Margaret Andrews

Margaret Andrews is a seasoned academic leader with over twenty years of experience in higher education, business and consulting.  She is currently the Vice Provost at the Hult International Business School and founder of Mind and Hand Associates, a boutique consulting firm serving clients in the higher education sector.  Margaret also teaches courses in management and organizational behavior at Harvard University's Division of Continuing Education, including Managing Yourself and Leading OthersLeadership and Decision Making, and Strategy and Competition in Higher Education

Previous higher education positions include Associate Dean at Harvard University's Division of Continuing Education and Executive Director of the MBA Program, Alumni Relations and Marketing at the MIT Sloan School of Management.  Previous business positions include Vice President of Marketing at Putnam Investments, as well as being a consultant at Mercer Management Consulting (now Oliver Wyman) and a CPA at Deloitte & Touche.

Margaret hails from California and has an undergraduate degree from the University of California at Berkeley.  She also has a graduate degree from MIT Sloan.

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Most Recent Articles

July 12, 2012
It was the first “moon shot” for U.S. higher education.
July 5, 2012
First the good news:  The need for management education is unlikely to go away anytime soon.  
June 27, 2012
Well, you asked for it and we will commit to doing it.      
June 20, 2012
Does anyone think that, for the vast majority of students, going to college isn’t ultimately about acquiring knowledge and skills to be successful in a chosen career?
June 13, 2012
I’m preparing to speak at the GMAC Annual Conference next week and thought I’d preview one of the topics here, to get your reaction.
June 6, 2012
A crisis in public higher education: coming soon to a university near you – if not already there.
May 30, 2012
As Peter Drucker once said, “The customer rarely buys what the business thinks it sells him.”  
May 23, 2012
Since last week’s post, I’ve been thinking a lot about business models.
May 16, 2012
Tom Friedman had an interesting quote in a recent NYT opinion piece: “Big breakthroughs happen when what is suddenly possible meets what is desperately necessary.”  And so begins the third post in the series on “Foundations of Strategy.”  
May 2, 2012
I’m returning from the AACSB conference in San Diego and had the opportunity to attend several interesting sessions. One, in particular, stood out and echoed some of the “What Keeps Us Awake At Night” post from last week (and much of what we’ve been discussing in the Strategy and Competition in Higher Education class this semester).  

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