Maynard Media Academy faculty: articles and blogs on leadership
February 23, 2011
Boris Groysberg, a professor at the Harvard Business School and a teacher for the Maynard Media Academy, has just published an article in the Harvard Business Review on the skills needed to reach top leadership positions.
Boris provided this link:
If you're looking to read more on business skills and leadership, I recommend Professor Michael Roberto's blog. Michael has taught at Media Academy many times, both as a professor from the Harvard Business School and as a professor from Bryant University in Rhode Island. Media Academy participants may remember Michael's sessions on decision making and organizational culture using case studies of the final Columbia mission or the fatal 1996 Mt. Everest ascent.
Here's the link to his blog:
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