HBS Executive Education in Europe
Recognized for its rich heritage in global leadership, management education, and groundbreaking research, Harvard Business School (HBS) is deeply rooted in the world economy. To facilitate faculty research and case development on an international scale, HBS has established six global research centers in key regions. This powerful network enables the HBS faculty to work with leaders of industry, government, and academia worldwide, while capitalizing on business challenges and innovations wherever they occur. Through sustained fieldwork, they are immersed in the unique cultures, values, and nuances that lead to meaningful and insightful research.
Founded in 2003 and located in Paris, the Europe Research Center (ERC) plays a vital role in helping HBS engage the expertise of business and academic leaders in Europe and develop long-term relationships that are mutually rewarding. By facilitating case study development and research, HBS faculty delve into one of the world's most important economic regions.
Global in perspective, the HBS Executive Education programs in Europe examine the complex issues facing companies in developed and emerging markets around the world. These distinct offerings incorporate the renowned HBS case study method—an interactive real-life model—and are taught by full-time HBS faculty who represent a range of business disciplines, including general management, finance, negotiation, organizational behavior, and strategy.
Reinforcing their global orientation, the HBS programs in Europe attract an elite group of business executives from every continent, a variety of industries, and across diverse business functions. The result is an unparalleled learning experience that furthers the success of both the individual and the organization.