Harvard Business Innovation Series
Q: What do Harvard, Apple, Vogue and The Oakland A's baseball team have in common?
A: They all feature in the inaugural Business Innovation Series to be delivered in Melbourne commencing June 2015.
All graduates of the Harvard Business School will be familiar with the case study learning method and know that the cases based on actual businesses, provide a powerful way of learning and improving communication skills.
The Business Innovation Series has been created to provide innovation education through the innovative "case study" method.
Harvard case studies on Apple, Vogue and the Oakland A's will be taught by our faculty, led by former Harvard Business School Professor Michael Vitale.
The series will be delivered across 4 classes over 4 months (one per month) at NAB's Arena venue at 700 Bourke Street.
It's a unique opportunity for Alumni, their colleagues and their clients.
Places are limited.
Click here to download the detailed brochure for information on Learning outcomes, dates, faculty, participant eligibility and application closing dates.
To book, visit www.trybooking.com/HDUB.
Net proceeds from the series will be used to help fund the Harvard Club of Victoria's Non-Profit Fellowship that sends up to 3 CEO's of Victorian Non-Profit organisations to Harvard each year.