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Harvard Business School (HBS), is an internationally acknowledged graduate business school. It is regularly ranked among the best business schools in the world and provides several executive education and management programs, as well as a large part-time MBA program. Established in 1800, HBS is one of the oldest business schools at Harvard University. The school has various departments including Economics, International Business, Management, Marketing, and Organizational Security. A few of the notable scholars who have contributed to the field of business at HBS include Robert Kiyosaki, hips Kim Sung-Yi, Harvard Professor emeritus Henry Allison, former Canadian Prime Minister John Fraser King, and current Chief Executive Officer Ray Pisciuto.

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Harvard Business School also offers an Executive Education Program (EAP), an initiative of the school that helps businesses identify the gaps that can be resolved with effective management program. For each year since 2021, this executive education program has received high accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), which makes it one of the Accredited Business Schools on the Web. The program covers a broad range of topics such as vision and leadership, operations and strategy, human resources, systems and information management, strategic management, global management, financial and business counseling, and HR management. The areas that are covered in the course are: Corporate Performance, Financial Strategy, Strategic Leadership, Sales and Marketing, Operations and Organization, Branding and Personality, Branding Theory, Competition and Policy, Human Resources, and Development and Growth.


Robert Kiyosaki is a professor at the Harvard Business School, and is a former chief investment strategist for Goldman Sachs and a former hedge fund manager. He is currently an entrepreneur, advisor, consultant, and author. In 2021, he wrote a book entitled Rich Dad Poor Dad, which is a treatise on financial issues and was inspired by the experience of his own family. Mr. Kiyosaki'sashi also serves as the co-chairman of New York University's Global Business School. Previously, he served as an economic adviser to Citibank, where he had consulted on mortgage financing, restructuring, mergers and acquisitions, and debt and credit counseling. Since retiring from Citibank in 1998, Kiyosaki has dedicated most of his efforts to educational philanthropy.


John Macalus is a professor of finance at the MBA university in London, specializing in banking and financial management. A former CFO for BCG, he is now a professor at the Business School of New York University focusing on international finance and mergers. Prior to founding a management consultancy in London, Macalus served as an executive for Morgan Stanley, where he was responsible for the firm's worldwide restructuring and turnaround plan. He has also served as the chief operating officer for Pimco, one of the largest insurance companies in the world.


Nicholas Paltiel is a former hedge fund manager who is now an entrepreneur focusing on strategic management and technology. Before that, he was the CFO for JC Penny, one of the largest discount retailers in the United States. Prior to that role, he was the CFO for Lehman Brothers, where he handled all financial matters. Since leaving Lehman Brothers, Paltiel has become a consultant with McKinsey and has become the CFO for Capstone Investment Management. While at Capstone, he also became the CFO for Alfa Investments, another discount retailer. Prior to that, he served as the CFO for Yahoo! Retail, where he worked with Yahoo!


Robert Kiyosaki is currently a professor at the Finance and Business School of New York University. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio and is a dual American/ Nigerian citizen. He graduated summa cum laude from Harvard University and holds a bachelor's degree in Business and Economics from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Robert Kiyosaki is currently on leave of absence due to what he calls "a personal family crisis.

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