Robert Steven Kaplan

Robert Steven Kaplan

Professor of Management Practice in Business Administration and Senior Associate

Professor Robert Steven Kaplan is known to give speeches discussing his book 'What You're Really Meant To Do: A Road Map for Reaching Your Unique Potential.' Kaplan is a professor of Management Practice in Business Administration, as well as a Senior Associate Dean for External Relations at Harvard Business School.

Kaplan firmly believes that individuals should create their own personal standard for success based on their personal potential. He is against defining one's success based on outside opinions. This is the topic of Kaplan's book, which he has given short speeches on.

Before becoming a Harvard Business School professor, Kaplan was involved with investment banking and investment management at The Goldman Sachs Group, where he served as vice chairman.

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