Harvard Business School
Harvard Business School (HBS)'s mission is to educate leaders who make a difference in the world. For more than a century, the school's faculty have drawn on their passion for teaching, their experience in working with organizations worldwide, and the insights gained from their research to educate generations of leaders who have shaped the practice of business in every industry and in every country around the world.
Key aspects underlying the School's success include:
- The Case Method, introduced to business education in 1925 by HBS faculty
- Pioneering Research, from the creation and development of the field of organizational behavior and marketing to key advances in understanding the nature of leadership, strategy, and decision making
- Closeness to Practice, with case studies replicating actual business situations and management conditions and research firmly grounded in knowledge of business processes
- International Scope, with a network of global centers and offices in key cities around the world
- A Vital Residential Community, enriched by a self-contained, residential campus that forms its own vibrant community.
HBS offers an MBA program, nine Doctoral programs, and more than 80 Executive Education programs.