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STEVEN S. ROGERS’S work uniquely focuses on entrepreneurship, finance, and race. He is a retired Senior Lecturer of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. Previously the Gordon and Llura Gund Family Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship at Kellogg, School of Management, Northwestern University, he has been selected by Ernst & Young as “Entrepreneur of the Year” and named one of the top 150 influential people in America by Ebony magazine.
Dec 01, 2001 · Before his 14th birthday, Steven Rogers (MBA '85) was already learning a lot about business. He had delivered newspapers and milk in his Southside Chicago neighborhood, bused tables at a downtown hotel, distributed dentures for a group of dentists, restocked groceries at the corner store, and helped his mother, a single parent of four, sell furniture at weekend flea markets.
Harvard Business School. Steven S. Rogers (born c. 1959) is an American academic. He is the MBA Class of 1957 Senior Lecturer of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School. He is the co-author of a book, and the author of 14 business cases featuring African-American businesspeople.
Jun 16, 2021 · Steven S. Rogers grew up in Englewood on his way to becoming a Harvard Business School instructor and advisor to Fortune 500 companies, a career path that in and of itself merits respect.
May 12, 2017 · Date May 12, 2017 When Steven Rogers was a graduate student at Harvard Business School (HBS), he couldn’t help but notice how little he was learning about black leaders in the business world.
- Brett Milano
Jun 15, 2020 · June 15, 2020. Steven Rogers left Harvard Business School as a senior lecturer last year, frustrated at the school’s failure to address what he calls it’s “anti-Black practices”. After serving as a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School for seven years, Steven Rogers left the school frustrated by what he calls its “systematic anti-black practices” and his rejection for requested promotion.
- John A. Byrne
Piper, Thomas R., and Steven Rogers. "Advanced Medical Technology Corporation." Harvard Business School Case 287-028, October 1986. (Revised August 2015.) Educators.
- Thomas R. Piper, Steven Rogers
Jun 01, 2019 · For seven years, Steven Rogers has been unrelenting in his push to include more diverse voices in Harvard Business School’s celebrated case studies, its primary tool for helping students understand...
- Deirdre Fernandes
Lawrence E. Fouraker Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus Read more THOMAS R. PIPER, Baker Foundation Professor and Lawrence E. Fouraker Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus, is a faculty member in the Finance and Accounting Units at the Graduate School of Business Administration.