Skip to main content

Harvard University. Graduate School of Business Administration. Advanced Management Program (AMP)

 Organization

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Dean's Office correspondence files (Donald Kirk David, Dean) Digital

Collection Identifier: Arch AA 1.1 1942-1955
Overview:

Office files of the third dean of the Harvard Business School, Donald K. David. Also includes material from his predecesor, Wallace B. Donham.

Dean's Office correspondence files (George P. Baker, Dean)

Collection Identifier: Arch AA 1.1 1962-1969
Overview:

Office files of the fifth dean of Harvard Business School, George Pierce Baker, who served from 1962 to 1969. Interfiled with the records created during Baker's deanship are personal teaching and research files from his career on the Harvard Business School faculty as well as his work with the government and various organizations.

Dean’s Office correspondence files (Stanley F. Teele, Dean)

Collection Identifier: Arch AA 1.4
Scope and Contents:

The Dean's Office Correspondence Files contain letters exchanged between the Office of the Dean and correspondents during the deanship of Stanley F. Teele from 1955 to 1962. The Correspondence Files also include speeches delivered by Dean Teele.

Dean's Office correspondence files (Wallace Brett Donham, Dean) Digital

Collection Identifier: Arch AA 1.1 1919-1942
Overview:

Office files of the second dean of the Harvard Business School, Wallace B. Donham. Also includes material from his predecesor, Edwin Francis Gay, and his successor, Donald K. David.

HBS Archives Photograph Collection: Executive Education programs

Collection Identifier: Arch P1.5
Overview:

Photograph collection documenting the Executive Education programs at Harvard Business School, including classroom and group photographs.

Richard Lee (“Skip”) Ordeman (MMP4) student records

Collection Identifier: Arch DC 1956
Scope and Contents:

Records of the HBS Middle Management Program 4 (MMP4), 1957 and the Advanced Management Program 30 (AMP30) from Richard Lee (“Skip”) Ordeman (MMP4, 1957). Collection also includes the student files of George Sheets, who was in the AMP30 class with Skip Ordeman. Materials include programs, schedules, classroom materials, cases, seating charts, and supplmental materials for each of the programs.