Dean Michael Smith’s annual report to the faculty
Internal “services-held-in-common” organization and single point of online entry to the library are unveiled.
Following animal deaths and government investigations, Dean Jeffrey S. Flier endorses recommendations for New England Primate Research Center
“Political dysfunction may well be an important part of the problem.” David A. Moss, McLean professor of business administration and founder of the Tobin Project
“A country can become complacent about its assets.” Rosabeth Moss Kanter, Arbuckle professor of business administration, in HBS’s general management unit, and chair and director of the Harvard University Advanced Leadership Initiative
“All the other things we used to think about as a social contract…” Thomas A. Kochan, Bunker professor of management, MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and co-director of the MIT Institute for Work and Employment Research
“The first step is popping the myth that we can use financial markets naively to measure performance over short horizons…” Mihir A. Desai, Mizuho Financial Group professor of finance and professor of law, and HBS’s senior associate dean for planning and university affairs
“There was no way for us to get to market in the U.S.” Willy C. Shih, professor of management practice, HBS’s technology and operations management unit
“We should have been worried before the Great Recession.” Michael E. Porter, Lawrence University Professor, and Jan W. Rivkin, Rauner professor of business administration and head of HBS’s strategy unit
A discussion with Harvard Business School faculty members
Harvard’s largest solar installation, edX develops, Drew Faust’s research becomes a TV program, the Gilgamesh sculpture, and more
David Jones, Ackerman professor of the culture of medicine, works in both history and medicine.
The statistics professor succeeds Allan Brandt.
A new GSD concentration uses an ecological perspective to imagine cities.
Mental-health specialist has been active in undergraduate care