Tag Archives: Harvard

Six buildings that shaped Harvard history

Just a short video on a little Harvard history.

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September 25, 2013 · 12:47 pm

Secret of the Swiss Watchmakers: why the Swiss watch industry resisted change?

Michael Tushman another Harvard faculty and part of the MIT innovation discourse talks to MBAs about the motives of the Swiss watch industry at the time of disruptive innovation. I thought it just ties in well with the last post. He gives a short explanation of why the swiss watchmaker industry resisted change when new disruptive technology arrived with lower prices and better performance.

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June 17, 2013 · 12:56 pm

Business is not Evil: Rebecca Henderson Interview

It is always a pleasure to listen to or read a paper from Rebecca Henderson.

I would love to see even more managers around the world sharing Rebecca Henderson’s view on business. In this short interview, she talks about how business schools, led by HBS, try to raise future business leaders to become people who take an active role in solving social problems, and creating real value not just for the stakeholders, but for the rest of the population. .

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May 17, 2013 · 6:02 am