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Morgan Hall 📷: @hbsexeced #HarvardInWinter

Our initiatives provide powerful platforms to address complex, multi-dimensional topics that demand a new managerial mindset while covering a range of topics, from sectors of the economy to societal issues, that businesses must address in an ever-changing global marketplace. Learn more: hbs.me/hbsinitiatives (link in bio)

This year women make up 80% of RC section presidents—but what can the community do to keep this flywheel of women leadership moving and gain more momentum in the real world? Student-run newspaper, @theharbushbs, explores: hbs.me/rcpresidents (link in bio)

One more glimpse of Spangler lounge before the space receives a makeover 👀 #LifeatHBS

From commencement and START to cases, campus views, and everything in between, we are looking back at the top photos from the past year. #LifeatHBS #TopNine2019

Check out our story today for a behind-the-scenes look into one of our Short Intensive Programs (SIPs), Moving Beyond Direct to Consumer! 📚Today's sessions features cases about: @lola, @june, Constellation Capital, @manrepeller, @milkbarstore and @christinatosi, and ventures from @gronk, @chrisgronkowsk, @gordiegronk. 🌟Learn more about our SIPs programs: hbs.me/sips20 (link in bio) #lifeathbs

Last night professors Karim Lakhani and Marco Iansiti celebrated the launch of their new book, Competing in the Age of AI, with a book talk in Klarman Hall. The book explores how reinventing the firm around data, analytics, and AI removes traditional constraints on scale, scope, and learning that have restricted business growth for hundreds of years. Learn more: https://hbs.me/ageofaibook (link in bio) 📷: @davehabeeb

Our Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship kicked off 2020 with a puzzle from @getawayhouse—founded by #HBSNVC runner-up, Rock Summer Fellow, and Rock Accelerator participant Jon Staff (MBA 2016). Learn more about entrepreneurship at HBS: hbs.me/hbsrock (link in bio)

The koi pond in the Class of 1959 Chapel provides a place for quiet contemplation on campus—and a warm escape from the cold! 📷: @chappy_mike

Looking for a book to read over winter break? Add one of the faculty books published in 2019 to your list: hbs.me/2019books (link in bio)

Not many Chinese companies open #manufacturing facilities in the U.S., but automotive glass maker Fuyao is considering just that. Examine the factors that go into deciding where companies should locate #production facilities on the latest episode of #HBSColdCall: hbs.me/fuyaocc (link in bio)

We've been sharing articles with you from the new @HBSAlumni Bulletin on our social media channels, but have you read the newest edition in its entirety? Check it out now and don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn: hbs.me/alumnibulletin (link in bio)

Looking back on the first sunset of 2020 captured by @s.glover50 🌇 #LifeatHBS

Happy New Year! Wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2020 ✨#LifeatHBS #HappyNewYear

Mexican convenience store chain OXXO dominated its market — until its chief rival doubled in size almost overnight. The newest episode of #HBSColdCall explores how CEO Eduardo Padilla responded by creating an agile organization based on a team culture and strong management systems: hbs.me/oxxostore (link in bio)

From building prototypes in class to design sprints in the @harvardinnovationlabs, check out what our MS/MBA students have been up to 👀 Follow @harvard_msmba to learn more! #lifeathbs

We're going all the way up . . . to the top floor of the Spangler Center 😉 The upper-level is home to our MBA administrative offices, small student lounge areas, and this view 😏 Learn more about everything housed in Spangler: hbs.me/spanglercenter (link in bio) #LifeatHBS

Can capitalism be fixed by making companies more just? Professors Ethan Rouen and Charlie Wang explore whether capitalism is broken and if measuring how “just” a company is can help: hbs.me/capitalism-cc (link in bio) #HBSColdCall

Happy New Year's Eve 🥂✨ #LifeatHBS #NewYearsEve

The weather outside might be frightful, but there are plenty of fireplaces around @harvard you may find delightful: hbs.me/fireplace (link in bio) #LifeatHBS

