Developing a regional growth strategy, managing a finance fund, and identifying sources of earned income are all typical responsibilities for HBS graduates. What is atypical is to perform these tasks on top of working hand-in-hand with CEOs, COOs, and CFOs of some of the largest and most successful organizations in the world just six months… Continue reading What Ten HBS Grads Are Doing to "Make A Difference in the World"
As ECs in the midst of searching for jobs, oftentimes we tend to forget our highest priorities in life and instead, we become seduced by the droves of consulting and investment banking firms who come to campus and clamor for us to sign those offer letters. We tend to be in cruise-control mode and are… Continue reading Bob McDonald, COO of Procter & Gamble, on "Values-Based Leadership"
Has all the election coverage got you wondering about your “elect-ability” but you want to avoid the whole primary process? Well here’s your chance. SA Elections are finally here. Why would you want to run for an office? For one thing, it’s a great way to get involved in HBS and get things done. The… Continue reading The Other '04 Race, SA Elections Are Here
The Harbus recently participated on a conference call with several university newspapers in a conversation with Dell’s President and COO, Kevin Rollins. Rollins, in a candid conversation, spoke about the economy, ethics, technology trends and more. Kevin Rollins on how the economy has affected Dell: [Our] company fortunately has weathered the economic downturn both in… Continue reading A Minute With Kevin Rollins, President and COO of Dell
Jay Carter, COO of Lucent’s Sales and Marketing organization, was on campus last week to share some of the lessons learned from the recent troubles in the battered technology sector and to layout the turnaround plan for the technology giant. A standing-room-only crowd turned out to hear the talk, which was sponsored by the Manufacturing… Continue reading Lucent: Like a Phoenix Rising