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HBS Elects New SA Co-Presidents
Campus News, Featured, Features, On Campus, Politics

HBS Elects New SA Co-Presidents

Sana Mohammed (MBA ‘19) and Triston Francis (MBA ‘19) have been elected as the Harvard Business School Student Association Co-Presidents for 2018-2019. The co-presidency, elected at the end of February by the RC year, will begin after spring break. Sana and Triston campaigned under an overarching mission to “foster a more collaborative environment that enables…

What Women Want?
Campus News, On Campus, Women

What Women Want?

As we enter a new paradigm in which the impact – rather than the intent – of one’s actions is becoming the standard by which we qualify sexual harassment, 280 female HBS students – roughly one-third of the female student population of HBS – have drawn on their workplace experiences to weigh in on which…

From the Editors’ desk: Can a business school die of shame?
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From the Editors’ desk: Can a business school die of shame?

Stanford Graduate School of Business is one of two MBA programs in the United States to claim that it exclusively offers need-based financial aid. This has now been exposed to be untrue. Earlier this year, more than 14 terabytes of the school’s highly confidential financial aid information, spanning seven years of applications, were found unsecured…

Commit to Growth
Academics, Campus News, Kevin Sharer, On Campus

Commit to Growth

We hear a lot about growth. So much that perhaps you just tune out the message as part of the background noise. Growth? We need jobs, money to live on and pay back loans, life partners, children, friends, and a little (very little) time for ourselves. Check with me later. Besides, have we not been…

Let’s talk about family wealth
On Campus, Opinion, Outside the Bubble

Let’s talk about family wealth

To get into HBS, family money matters. It’s an uncomfortable truth. “At 38 colleges in America,” The New York Times provocatively declared earlier this year, “more students came from the top 1 percent of the income scale than from the entire bottom 60 percent.” Stated another way, a child born into the top 1 percent…

From the Editors’ desk: The Lessons of Harvey Weinstein
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From the Editors’ desk: The Lessons of Harvey Weinstein

Hollywood often uses movies to hold a mirror to society and set the topic of popular conversation. These past few weeks the tables have turned, with society scrutinizing the actions of Hollywood. At present nearly eighty women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault and sexual misconduct against film producer Harvey Weinstein. Testimony from…

Perspectives, Part One: Five Forces, Politics and Porter & Gehl: “Why Competition in the Politics Industry is Failing America”
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Perspectives, Part One: Five Forces, Politics and Porter & Gehl: “Why Competition in the Politics Industry is Failing America”

Why Competition in the Politics Industry is Failing America If our political system were an industry – the Political Industrial Complex – it would be valued at more than $16 billon. Furthermore, if you include the $3.6 trillion budget allocated by this apparatus at the federal and state level, it’s the biggest industry out there….

Perspectives, Part Two: Five Forces, Politics and Porter & Gehl: “Why Competition in the Politics Industry is Failing America”
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Perspectives, Part Two: Five Forces, Politics and Porter & Gehl: “Why Competition in the Politics Industry is Failing America”

Strategic thinking has been long been part of political analysis. From Thucydides to contemporary military and social science, people have deployed frameworks to understand and build models of prediction since time immemorial. Take the following: “If the dawn of democracy in a given country finds the decision makers divided into two parties, they may wish…

Dear Harby
Humor, On Campus, Opinion, The Harbush

Dear Harby

  Dear Harby, I came in wanted a run-of-the-mill job in general management, but now I seemed to have caught the finance bug from all the company presentations put on by CPD. Should I be an investment banker? -Wondering in One Western Dear Wondering, Lots of people are attracted to Investment Banking. There are the…

Bitcoin as a Technology and Operations Management Case
Academics, On Campus

Bitcoin as a Technology and Operations Management Case

Bitcoin, a first-of-its-kind digital currency devised in 2008, crossed $50 billion in total value for the first time this summer. It’s weathered severe volatility, technological obstacles, and government regulation to remain the dominant alternative currency. At Consensus 2017, the largest conference for bitcoin and its underlying infrastructure in the US, I was struck by the…

From the Editors’ Desk
Campus News, On Campus

From the Editors’ Desk

What can we do to earn our place at HBS? An education at Harvard Business School is one of the most enviable distinctions in the professional world — but what exactly is the defining value of the experience? Can it be isolated to a single attribute? We are a school after all — perhaps it…

Manning Didn’t Deserve Rescinded Harvard Visiting Fellowship
Academics, Campus News, Controversy, Current Events, Featured, News, On Campus, Opinion, Outside the Bubble

Manning Didn’t Deserve Rescinded Harvard Visiting Fellowship

Manning Invite Widened the Civilian-Military Divide at Harvard In honoring former US Army Specialist Chelsea Manning by naming her a Visiting Fellow, the Institute of Politics at Harvard Kennedy School opened wide a wound that leaders at Harvard have diligently worked to close in recent years: the civilian-military divide. There are few Rorschach Tests more…

Burden Hall Should Not Be Demolished This Soon
Campus News, Controversy, Featured, HomePost, On Campus, Opinion, Print Edition

Burden Hall Should Not Be Demolished This Soon

The Issue Burden Hall was supposed to be demolished after Klarman Hall became fully operational in 2018. Over the Summer of 2017, the administration decided to advance this demolition to mid-October 2017. The student body was not consulted until months after the decision had been taken. The HBS Student Association Senate first came to know…

From the Editors’ Desk
Campus News, Culture, On Campus, Opinion

From the Editors’ Desk

Why are you here? Did you come to Harvard Business School to find your next job, make career contacts, or learn everything the case method can teach you? Did you come to make new friends, travel the world, or just spend a couple of years working out and eating right? Maybe you came to write…

Build your CORe as a global thinker
Academics, Marketing, On Campus

Build your CORe as a global thinker

What is HBX CORe? I had the opportunity to be a part of the February 2017 HBX Credential of Readiness (CORe) cohort. This online learning platform provides the benefit of experiencing Harvard courses on fundamentals of business thinking at your comfort and convenience. The courses take an estimated ~150 hours. I spent time from February…

Resolving to be Happy: HBS students could learn to settle a little more
Blogs, On Campus, Opinion, Outside the Bubble

Resolving to be Happy: HBS students could learn to settle a little more

In the wake of the financial crisis, University of Texas professor Robert Prentice proposed an overhaul of business school rankings based on long-term happiness rather than post-MBA salaries. “Any sensible person would rather be happy than rich,” Prentice wrote in 2009. “Those who choose to attend business school on the assumption that an MBA will…

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