Morgan Hall 📷: @hbsexeced #HarvardInWinter

Not many Chinese companies open #manufacturing facilities in the U.S., but automotive glass maker Fuyao is considering just that. Examine the factors that go into deciding where companies should locate #production facilities on the latest episode of #HBSColdCall: hbs.me/fuyaocc (link in bio)

Our initiatives provide powerful platforms to address complex, multi-dimensional topics that demand a new managerial mindset while covering a range of topics, from sectors of the economy to societal issues, that businesses must address in an ever-changing global marketplace. Learn more: hbs.me/hbsinitiatives (link in bio)

We've been sharing articles with you from the new @HBSAlumni Bulletin on our social media channels, but have you read the newest edition in its entirety? Check it out now and don't forget to follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn: hbs.me/alumnibulletin (link in bio)

This year women make up 80% of RC section presidents—but what can the community do to keep this flywheel of women leadership moving and gain more momentum in the real world? Student-run newspaper, @theharbushbs, explores: hbs.me/rcpresidents (link in bio)

Looking back on the first sunset of 2020 captured by @s.glover50 🌇 #LifeatHBS

One more glimpse of Spangler lounge before the space receives a makeover 👀 #LifeatHBS

Happy New Year! Wishing everyone a happy and healthy 2020 ✨#LifeatHBS #HappyNewYear

From commencement and START to cases, campus views, and everything in between, we are looking back at the top photos from the past year. #LifeatHBS #TopNine2019

Mexican convenience store chain OXXO dominated its market — until its chief rival doubled in size almost overnight. The newest episode of #HBSColdCall explores how CEO Eduardo Padilla responded by creating an agile organization based on a team culture and strong management systems: hbs.me/oxxostore (link in bio)

Check out our story today for a behind-the-scenes look into one of our Short Intensive Programs (SIPs), Moving Beyond Direct to Consumer! 📚Today's sessions features cases about: @lola, @june, Constellation Capital, @manrepeller, @milkbarstore and @christinatosi, and ventures from @gronk, @chrisgronkowsk, @gordiegronk. 🌟Learn more about our SIPs programs: hbs.me/sips20 (link in bio) #lifeathbs

From building prototypes in class to design sprints in the @harvardinnovationlabs, check out what our MS/MBA students have been up to 👀 Follow @harvard_msmba to learn more! #lifeathbs

Last night professors Karim Lakhani and Marco Iansiti celebrated the launch of their new book, Competing in the Age of AI, with a book talk in Klarman Hall. The book explores how reinventing the firm around data, analytics, and AI removes traditional constraints on scale, scope, and learning that have restricted business growth for hundreds of years. Learn more: https://hbs.me/ageofaibook (link in bio) 📷: @davehabeeb

We're going all the way up . . . to the top floor of the Spangler Center 😉 The upper-level is home to our MBA administrative offices, small student lounge areas, and this view 😏 Learn more about everything housed in Spangler: hbs.me/spanglercenter (link in bio) #LifeatHBS

Our Arthur Rock Center for Entrepreneurship kicked off 2020 with a puzzle from @getawayhouse—founded by #HBSNVC runner-up, Rock Summer Fellow, and Rock Accelerator participant Jon Staff (MBA 2016). Learn more about entrepreneurship at HBS: hbs.me/hbsrock (link in bio)

Can capitalism be fixed by making companies more just? Professors Ethan Rouen and Charlie Wang explore whether capitalism is broken and if measuring how “just” a company is can help: hbs.me/capitalism-cc (link in bio) #HBSColdCall

The koi pond in the Class of 1959 Chapel provides a place for quiet contemplation on campus—and a warm escape from the cold! 📷: @chappy_mike

Happy New Year's Eve 🥂✨ #LifeatHBS #NewYearsEve

Looking for a book to read over winter break? Add one of the faculty books published in 2019 to your list: hbs.me/2019books (link in bio)

The weather outside might be frightful, but there are plenty of fireplaces around @harvard you may find delightful: hbs.me/fireplace (link in bio) #LifeatHBS

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