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Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School has long been distinguished by its focus on general management. But while general management once suggested the administration of large, complex, and relatively stable businesses, today the same term describes a broader role. General management now encompasses all those who create, shape, adapt, and manage enterprises large or small, new or old in highly dynamic, global environments.
Building on its 50-year history of research and teaching in this area, Harvard Business School emphasizes a behavioral model of entrepreneurship; defining it as the pursuit of opportunity beyond the resources currently controlled and, further, as a way of managing. The major challenge that confronts the entrepreneur achieving objectives with limited resources under conditions of great uncertainty is now familiar to every business leader. The School's ongoing commitment to entrepreneurial issues is creating intellectual capital of great value to the managers of companies of all varieties.