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@shadhbs personal trainer Don Sweat has coached many MBAs during their time on campus.

Young Martin Luther King, Jr. faced a host of challenges, including threats to his goals, visions, and personal and family safety. Professor Bill George discusses how Dr. King was able to respond with courage at his crucible moment—and how leaders today can find the strength to do the same. Read more: hbs.me/mlk2017 (link in bio) #HBSColdCall #MLKDay #MartinLutherKingDay

First snow storm of 2018 ❄️ #LifeatHBS

Thanks for joining us last year! We're looking back at the top photos from the year, and looking forward to sharing the best moments of 2018 with you.

Can you crowdsource technological solutions to societal problems? Professor Mitch Weiss explores whether a hackathon could help solve the heroin crisis in Cincinnati, Ohio. Listen to this year's top #HBSColdCall episodes: hbs.me/2017coldcall (link in bio)

Startup Bootcamp is one of seven Short Intensive Programs offered during the winter break. Teams of first year students with an early stage venture idea will use a learning-by-doing approach to build skills required to succeed as an entrepreneur.

Professor Bill Sahlman steps into the elevator to lend some helpful financial advice to a budding entrepreneur. See more of the @HarvardHBX Elevator Mentor series: hbs.me/elevator (link in bio)

Storm Grayson tours campus ❄️

Happy New Year! Wishing everyone a year of new adventures and beginnings.

Happy first day of winter ❄️ #LifeatHBS 📷: @smiletonik

Are you a disruptor like Professor Clay Christensen, or a visionary like Professor Bharat Anand? Find out which @HarvardHBX faculty member you most resemble by taking the quiz: hbs.me/hbxquiz (link in bio)

"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Every year MBA students participate in the Portrait Project— where they reflect on a question from Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Mary Oliver. Read some of their inspiring and unexpected stories: hbs.me/portraits (link in bio)

Is it ethical to collect and share data on employee happiness? In the newest Cold Call, professor Ethan Bernstein discusses Japanese conglomerate Hitachi's investment in developing technologies like high-tech badges to monitor employee happiness. Listen to the episode: hbs.me/happywork (link in bio) #HBSColdCall

In the most popular #HBSColdCall podcast of 2017, Ryan Buell explores how @ideo used design-thinking to revamp the movie-going experience in Peru: http://hbs.me/2017coldcall (link in bio)

Accounting isn't always black and white — your outlook can affect the company's books. See more of the @HarvardHBX Elevator Mentor series: hbs.me/elevator (link in bio)

Today we're kicking off seven new Short Intensive Programs (SIPs). Students can spend their winter break delving into programs including Africa Rising, Delivering Value Based Healthcare, Creating Value through Activist Investing, and Startup Bootcamp. #lifeathbs

Tax reform can be complicated and confusing, but Professor Mihir Desai is here to break it down for us answering some of our most pressing questions about the problems with the current tax code, why tax reform is so hard, and what the proposed legislation gets right and wrong. Watch the full video: http://hbs.me/taxreform (link in bio)

From leadership, to entrepreneurship, to finance, to democracy, Harvard Business School faculty covered a wide range of important topics in their 2017 authorial endeavors. Put these on your reading list: hbs.me/2017books (link in bio)

Longchamp needed to balance the heritage of their brand with the need to look forward and grow in the fashion industry. Get the story behind the case study and listen to the top #HBSColdCall episodes from 2017: http://hbs.me/2017coldcall (link in bio)

Winter break begins today! Will snow be greeting us when we get back in January? #LifeatHBS

@shadhbs personal trainer Don Sweat has coached many MBAs during their time on campus.

Are you a disruptor like Professor Clay Christensen, or a visionary like Professor Bharat Anand? Find out which @HarvardHBX faculty member you most resemble by taking the quiz: hbs.me/hbxquiz (link in bio)

Young Martin Luther King, Jr. faced a host of challenges, including threats to his goals, visions, and personal and family safety. Professor Bill George discusses how Dr. King was able to respond with courage at his crucible moment—and how leaders today can find the strength to do the same. Read more: hbs.me/mlk2017 (link in bio) #HBSColdCall #MLKDay #MartinLutherKingDay

"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?" Every year MBA students participate in the Portrait Project— where they reflect on a question from Pulitzer Prize-winning author, Mary Oliver. Read some of their inspiring and unexpected stories: hbs.me/portraits (link in bio)

First snow storm of 2018 ❄️ #LifeatHBS

Is it ethical to collect and share data on employee happiness? In the newest Cold Call, professor Ethan Bernstein discusses Japanese conglomerate Hitachi's investment in developing technologies like high-tech badges to monitor employee happiness. Listen to the episode: hbs.me/happywork (link in bio) #HBSColdCall

Thanks for joining us last year! We're looking back at the top photos from the year, and looking forward to sharing the best moments of 2018 with you.

In the most popular #HBSColdCall podcast of 2017, Ryan Buell explores how @ideo used design-thinking to revamp the movie-going experience in Peru: http://hbs.me/2017coldcall (link in bio)

Can you crowdsource technological solutions to societal problems? Professor Mitch Weiss explores whether a hackathon could help solve the heroin crisis in Cincinnati, Ohio. Listen to this year's top #HBSColdCall episodes: hbs.me/2017coldcall (link in bio)

Accounting isn't always black and white — your outlook can affect the company's books. See more of the @HarvardHBX Elevator Mentor series: hbs.me/elevator (link in bio)

Startup Bootcamp is one of seven Short Intensive Programs offered during the winter break. Teams of first year students with an early stage venture idea will use a learning-by-doing approach to build skills required to succeed as an entrepreneur.

Today we're kicking off seven new Short Intensive Programs (SIPs). Students can spend their winter break delving into programs including Africa Rising, Delivering Value Based Healthcare, Creating Value through Activist Investing, and Startup Bootcamp. #lifeathbs

Professor Bill Sahlman steps into the elevator to lend some helpful financial advice to a budding entrepreneur. See more of the @HarvardHBX Elevator Mentor series: hbs.me/elevator (link in bio)

Tax reform can be complicated and confusing, but Professor Mihir Desai is here to break it down for us answering some of our most pressing questions about the problems with the current tax code, why tax reform is so hard, and what the proposed legislation gets right and wrong. Watch the full video: http://hbs.me/taxreform (link in bio)

Storm Grayson tours campus ❄️

From leadership, to entrepreneurship, to finance, to democracy, Harvard Business School faculty covered a wide range of important topics in their 2017 authorial endeavors. Put these on your reading list: hbs.me/2017books (link in bio)

Happy New Year! Wishing everyone a year of new adventures and beginnings.

Longchamp needed to balance the heritage of their brand with the need to look forward and grow in the fashion industry. Get the story behind the case study and listen to the top #HBSColdCall episodes from 2017: http://hbs.me/2017coldcall (link in bio)

Happy first day of winter ❄️ #LifeatHBS 📷: @smiletonik

Winter break begins today! Will snow be greeting us when we get back in January? #LifeatHBS

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