Research: Poor Health Reduces Global GDP by 15% Each Year

harvardbusiness.org · 8 Jul

The pandemic has demonstrated that rapid health care transformation is possible - and necessary.

Pricing Strategies for Uncertain Times
Pricing Strategies for Uncertain Times

harvardbusiness.org · 7 Jul

A conversation with pricing expert Rafi Mohammed on when and how to change prices in response to Covid-19.

Reimagining Capitalism for a Broken World
Reimagining Capitalism for a Broken World

harvardbusiness.org · 24 Jun

Can capitalism save democracy - and itself?

How to Convince Your Sales Team to Adopt a Subscription Model

harvardbusiness.org · 23 Jun

Nearly 90% of subscription businesses are stable or growing right now.

Why Investing in Procurement Makes Organizations More Resilient

harvardbusiness.org · 17 Jun

For decades, we’ve placed efficiency at the center of strategy: We’ve run operations as close to full capacity as we can. We’ve ordered from supplier

Businesses Must Reclaim Prudent Accounting Principles

harvardbusiness.org · 12 Jun

Beyond its human toll, Covid-19 has wrought upon us a daunting economic toll. In a matter of just two weeks in mid-March 2020, entire industries and

Reimagine Your Nonprofit to Survive the Crisis

harvardbusiness.org · 1 Jun

Four key areas to focus on: impact, people, finances, and community.

Why One CEO Decided to Return $250 Million in Government Relief Funds

harvardbusiness.org · 1 Jun

Our company is qualified for the funding... But philosophically, we don't need the money to stay open.

Can the "Cummings Way" Live on After the Founder Retires?
Can the "Cummings Way" Live on After the Founder Retires?

harvardbusiness.org · 26 May

After billionaire and philanthropist Bill Cummings retires, the management team at Cummings Properties must determine how to move the company forward

The Key to Successful Succession Planning for Family Businesses

harvardbusiness.org · 15 May

The succession process is one of the biggest challenges facing family firms, as most fail to remain a family business past the second generation.

Passion for Your Startup Doesn't Have to Mean Constant Stress
Passion for Your Startup Doesn't Have to Mean Constant Stress

harvardbusiness.org · 11 May

Research finds that self-awareness training is key.

In a Downturn, Include Your Employees in Cost-Cutting Decisions

harvardbusiness.org · 5 May

Almost every business is reorganizing its operations in response to the economic slowdown caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

How Struggling Businesses Can Renegotiate Rent

harvardbusiness.org · 5 May

Tens of millions of businesses around the world are currently struggling to cover their overheads, and most economic activity is being generated from

How Retailers Can Reach Consumers Who Aren't Spending

harvardbusiness.org · 16 Apr

U.S. retail sales dropped a historic 8.7% in March 2020.

Assessing Coronavirus's Impact on Your Business Model
Assessing Coronavirus's Impact on Your Business Model

harvardbusiness.org · 15 Apr

A framework to help you identify potential risks and opportunities.

Bringing Manufacturing Back to the U.S. Is Easier Said Than Done
Bringing Manufacturing Back to the U.S. Is Easier Said Than Done

harvardbusiness.org · 15 Apr

What will it take to reverse a decades-long shift to global supply chains?

5 Ways to Stimulate Cash Flow in a Downturn

harvardbusiness.org · 8 Apr

Business leaders have rightly focused on the most urgent issues regarding Covid-19, such as the safety of their employees and customers, and the secu

What Coronavirus Could Mean for the Global Economy
What Coronavirus Could Mean for the Global Economy

harvardbusiness.org · 3 Mar

Having largely ignored Covid-19 as it spread across China, global financial markets reacted strongly last week when the virus spread to Europe and th

Why Business Leaders Should Solve Problems Beyond Their Companies
Why Business Leaders Should Solve Problems Beyond Their Companies

harvardbusiness.org · 21 Jan

Rosabeth Moss Kanter, professor at Harvard Business School, believes the world demands a new kind of business leader. She says so-called 'advanced le

A Guide to the Big Ideas and Debates in Corporate Governance
A Guide to the Big Ideas and Debates in Corporate Governance

harvardbusiness.org · 14 Oct

The questions that boards, managers, and shareholders should be asking.

Why Consolidating Brands Can Be a Strategic Mistake
Why Consolidating Brands Can Be a Strategic Mistake

harvardbusiness.org · 17 Sep

Are you doing it for your customers - or yourself?