An Integrated Educational Partnership
Harvard Business School and Guanghua School of Management, Peking University have joined academic forces to deliver the Driving Corporate Performance—China, which will leverage the Balanced Scorecard concept to implement value-creating strategies. Applying the principles of academic rigor, diversity, and impactful learning, this powerful educational alliance enables the outstanding faculty team to tailor a senior management program with unique relevance to China.
For more than a century, the mission of Harvard Business School (HBS) has been to educate leaders who make a difference in the world. Renowned for its legacy of innovation, HBS introduced the case method to management education, developed the concept of executive education, and created the world's first MBA program. A global network of seven research centers on four continents extends the School's groundbreaking research efforts to the international marketplace. Founded in 1908, HBS is a longstanding world leader in redefining the nature of management education, shaping the practice of business in every industry, and inventing the future of business.
Formerly known as the Center of Management Science, Guanghua School of Management was established in 1985 and was named after its largest benefactor in 1994. It is a public, non-for-profit business school under Peking University, the oldest, most prestigious university in the Chinese speaking countries. Guanghua strives to achieve global competitiveness among the world's leading business education providers. It is the first school to offer undergraduate, MBA, EMBA, EDP, and Ph.D. programs in China. Committed to creating and spreading the most advanced economic and management knowledge, the school now has 101 full-time faculty members and boasts of an alumni network of over 10,000 graduates.