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Take a stroll down tree-lined Harvard Way 🍃#LifeatHBS

Welcome back! We're thrilled to welcome so many @HBSAlumni to campus this weekend! #hbsreunion2018

Yesterday HBS women faculty gathered to walk in honor of Drew Faust’s last Commencement as @Harvard President. #HBS18 #Harvard18

During your two years at HBS your section becomes your family. On the last day of class section mates sign your name tag. Grads, use #HBS18 to share your photos. 📸: @div_agarwal, @seanlpo, @longlu89, @michaeljhkim

“For the next 10 years, choose things to do, not things to be. There are people in this world who want to be an author but don’t want to write a book; who want to be married but don’t want to care for a spouse; who want to be parents but don’t want to raise a child. There are similarly those who want to be leaders but don’t want to lead. Don’t be one of them. Indeed, do the opposite: lead without being The Leader. Those who choose things to do, rather than things to be, come back to their 10th reunion with more to share and less to prove.” —Professor Ethan Bernstein #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice for graduates: hbs.me/advice2018

How can rebels change the world for the better? Today Professor Francesca Gino is talking about her book, Rebel Talent. Follow along on our story!

We're excited to welcome a new cohort of participants in @AnitaElberse’s program, The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports. Now in its 5th year, this course helps top executives and talent navigate the ever-changing entertainment industry. Follow along across HBS and @hbsexeced social channels over the coming days for some behind-the-scenes of the class—you’re bound to see some familiar faces! Athletes in this year's program include @NuriSahin, @MarioMelchiot1, @DaniAlves, @Kaka, @EdwinvanderSar1, @ChrisBosh, @LindseyVonn, @IronMassaquoi, @MichaelStrahan, @Subbanator, Andy Roddick, and @ZeeChara33. To learn more about this program visit the link in our bio. #BEMS #ExecutiveEducation #lifeathbs

Congratulations #HBS18! 🎉

“It’s going to be all right. Really. All the things you’re really worried about? They will work out. It’s the things that you’re not worrying about right now that are going to be trouble--your families, your health, your relationship with your partner. It's not that I’m suggesting you don’t throw yourself into your work. The world is in crisis, and you have the immense privilege of doing work that might make a difference. Make the most of it. Find a way to link your deepest values to your skills and work like crazy to build a just and sustainable (and highly profitable!) world. But do remember to keep time for other things. When my first husband died unexpectedly, all I could think about was the fact that I wasted so much time being annoyed with him for forgetting to pick up the dry cleaning, when what was really important was that every day together was luminous, and was an opportunity to laugh, to touch, to dance. Life goes so quickly. Try to pay attention.” —Professor Rebecca Henderson #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

Take a look back at the last class for #HBS18. 📸: @dchannyc, @moncasta, @gilmvaldes, @insta_stemps, @kelly.anderson417, @avpuri_me

Ride-hailing service Careem was experiencing growing pains operationally and culturally. How the founders struggled to keep its 4 million customers satisfied on the most recent episode of #HBSColdCall: hbs.me/careem (link in bio)

It's been a week since #HBS18 graduated so we're taking a look back at a few moments from the big day #Harvard18

The Class of 2018 is ready to graduate! Grads were up early this morning to walk across the bridge to the morning Commencement Exercises in Harvard Yard. #HBS18 #harvard18

Hey #HBS18 grads! To receive event updates and alerts for Class Day and Commencement text HBSGRAD to 888777.

Technological breakthroughs are upending traditional work everywhere. Significant change is coming. HBS Hacks, an innovative, hands-on, interactive event, brought together alumni in San Francisco to tackle the question of the future of work. Check out our story and learn more about the event: hbs.me/hacks (link in bio) #HBSHacks

Talent and executives have the chance to learn from each other in @AnitaElberse’s The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports program. The annual course helps participants navigate the ever-changing entertainment industry. #BEMS

MBA and doctoral students, faculty, friends, and family celebrate as Dean Nitin Nohria speaks to #HBS18 during Commencement ceremonies.

Today the graduating class celebrates Class Day! #HBS18

Get to know tomorrow's Student Class Day speaker Serrena Iyer (MBA 2018) 🎓 #HBS18

“I would like to give the same advice to the graduating students that was given by John H. Johnson, the founder of EBONY magazine, 30 years ago when he visited HBS and was the keynote speaker at the Naylor Fitzhugh conference. You have the privilege of graduating from the best business school in the world. The question is: what are you going to do with it? Here’s the answer: go and have a great business career. Make a lot of money. And throughout your career, from beginning to end, use a respectable portion of your earnings to support organizations that help the less fortunate. Finance shelters and food pantries for the homeless. Finance computer science training programs for low income Black children. Be the benefactors for inner city charter schools like Urban Prep that educates young men from the most poverty stricken communities. Use your privilege, hard work, brilliance and assets to positively impact the lives of others.” —Professor Steven Rogers #HBS2018 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

