After discovering that only two out of the three hundred case studies read by first-year MBA students at Harvard Business School featured black executives, Professor Steven S. Rogers took matters into his own hands. According to The Washington Post, “Rogers decided to write his own case studies, and has so far highlighted many black executives in a wide range of industries.” But more than just case studies, Rogers is transforming Harvard Business School’s curriculum.

In this episode of The IVY Podcast, Rogers sheds light on a more complete narrative of entrepreneurship, discussing the legacy of black entrepreneurs and the importance of inclusion in the marketplace.


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