On February 16, 2017, Harvard Business faculty and LDS author, Clayton M. Christensen shared key principles he has learned about teaching at a special luncheon for faculty. After receiving a B.A. from Brigham Young University, Christensen attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. Now an internationally recognized leader in business administration, he serves as a tenured professor at the Harvard Business School as well as a senior lecturer in radiology at the Harvard Medical School. His publications rank among the most influential business works written, including best-selling books and award winning papers. A video of his presentation is available below:

Presentation - What I’ve Learned About Teaching

Participation: Five Reasons Why & Five Ways to Make It Happen