Take a stroll down tree-lined Harvard Way 🍃#LifeatHBS

Ride-hailing service Careem was experiencing growing pains operationally and culturally. How the founders struggled to keep its 4 million customers satisfied on the most recent episode of #HBSColdCall: hbs.me/careem (link in bio)

Welcome back! We're thrilled to welcome so many @HBSAlumni to campus this weekend! #hbsreunion2018

It's been a week since #HBS18 graduated so we're taking a look back at a few moments from the big day #Harvard18

Yesterday HBS women faculty gathered to walk in honor of Drew Faust’s last Commencement as @Harvard President. #HBS18 #Harvard18

The Class of 2018 is ready to graduate! Grads were up early this morning to walk across the bridge to the morning Commencement Exercises in Harvard Yard. #HBS18 #harvard18

During your two years at HBS your section becomes your family. On the last day of class section mates sign your name tag. Grads, use #HBS18 to share your photos. 📸: @div_agarwal, @seanlpo, @longlu89, @michaeljhkim

Hey #HBS18 grads! To receive event updates and alerts for Class Day and Commencement text HBSGRAD to 888777.

“For the next 10 years, choose things to do, not things to be. There are people in this world who want to be an author but don’t want to write a book; who want to be married but don’t want to care for a spouse; who want to be parents but don’t want to raise a child. There are similarly those who want to be leaders but don’t want to lead. Don’t be one of them. Indeed, do the opposite: lead without being The Leader. Those who choose things to do, rather than things to be, come back to their 10th reunion with more to share and less to prove.” —Professor Ethan Bernstein #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice for graduates: hbs.me/advice2018

Technological breakthroughs are upending traditional work everywhere. Significant change is coming. HBS Hacks, an innovative, hands-on, interactive event, brought together alumni in San Francisco to tackle the question of the future of work. Check out our story and learn more about the event: hbs.me/hacks (link in bio) #HBSHacks

How can rebels change the world for the better? Today Professor Francesca Gino is talking about her book, Rebel Talent. Follow along on our story!

Talent and executives have the chance to learn from each other in @AnitaElberse’s The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports program. The annual course helps participants navigate the ever-changing entertainment industry. #BEMS

We're excited to welcome a new cohort of participants in @AnitaElberse’s program, The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports. Now in its 5th year, this course helps top executives and talent navigate the ever-changing entertainment industry. Follow along across HBS and @hbsexeced social channels over the coming days for some behind-the-scenes of the class—you’re bound to see some familiar faces! Athletes in this year's program include @NuriSahin, @MarioMelchiot1, @DaniAlves, @Kaka, @EdwinvanderSar1, @ChrisBosh, @LindseyVonn, @IronMassaquoi, @MichaelStrahan, @Subbanator, Andy Roddick, and @ZeeChara33. To learn more about this program visit the link in our bio. #BEMS #ExecutiveEducation #lifeathbs

MBA and doctoral students, faculty, friends, and family celebrate as Dean Nitin Nohria speaks to #HBS18 during Commencement ceremonies.

Congratulations #HBS18! 🎉

Today the graduating class celebrates Class Day! #HBS18

“It’s going to be all right. Really. All the things you’re really worried about? They will work out. It’s the things that you’re not worrying about right now that are going to be trouble--your families, your health, your relationship with your partner. It's not that I’m suggesting you don’t throw yourself into your work. The world is in crisis, and you have the immense privilege of doing work that might make a difference. Make the most of it. Find a way to link your deepest values to your skills and work like crazy to build a just and sustainable (and highly profitable!) world. But do remember to keep time for other things. When my first husband died unexpectedly, all I could think about was the fact that I wasted so much time being annoyed with him for forgetting to pick up the dry cleaning, when what was really important was that every day together was luminous, and was an opportunity to laugh, to touch, to dance. Life goes so quickly. Try to pay attention.” —Professor Rebecca Henderson #HBS18 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

Get to know tomorrow's Student Class Day speaker Serrena Iyer (MBA 2018) 🎓 #HBS18

Take a look back at the last class for #HBS18. 📸: @dchannyc, @moncasta, @gilmvaldes, @insta_stemps, @kelly.anderson417, @avpuri_me

“I would like to give the same advice to the graduating students that was given by John H. Johnson, the founder of EBONY magazine, 30 years ago when he visited HBS and was the keynote speaker at the Naylor Fitzhugh conference. You have the privilege of graduating from the best business school in the world. The question is: what are you going to do with it? Here’s the answer: go and have a great business career. Make a lot of money. And throughout your career, from beginning to end, use a respectable portion of your earnings to support organizations that help the less fortunate. Finance shelters and food pantries for the homeless. Finance computer science training programs for low income Black children. Be the benefactors for inner city charter schools like Urban Prep that educates young men from the most poverty stricken communities. Use your privilege, hard work, brilliance and assets to positively impact the lives of others.” —Professor Steven Rogers #HBS2018 #Harvard18 🎓 More advice to graduates: hbs.me/advice2018 (link in bio)

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