Start-ups

In a cabaret-style event we celebrated the mistakes, the mishaps and the learning curves of the entrepreneurial journey.  Read more

Emily Ambrose, one of our US-based bloggers, describes the effect of sharing ideas on a campus so close to Silicon Valley Read more

What does an MBA have in store after all? Is it the high paying job? A fancy designation? A dream organisation to work in? Perhaps it would not be a stretch to take all these as a realistic take-away from a distinguished management course. But am I limiting my options? Read more

Madhavi Rao outlines in her blog some of the professional reasons behind her decision to study at Ross School of Business, Universisty of Michigan Read more

Harvard Business School blogger Jennifer Soffen has graduated and now faces a future in which there will be few benchmarks.  Read more

Want to raise money, approach a venture capitalist, but unsure how to do it? Jennifer Soffen who blogs from Harvard Business School has some tips.  Read more

Innovation is a large part of life in Beijing. A three-day seminar gave students the opportunity to experience it to the full Read more

For many business school students the interview season is upon them and recruiters are flooding the campuses. Students find that they have to prepare carefully and do their homework ahead of any interview Read more

A conversation over dinner can prove to be illuminating and give fresh insights into sectors and markets. Read more

With the school year coming to a close with graduation last week, I asked my friend and previous interview subject Freddy Flaxman to briefly share his reflections on Harvard Business School with an address to our fellow graduating Class of 2012. These were his thoughts. Read more

Ask most MBA applicants how they would choose between HBS and Stanford Graduate School of Business, and most would reply that HBS was the stellar old-school business brand, whereas Stanford is the place you go to launch tech startups. From the professional ambitions of my friends who have been to each this is broadly true. Read more