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Nancy Koehn is a historian and a Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School who has given speeches on business. Koehn specializes in entrepreneurial leadership, focusing on the past, present and future of business. Koehn is the author of three books including 'The Story of American Business: From the Pages of The New York Times' and has contributed to a number of others.
Koehn has spoken about the growing number of entrepreneurial women in the workplace and how that differs from the past. She discusses the way in which women who come from poor backgrounds, or who don't have a full education are leaping into the business world and Koehn thinks that's really exciting.
Featured Keynote - A Rise in Female Entrepreneurs
Nancy Koehn's Female Entrepreneur Speech Focuses On Ambitious Women
Harvard professor Nancy Koehn discusses a rise in the number of women in business in this female entrepreneur speech. She expresses excitement about the large number of women leaping into the... Read More