Video Highlights from 2017
Video Highlights from 2017
A look back at ten of the most-watched videos produced by Harvard Business School over the past year.
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20 Dec 2017  

2017 was a busy year at HBS. Below, relive some of the highlights, including Dean Nitin Nohria's address to the Class of 2017, the launch of the new MS/MBA Joint Degree Program with the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS), MBA students at the White House, and more.


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MBA students recall their experiences working in the nation's capital, and what it taught them about life, leadership, and patriotism.


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MBA and doctoral students, faculty, friends, and family celebrate as Dean Nitin Nohria speaks to the Class of 2017 on Thursday, May 25, 2017 during the School’s Commencement ceremonies.


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Dean Nitin Nohria of Harvard Business School (HBS) and Dean Frank Doyle of the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) discuss the new MS/MBA joint degree. The program, which confers an MBA from HBS and an Master of Science (MS) in Engineering Sciences from SEAS, is designed to train future leaders of technology ventures by providing a strong foundation in general management, building design skills, and extending students’ understanding of engineering.


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Andrew Cone (MBA 2017) gives the Harvard Business School Class Day student address Wednesday, May 24, 2017.


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Terrance Rogers (MBA 2017) talks about why he decided to come to Harvard Business School (even though he didn’t know anything about business school) and how he believes he can make a difference through the private sector. Raised by a single mom who worked long hours in manufacturing, Rogers looks forward to having a seat at the table in the business world and standing up for hardworking people like his mom.


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Andrew Cone (MBA 2017) gave this year’s student class day address on May 24. He studied art and architecture at Harvard College and worked in marketing and brand strategy at Ogilvy & Mather before coming to HBS. After graduation, he will spend one year in strategic planning at The Whitney Museum of American Art as an HBS Leadership Fellow.


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Learn more about Harvard Business School's 8 doctoral programs (PHD & DBA) through the lives of current students, their faculty mentors, and Dean Nitin Nohria.


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At the 2017 Harvard Business School Commencement, Dean Nitin Nohria addressed graduates, offering words of advice for the future.


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Six faculty members talk about how they identify and explore the ideas that fuel their teaching and influence business practice.


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More than 900 first-year students in the Technology & Operations Management (TOM) class are challenged to consider some big questions around climate change. They are asked to reflect on these questions and challenges, write and post their responses to an open blog, and consider the input and additional insights of their peers by reading and responding to their blog posts. Students come together in class to participate in a dynamic exchange, and ultimately leave informed, impassioned, and committed to helping solve this critical challenge.

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