This Case is about ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
PUBLICATION DATE: February 25, 2013 PRODUCT #: 413013-PDF-ENG
Eight girls had first registered in the conventional MBA program in 1963 of Harvard Business School. By 2013, the amount of females had reached 40% in the MBA classroom.
The 50th birthday of women’s employment in the conventional MBA program gave HBS Dean Nitin Nohria the occasion to take stock of the development that had been developed by HBS women students and alumnae and contemplate what still stay put to be done.Women MBAs at Harvard Business School 1962 2012 Case Solution
The case analyzes the evolving experiences of female and male MBAs over the decades through interviews with the experiences of female faculty in the School, along with dozens of HBS alumni. The case scrutinizes several problems facing professional women, including shifting definitions of diversity and success, obstacles faced by girls on the job, the expectations of work and family, and present day significance for the pipeline of future women leaders. Pupils think about the function of the School in addressing inequalities on campus and in the broader business world.