Wednesday, 06/3/15 at 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Thursday, 06/4/15 at 5:30pm
Wednesday, 06/17/15 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Monday, 08/17/15 at 6:00pm - 8:30pm
Thursday, 09/17/15 at 12:00am - 8:15pm
Wednesday, 03/30/16 at 5:30pm - 8:45pm
Executive Summary from the February 26, 2015 event.
Summary from our April 1st event moderated by Larry Gulko.
A summary of the "Our Aging Market" Grand Forum event.
A summary of the February 12th event.
A summary of the January 8th event.
Presentations from the discussion on November 20th.
Presentation from the discussion on October 14th.
Two-thirds of sell-out crowd continue lively debate an hour beyond session end.
“It is not just about being connected; it is about being well connected.”
Richard Whiteley lead a lively workshop on October 20th, translating powerful and practical application of Shamans to our current business challenges.
Fifty to 70 percent of major strategic initiatives fail to achieve their desired results. Why are organizations leaving so much potential performance on the table? The answer is, that...
A summary of the recent CEO Breakfast with Kenny Dichter
On Thursday, June 7th, we presented our first Webinar.
On April 25th, to a full house, we welcomed three CEOs from leading Boston healthcare systems to share insights on surviving - and thriving – in a Challenging Environment.
"The HBS Association of Boston Announces The Team Competing For $50K in Worldwide Contest," by Lauren Landry, BostInno, April 12, 2012
The Supreme Court held an unprecedented three days of hearings on the charge by 26 states that the Affordable Care Act - the most sweeping transformation in Federal healthcare since Medicare/Medicaid Program- is Unconstitutional.
An all-star panel of VC and angel investors shared their insights on where to find the money for your new venture and start up.
The Harvard Crimson, January 31, 2012. By Brian C. Zhang, Crimson Staff Writer
Implications for Corporate Leaders
Jeff Taylor, founder of Monster moderated a discussion with Kayak’s founder Paul English, Rue La La’s Ben Fischman and Gazelle’s Israel Ganot: The Kick Off Event for the 2012 HBSAB Alumni New Venture Contest
Lively discussion about how leaders create economic and social value.
A great day, a great time for all those aboard!
A letter from Rick Williams, the new President of HBSAB
Expert advises us to "play the game based on the rules in place today, and monitor circumstantial and legal changes."
Professor highlights erosion of "Industrial Commons" that provide the bedrock of innovation.
"We live in a dynamic world – you need as many arrows in your quiver as you can get.”
A more balanced number of buyers and sellers is expected to improve M&A valuation climate and drive overall activity over the next 12 months, according to results of Nixon Peabody's latest M&A Executive Insights survey
Bill Sahlman and Mike Roberts’ webinar about “Business Plan Basics” is particularly relevant in light of the Alumni New Venture Contest. The contests are local by club so be sure to check out when yours is taking place if you’re interested in appl
Incorporates new design, content-driven social features to add more value to local alumni.
Exclusive private screening for local alumni features chat with film Producer Bill Marks
Sees the dawn of HBS’ second century as "an important marker in both human and institutional life."
Professor Ranjay Gulati Discusses shares his thoughts on the business challenges and opportunities created by today's "turbulent times," while a sold-out Alumni crowd shares and commiserates!
Virtual Learning Series Event features Professor Bill Sahlman, analyzing the root causes of our current financial situation, and proposing some tough changes to get out of it.
Tarun Khanna explores implications of the ascent of Brazil, Russia, India and China as world powers.
Studies find weighting of risks and returns is counter-intuitive... Investors aren't always compensated for elevated risks, and volatility has been richly rewarded when valuations are low.
Recording of Webinar presented on April 10th.
A summary of the program with Tony Wagner
Charlie Schick, PhD, WorldWide Director of Marketing Big Data, Healthcare and Life Sciences presented "Predictive Power of Big Data Analytics in Healthcare"
In early June, about 125 members and guests came together at The Moakley Courthouse and enjoyed an evening of club business, a keynote speaker and dinner.
A brief summary of the event that was held September 12th.
HBSAABN Launch and Angel Investing 101 Panel
On Tuesday, October 23rd, a lovely fall evening, the HBSAB held a Night on the Town Dinner at a fabulous spot in Concord
Sending Clear Signals, Do Others "Get" Your Value?
Recap of the November 27th event!
Summary details of February 20th program.
A summary of the April 2nd event held at HBS.
A summary of the discussion with our special guest Robert Draper and twenty-two HBS members and guests over dinner on May 20th. The Crimson Dinners launched in 2013 and will be offered throughout the year.
Highlights of the NVP Pitch Night by David Laubner
4 HBS Alumni-Founded Startups to Keep Tabs On Moving into Competition Season by Lauren Landry of BostInno
Summary and presentations from the panel discussion in collaboration with the HBS Alumni Angels of Greater Boston and New England and as part of the series of programs for the HBSAB New Venture Program.