Professors are experimenting with the same model in this live virtual classroom, with students from all over the world. Sixty monitors bring in students in real-time, from behind their own computers into this single space.
In June 2014, Harvard Business School entered the digital learning platform market with HBX CORe, an online programme using cases to teach the fundamentals of business to selected college students and recent company recruits. We revisit this pedagogical experiment that we first wrote about a year ago at the time of its launch.
Holden Gibbons is a veteran of the war in Afghanistan who returned home with a commitment to social change. He enrolled in the June 2015 HBX CORe cohort to realize his entrepreneurial ambitions and gain a strong business skillset.
Accounting gets a bad rap, but it's an incredibly useful subject to learn. Plus, it's not as complicated as you might think! Here are four reasons why everyone can benefit from understanding basic accounting.
People often refer to the iPhone as being “disruptive” – and they’re right – if they’re referring to the 2007 first generation release, which delivered laptop-type functionality for a fraction of the price.