Successful companies that stay on the cutting edge have one thing in common—they continue to learn and innovate. To help both startups and established enterprises create, manage, and sustain growth, Harvard Business School (HBS) Executive Education is bringing back its popular alumni program, Breakthrough Insights. Designed to connect HBS alumni with the latest faculty research and thinking, this year's unique offering will feature faculty cochairs Clay Christensen and Rory McDonald. Participants will explore new business models and strategies for leading breakthrough innovation, capturing market opportunities, and securing a competitive advantage.

Who Is Right for the Program

This unique program is limited to alumni of Harvard Business School. Participants from a wide range of industries, countries, cultures, and business types will come together to share diverse perspectives in a stimulating exchange with faculty and peers.

Read More

This unique program is limited to alumni of Harvard Business School. Participants from a wide range of industries, countries, cultures, and business types will come together to share diverse perspectives in a stimulating exchange with faculty and peers.

Read More

faculty

Faculty Cochair
Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration. Member of the General Management Unit; faculty cochair of "Breakthrough Insights." Read Full Bio
Faculty Cochair
Assistant Professor of Business Administration. Member of the Technology and Operations Management Unit; faculty cochair of "Breakthrough Insights." Read Full Bio

View All Program Faculty

Clayton M. Christensen

Faculty Cochair
Kim B. Clark Professor of Business Administration. Member of the General Management Unit; faculty cochair of "Breakthrough Insights."

Rory McDonald

Faculty Cochair
Assistant Professor of Business Administration. Member of the Technology and Operations Management Unit; faculty cochair of "Breakthrough Insights."

View All Faculty

Programs, dates, fees, and faculty are subject to change.

In accordance with Harvard University policy, Harvard Business School does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, sex or sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, political beliefs, veteran status, or disability in admission to, access to, treatment in, or employment in its programs and activities.