under the guidance of professors, founders, and investors, students test out ideas and build the skills the required to succeed as an early stage entrepreneur.

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