Robert Kaplan and Michael Porter shed light on one of the most effective and inexpensive medical procedures--talking.

News, notes, and special events
for HBS alumni

MA­RCH 5, 2­017

Such Great Heights

In Skydeck, our alumni podcast, Tom Vogl (MBA 1998), CEO of The Mountaineers, explores the past, present, and future of the adventure business. MORE

Cultivating the Next Thought Leaders

George Serafeim explains how teaching helps shape associate professors’ research, such as his own work on corruption and socially responsible behavior. MORE

The Negotiator

How Wally Eamer (MBA 1979) helped broker a historic peace over lumber and land use in the forests of British Columbia. MORE

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Making A Difference
Enabling the Entire Community

Karen Fonseth (GMP 19, 2015) makes a case for how a community benefits by supporting its children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. MORE

The Flip: How to Rethink Networking

MA­RCH 14, 20­17, 12:00–1:00 P.M. EDT
Marc Cenedella (MBA 1998) will present a different approach to networking and will provide a framework for redefining who and what your network is and does. LEARN MORE & REGISTER

Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools

Working Knowledge
A Good Thing Happens When Doctors Start Talking to Their Patients

A longer visit with your doctor before a procedure can improve results and save money, according to Robert S. Kaplan. MORE



Alumni who give annually to the HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation keep the School on the cutting edge of management education. LEARN MORE

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