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Immigration Strategies & New Opportunities for Foreign Entrepreneurs

In this presentation, Goldman discussed how the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services has announced that the H-1B nonimmigrant and National Interest Waiver immigrant visa categories will now be more friendly to foreign national entrepreneurs who are creating jobs in the US.

This interactive workshop helped to clarify the viability of this new initiative; offered foreign national entrepreneurs a road-map which may make all the difference when filing immigration petitions; and helped start-up companies understand where they are heading when they have key personnel who have immigration considerations.

Goldman shared strategies for documenting “significant impact in the field” required for National Interest Waivers; how an entrepreneur with his/her own start-up can prove a legitimate “employer—employee” relationship that is required for H-1B; and the best timing for filing immigration petitions.

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How Emerging-Market Companies Should Expand

Krishna Palepu, Harvard Business School professor, uses Bharti Airtel to explain how companies from emerging markets can reach a global consumer base.

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A Brief History of Doing Well by Doing Good

Nancy Koehn, Harvard Business School professor and historian, explains how socially responsible business dates back to modern capitalism’s founding era.

Geoffrey Moore Speaks at Harvard Innovation Lab

Harvard Innovation Lab Presents: “Startup Secrets Wrap Up" with Michael Skok, partner at North Bridge Venture Partners and Geoffrey Moore, venture partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures (MDV) and author of Crossing the Chasm and Escape Velocity.

The Harvard innovation lab is a new and innovative initiative fostering team-based and entrepreneurial activities and deepening interactions among Harvard students, faculty, entrepreneurs, and members of the Allston and Greater Boston community. 

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Three Pitfalls Startup Founders Must Avoid | HBS

Noam Wasserman, Harvard Business School professor, outlines the three Rs: Relationship decisions, Roles decisions, and Rewards decisions.

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EdX: The Future of Online Education

EdX is a not-for-profit joint venture between Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to offer online versions of their classes and those of other universities. At the same time, edX will support Harvard and MIT faculty in conducting research on teaching and learning on campus through tools that enrich classroom and laboratory experiences. The goal of this initiative is to create a global community of online learners while improving education for everyone. 

Changing Healthcare through IT Innovation - Harvard School of Public Health

David Blumenthal, MD, is Professor of Medicine and Professor of Health Care Policy at Massachusetts General Hospital/Partners Health System and Harvard Medical School. He also serves as Chief Health Information and Innovation Officer at Partners Health System in Boston, MA. From 2009 to 2011, Dr. Blumenthal was the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology under President Barack Obama. He spoke at HSPH on Feb. 6, 2012, as part of the Decision-making: Voices from the Field series.

The goal of the Decision-making: Voices from the Field series at Harvard School of Public Health is to enhance the decision-making knowledge of students and to generate ideas that can provide solutions and strategies to challenging global and domestic health problems. Senior decision-makers are invited to specifically address the practical aspects of judgment and decision making. Students learn from these experienced leaders what decisions worked, what decisions failed, and what decisions, if any, could have been made differently.

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