Hbr Law Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Harvard Business School is the graduate business school of Harvard University. Located in Boston, Massachusetts, it is consistently ranked among the top business schools in the world and offers a large full-time MBA program, management-related doctoral programs, and many executive education programs.

David Kenney mentioned, "As I look back I realize my first thoughts about HBS in the fall of 1959 were correct. It is a significantly awful place to spend one year and nine months."


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Operations (Former Employee) says

"Undergoing constant change with an identity crisis and no end in sight. Lots of promises made, no real effort to address issues. No clear mission, so everything is urgent and important. Meetings Meetings Meetings and meetings about the meeting. Be prepared to meet with your boss, their boss, then them both together, monthly. Reorganization poorly handled, financial system revamp poorly handled. People are overly emotional and negative. Burnt out."

Consultant (Temporary) says

"I was put in a role where I had basically no direct contact with the person reviewing my work. Cons: They don't really need you"

Full Time Employee (Former Employee) says

"The leadership team is a joke, particularly their new HR leader. I’ve never seen anything like it. They lie to their employees about the company’s future. Stay away if you want a long-term opportunity. Zero chance for advancement as well. Cons: Everything"

Accounting Clerk (Former Employee) says

"Environment stiff, not friendly at all. Most employees look you right in the face and didn't speak. No common courtesy. Everyone there seemed on edge. Cons: Cold atmosphere"

Senior Consultant (Former Employee) says

"Depending on your practice group, you could wind up working more hours than you'd like. And if your time is billable, then you need to be productive and get those monthly numbers up!"

Consultant (Former Employee) says

"I was hired as a consultant but let go after four months because of problems with my manager. I liked the work and I enjoyed the people except for my boss. They do a terrible job of guiding young consultants with minimal experience."

Senior Director (Former Employee) says

"Good company and good opportunities for those early in their career. Nice people to work with and strong compensation model."