Current Issue: March 2016

 

David Moss is Rewriting History

Can one HBS professor change how American history is taught in high schools?

 

The New Space Race

Touting everything from asteroid mining to shoebox-sized satellites, a new generation of space entrepreneurs is taking the search for the next big thing to the farthest reaches of the galaxy

 

On Credit

A Baker Library collection tracks the historical evolution of American commerce, one debtor at a time

Feedback

   Reader feedback from the December issue

Interest

Delivering Trust
   FertilityIQ brings transparency to the perplexing world of IVF

@Soldiers Field
   Canine therapy, a new convening center, and the H. Naylor Fitzhugh Conference

Takes One to Know One
   New alumna to lead External Relations

How Do I Get Your Job?
   Marla Malcolm Beck (MBA/MPA 1998) gets real about retail with Ravneet Uberoi (HBS 2017)

3-Minute Briefing: Pamela Meyer (MBA 1986)
   Certified Fraud Examiner; CEO, Calibrate; author, Liespotting: Proven Techniques to Detect Deception

In My Humble Opinion: Jeffrey Deitch (MBA 1978)
   The curator and collector on art and business

Measuring Impact
   Parsing results from the inaugural Harvard Impact Study

The People’s Pods
   What’s behind the rise of the podcast economy?

Ideas

The Western Front
   What the nation’s tech capital can teach the Pentagon (and vice versa)

Case Study: Paper Chase

Research Brief: The Benefits of Bias

Faculty Q&A: Price Check
   Assistant Professor Kris Ferreira on machine learning and optimization in online retail

Reinventing the Wheel
   Martijn Lopes Cardozo is turning old tires into new business

Off Script
   Prescriptions for the future of pharma

Ink

Alumni and Faculty Books for March 2016

IMPACT: HBS Campaign News

The HBS Fund for Leadership and Innovation

HBS Fund Helps Fuel Faculty Research and New Learning Experiences

Expressions of Support

The Harvard Business School Campaign: Regional Events