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Old 22-06-2018, 12:51 AM   #1
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WTS: Harvard Business School Case Materials, Career Guide, HBP Books

Hi! I just graduated from Harvard Business School(HBS). Selling HBS Career Guide, School Notes and other materials. Prices are reasonable and priced for the masses. This is a chance to get hold of World No.1 Business School Notes. At Harvard, one case is on average worth 7 USD = 9.50 SGD.

Do take a look at my shop on Carousell. I also have more modules/notes listed there. Visit my shop for screenshots and preview. I am also selling brand new and pre-loved shirts, dresses, pullover and mugs.

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Harvard Business School Career & Professional Development Resources Official Book –

Communicating Your Personal Brand *VERY RARE*

HBS Official Book on how to land the perfect job. Learn from the No. 1 business school in the world ^ how to write and craft the perfect resume/cover letter that will impress your employer. Also learn expert advice on social networking to market yourself.

Harvard Business School Marketing Notes - Required Curriculum

Marketing
The objectives of this course are to demonstrate the role of marketing in the company; to explore the relationship of marketing to other functions; and to show how effective marketing builds on a thorough understanding of buyer behavior to create value for customers.

Students learn how to:

Make marketing decisions in the context of general management.
Control the elements of the marketing mix—product policy, channels of distribution, communication, and pricing—to satisfy customer needs profitably.
Use this knowledge in a brand management simulation. The course culminates in an examination of the evolution of marketing, particularly focusing on opportunities presented by the Internet.

Harvard Business School The Entrepreneurial Manager (TEM) Notes - Required Curriculum Spring 2018

The Entrepreneurial Manager (TEM)
This course addresses the issues faced by managers who wish to turn opportunity into viable organizations that create value, and empowers students to develop their own approaches, guidelines, and skills for being entrepreneurial managers.

The course teaches students how to:

Identify potentially valuable opportunities.
Obtain the resources necessary to pursue an opportunity and to create an entrepreneurial organization.
Manage the entrepreneurial organization once it has been established.
Grow the business into a sustainable enterprise.
Create and harvest value for the organization's stakeholders.

Harvard Business School E-Commerce Notes - Elective Curriculum Spring 2018

Selling Harvard Business School E-commerce Module Notes (Spring 2018)
Learn through case studies about E-commerce concepts.

1. Showrooming At Best Buy (515-019)
2. Attack Of The Clones (912-010)
3. Selling On Amazon At Tower Paddle Boards (517-047)
4. Flipkart (516-017)
5. The New York Times Paywall (512-077)
6. Airbnb, Etsy, Uber Accquiring The First Thousand Customers(516-094)
7. Airbnb, Etsy, Uber Growing From One Thousand To One Million Customers(516-108)
8. Improving Repurchase Rates At Zulily(516-083)
9. Building An E-Commerce Brand At Wayfair (516-028)
10. The Grommet (816-038)
11. Zalora Philippines From Growth To Profitability(517-009)
12. Amazon.com (809-014)
13. Should You Compete With Amazon Or Sell On Amazon(HBR Review Article) H02-WMN



Harvard Business School Founders' Journey Notes - Elective Curriculum Fall 2017

Selling Harvard Business School Founder Journey Module Notes (Fall 2017)
Learn through case studies about the startup journey of founders; key concepts such as equity splits and founder's agreement.

Uncharted Play (A) 9-816-018
Savage Beast (A) 9-809-069
Collective Academy 9-817-026
Founder-CEQ Succession at Wily Technology 9-805-150
Family Matters at ProLab 9-813-130
Negotiating Equity Splits at UpDown 9-809-020
Sam Martin & Cathy Slater 9-816-029
Yesware (A) 9-816-039
What is an Organization’s Culture 9-399-104
Clover Food Lab: Building out the Team 9-816-042
Help Scout 9-817-049
Micromax: Scaling the Largest Indian Mobile Handset Company 9-415-034
Note on Organizational Structure 9-491-083
Managing Segway’s Early Development 9-804-065
Triangulate: Stay, Pivot or Exit 9-817-059
Anthology: Pivoting the Business Model 9-817-066
Elon Musk: Balancing Purpose and Risk 9-817-040

5. Selling Harvard Business School BSSE Module Notes (Fall 2017)
Learn through case studies about BSSE concepts.

• Contents
• Course Research: Using the Case Method to Build and Teach
• Management Theory, Academy of Management Learning & Education
• Distinguishing Good Advice from Bad PDF
• Level 5 Leadership: The Triumph of Humility and Fierce Resolve R0507M
• Flow Can We Beat Our Most Powerful Competitors? 1536BC
• Disruptive IPOs? WR Hambrecht & Co. 9-610-065
• What is Disruptive Innovation? R1512B
• Continuous Casting Investments at USX Corp. 9-697-020
• Introduction to Incentive-Based Sales Compensation Systems 617-037
• SonoSite: A View Inside 602-056
• Assessing Your Organization’s Capabilities: Resources, Processes, and
• Priorities
• 607-014
• Managing Innovation at Nypro (A) 696-061
• What is an Organization’s Culture? 399-104
• Hospital Equipment Corp. 697-086
• Integrating Around the Job to Be Done 611-004
• The Walt Disney Company- Theme Parks
• Floodgate: On the Hunt for Thunder Lizards 617-044
• MP3 Portable Audio Players and the Recorded Music Industry 608-119
• Driving towards a Disruption 612-101
• Exploration vs. Exploitation 614-004
• GM vs. Ford: The Evolution of Mass Production (A) 614-010
• The New M&A Playbook R1103B
• Arrow Electronics - The Apollo Acquisition 607-007
• Intel Corporation’s Internal Ecology of Strategy Making SM-95
• Discovery Driven Planning 95406
• DuPont Kevlar Aramid Industrial Fiber (Abridged) 698-079
• Innovation Killers R0801F
• On the Use of Capital Efficiency Metrics 612-034
• Boeing 737 Manufacturing Footprint: The Wichita Decision
• Modularity in Design and Manufacturing: Application to Commercial
• Aircraft
• 612-036
• 612-035
• What Arc Business Models and How Arc They Built? 610-019
• Netflix in 2011 615-007
• HomeAway: Organizing the Vacation Rental Industry 615-036
• Pandora Radio: Fire Unprofitable Customers? 610-077
• Researching a Company 610-024
• One More Time: How do you motivate employees? R0301F
• Jieliang Phone Home! (A) 609-080
• Jieliang Phone Home! (B) 609-081
• Identifying and Developing Capable Leaders 601-054
• Hewlett-Packard: The Flight of the Kittyhawk (A) 606-088
• Rational Choice and Managerial Decision- Making 614-048
• Intel NBI: Intel Corporation's New Business Initiatives (A) 609-043
• AmazonFresh: Rekindling the Online Grocery Market 615-013
• chotuKool: '‘Little Cool,” Big Opportunity 616-020
• Using Aggregate Project Planning to Link Strategy, Innovation, and the
• Resource Allocation Process
• 301-041
• OnStar: Not Your Father’s General Motors 610-029
• How Will You Measure Your Life R1007B


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