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Harvard Business School

Archive-It Partner Since: Jun, 2013

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

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Harvard Business School is a leading international research institution on the creation and development of prominent global industries. HBS’s Baker Library Special Collections is home to one of the world’s most comprehensive and diverse collections of business history and allows global scholars to follow the trails of business history across companies, industries, individuals and movements. Additionally Special Collections’ HBS Archives record the history of the Harvard Business School from its founding in 1908 to the current day. Major components of the collection include the teaching files and research papers of HBS faculty as well as the official records of all administrative departments. Through its web archiving efforts, Special Collections is committed to documenting the legacy of business and HBS in the digital age.

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HBS Centennial

Archived since: Mar, 2016


In 2008, Harvard Business School celebrated its Centennial anniversary with a variety of events, projects, and leadership initiatives. This website describes several of these events including the Global Business Summit where more than 2,000 world leaders gathered to discuss seminal business issues, The Conversation, in which HBS faculty posed questions on major issues, and Colloquia, where HBS faculty collaborated with academic colleagues and practitioners to explore a variety of topics. Also included is the Institutional Memory website which has been captured and described in a separate collection.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Centennial celebrations History, 20th Century Education, Higher Globalization,  Leadership

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