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The decision making process – a HBS or a US teaching?

HBS is the school renowned for training tomorrow’s leaders by helping them to make better decisions. HBS has been using the case base approach to do so for decades. As I just started my MBA at HBS, it is too early for me to comment on the efficiency of this approach. However, as an international student who has been in the US for about two weeks now, I have noticed that the US soil is itself is a place where you are forced to continuously practice your own decision making process. Continue reading


HBS MBA: resetting your life

Hundreds of students are gathering in and around Boston for the upcoming start of the HBS MBA program later this month. They rush to Target(*) for a last piece of furniture, they get their paperwork sorted in Cambrigde and start meeting up with their their future fellow students for a drink at Harvard Square. Continue reading