Solutions Exhibition – HBS Hacks: Solving for the Future of Work in San Francisco
May 18, 2018
5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The world of work is constantly changing at an ever-increasing pace. Technological breakthroughs are upending traditional work everywhere—from grocery store self-checkout stands to software automating bookkeeping—and causing both displacement and new opportunities for workers. Many see it as an inevitable brewing storm. But is there a way society can be better prepared for it?
HBS Hacks, an innovative, hands-on, interactive event, brings together alumni from diverse backgrounds to tackle the question of the future of work in San Francisco. How can displaced workers best be redeployed? How can business, government, and nonprofit leaders come together to mitigate the effects of worker displacement? How should entrants to the workforce best prepare themselves?
The Solutions Exhibition enables you to see the culmination of a full day event where teams have earlier crafted prototype solutions for testing and evaluation in industry, the City of San Francisco, local colleges, and nonprofits. Hear new creative approaches and listen to cross-sector judging panels react to the feasibility and sustainability of the ideas. Meet a network of cross-sector leaders eager to take the winning ideas to the next level over the course of the next year, with an HBS Community Partners team ready to help facilitate the process.
For more information and to participate in the Solutions Exhibition, click here.
HBS-GSB Board Summit:
Building High-Impact Nonprofit Board Leaders
March 19, 2018, 3:00 – 9:00pm, Stanford University, Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 4th Annual Board Summit: Building High-Impact Nonprofit Boards, hosted by Harvard Business School Community Partners and the Stanford Graduate School of Business. We hope this summit inspired, educated, and empowered alumni to drive high-impact social change as leaders of nonprofit boards.
Volunteer Appreciation Dinner
September 13, 2017, 6:30—9:00pm, California Historical Society, San Francisco
Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate. We reunited with team members, heard share-out learnings, recognized outstanding alumni contributors, and enjoyed the artwork and ambiance at the California Historical Society.
We were honored to have as our special guest the Chief Innovation Officer of the San Francisco Mayor’s Office, Jay Nath, speak about our alumni impact in San Francisco. It was a wonderful celebration of all the time and talents that were shared with non-profits over the past two years.