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May 15, 2006

New Path: Setting New Professional Directions --for Women

From HBS Workingknowledge:

The swift current of modern business presents a challenge for any woman deciding to temporarily step out of the corporate rapids to tend to family or other concerns. While they are away competitors come and go, technology constantly changes the nature of how business is done, and even the way we dress for success evolves over time.

Harvard Business School professor Myra Hart, an expert in high potential entrepreneurship, has offered several programs over the years to help HBS alumnae quickly regain the skills they need to re-enter the work force. This spring she brought together faculty and staff to create New Path: Setting New Professional Directions. In this interview, Hart explains the program and her hopes that future sessions can be expanded.

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FYI, Myra Hart was one of the founders of Staples, before going back to get her Ph.D at HBS.

Posted by Becky at May 15, 2006 3:32 PM Posted to Business School News | Perspectives