Yale School of Management

Center For Customer Insights

Advancing the frontiers of consumer understanding

Learning From Leaders

The Heart of Business with Hubert Joly

About the Event

NEW TIME: 11:00AM EASTERN

The Yale Center for Customer Insights is excited to announce our upcoming session of the Learning from Leaders (LFL) Webinar Series on Wednesday, June 16, 11:00am-12:00pm EST.  The series will feature leaders in academia and industry across marketing functions sharing their expertise on the changing world of marketing and insights and will be open to the general public. Advance Registration is required.

Hubert Joly, former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Best Buy and now a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School willpicture of book standing up with title "the heart of business" join the Learning from Leaders webinar series in  conversation with YCCI Ogilvy Fellow and former Chief Brand and Communications Officer of IBM, Jon Iwata. Hubert will draw from his new book The Heart of Business, as he relates his experience leading with purpose and humanity, as well as what is necessary for the transformation of business in the new era of multi-stakeholder capitalism.

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Speakers

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Hubert Holy

Former Chairman and CEO of Best Buy

Senior Lecturer at Harvard Business School

Hubert Joly, author of highly acclaimed THE HEART OF BUSINESS: Leadership Principles for the Next Era of Capitalism, is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Best Buy and is now a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. He is...

Hubert Joly, author of highly acclaimed THE HEART OF BUSINESS: Leadership Principles for the Next Era of Capitalism, is the former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Best Buy and is now a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School. He is also a member of the board of directors of Johnson & Johnson and Ralph Lauren Corporation, a member of the International Advisory Board of HEC Paris, and a Trustee of the Minneapolis Institute of Art. Joly has been recognized as one of the top 100 CEOs in the world by the Harvard Business Review, one of the top 30 CEOs in the world by Barron’s and one of the top 10 CEOs in the U.S. by Glassdoor.