Sizing Up Social Impact
Quantifying results in the social sector, says Associate Professor Alnoor Ebrahim, comes down to the tricky work of measuring social good
A Healthy Profit
How do you make health care for the poor affordable and self-sustaining? For Senior Lecturer Michael Chu, the answer is making public health delivery commercially viable
Abigail Falik (MBA 2008) and her fellow Social Entrepreneurship Fellows are putting the HBS mission into action
Opening the Door
Prof. Regina Herzlinger charted the course for HBS's tenured female faculty
May 03 2013
Charlie Wilson's (MBA 1967) research into his grandfather's glassworks takes us back to a bygone era.
Apr 16 2013
Andreas Merkl (MBA 1989) brings a business approach to running the Ocean Conservancy.
Apr 10 2013
Fredo Arias-King's (MBA 1996) Green and Tapped project plants pine trees on indigenous Mexican lands, offering a vital and unique income source.
Feb 20 2013
Iraq veteran Blake Hall (MBA 2010) created a digital, military ID card that lets companies say thank you to veterans through online perks.
Feb 01 2013
David Hoffer (MBA 1995) and Jim Hourdequin (MBA 2005) cultivate a double bottom line at Lyme Timber.
Jan 10 2013
Following a friend's death, Sigal Bussel (MBA 2003) decided to change focus. "I felt that I could make a difference through art."
Nov 27 2012
Industry veteran and entrepreneur Patti Pao (MBA 1987) on Restorsea, an innovative skin care line developed with the help of HBS friends.
Nov 14 2012
As a child, Martin Curiel (MBA 2004) was an itinerant West Coast fruit picker. Now he helps young farmworkers rise above their circumstances.
Nov 01 2012
A former big-time college football player, Julian Swearengin (MBA 2003) finds the game continues to teach life lessons.
Oct 19 2012
Tim Sullivan's (MBA 1991) Ancestry.com helps families trace their genealogical roots and encounter their personal histories.