Passion and Purpose Stories from the Best and Brightest Young Business Leaders

ISBN-10: 1422162664

ISBN-13: 9781422162668

Edition: 2011

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List price: $25.95
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Harvard Business Review Press
Publication date: 11/29/2011
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 320
Size: 6.50" wide x 10.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.232
Language: English

John Coleman earned an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Dean’s Award winner, and an MPA from Harvard Kennedy School, where he was a Zuckerman Fellow and a George Fellow. Daniel Gulati holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, where he was a Baker Fellow and an Arthur Rock Fellow, and is the founding CEO of FashionStake, a venture-backed fashion company. W. Oliver Segovia received an MBA with Distinction from Harvard Business School.

Convergence: Creating Opportunities Across Sectors
Floating Above the Boxes: Business, Nonprofit, and the Age of Falling Boundaries
Learning from Kibera: Nonprofit Lessons for Business from East Africa's Largest Slum
Commerce and Culture: Combining Business and the Arts
Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Business of Peace
Business in the World: How Corporations Can Be Change Agents
Interview with David Gergen, adviser to four presidents, Director of Harvard's Center for Public Leadership, and senior political analyst for CNN
Globalization: Embracing the Global Generation
Bridging Two Worlds: An India Story
QatarDebate: Education, Civic Engagement, and Leadership in the Arabian Gulf
Emerging Social Enterprise: Learning the Business of Agriculture in Tanzania
Global Citizen Year: Learning from the World
The Business of Reconciliation: How Cows and Co-ops Are Paving the Way for Genuine Reconciliation in Rwanda
Interview with Dominic Barton, Global Managing Director of McKinsey & Company
People: Leading in a Diverse World
Nonconforming Culture: How to Feel Comfortable in Who You Are No Matter Where You Are
Diversity Day: Whole People, Whole Organizations, and a Whole New Approach to Diversity
Women and the Workplace: Tasneem Dohadwala
Joyful on the Job: A Generation Pursuing Happiness at Work
People Leadership from Baghdad to Boston
Interview with Deb Henretta, CEO, P&G Asia
Sustainability: Integrating Preservation and Profits
A Sustainable Career
From Safety Nets to Trampolines
The Value of Community Partnerships in Addressing Climate Change
Interview with Carter Roberts, CEO, World Wildlife Fund
Technology: Competing by Connecting
Building an Online Marketplace
Technology and Social Good: Loans, Relays and the Power of Community
Mobile Millennial
Interview with Joe Kennedy, CEO and President of Pandora
Learning: Educating Tomorrow's Leaders
The Leadership Boot Camp: Training the Next Generation of Corporate Leaders
The MBA of Hard Knocks: Why Fast Failure Is the Best Thing for Business Education
The New Corporate Classrooms: Training's Tectonic Technological Shift
Tackling Financial Illiteracy
The Education of a Millennial Leader
Interview with Rich Lyons, Dean, Haas Business School University of California-Berkeley
Moving Forward
Capstone Interview with HBS Dean, Nitin Nohria
Appendix: About the Passion and Purpose MBA Student Survey
About the Contributors
About the Authors
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