Meet the 2011 Alumni Achievement Award recipients
With urban areas already home to half the world’s people and with billions more residents on the way, making cities successful is key to the planet’s environmental and societal well-being.
Jaime Augusto Zobel de Ayala (MBA ’87) helped to transform Manila’s rundown metropolitan water system from an inefficient public utility into a model public-private partnership.
From grass-fueled power plants to carbon-negative cement, HBS alumni are working to put the “green” in green business.
When its doors swung open on January 22, 2001, the Spangler Center instantly transformed life on campus. Ten years later, it’s hard to imagine the HBS community without it.
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