A new video series on faculty research, rolling out monthly from February through June 2017, showcases HBS’s distinctive approach to problem-solving—a virtuous cycle of research, case writing, teaching, and engagement with practitioners—that leads to ideas with broad and meaningful impact.
Six faculty members talk about how they identify and explore the ideas that fuel their teaching and influence business practice.
Professors Mike Norton and Francesca Gino talk about their collaborations in the lab and studying how rituals can predict and improve team performance.
Professor Emeritus Robert Kaplan on action research to lower the cost of health care and engaging with practitioners.
Associate Professor Raffaella Sadun explains how she uses data to explore how investments in information technology by organizations impacts productivity.
Professor Jan Rivkin discusses his passion for case writing and how the Lego case came to be.
✔ Check back monthly for more videos featuring HBS faculty research