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Hubert Joly is a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School and serves on the boards of Johnson & Johnson and Ralph Lauren. Formerly, Joly was the chairman and CEO of Best Buy. He has been recognized as one of the top 100 CEOs in the world by Harvard Business Review, one of the top 30 CEOs in the world by Barron’s, and one of the top 10 CEOs in the US by Glassdoor.
Joly is the author of the national bestseller The Heart of Business, a timely guide for leaders ready to abandon old paradigms and lead with purpose and humanity. In the book, Joly details ways to reinvent capitalism so that it contributes to a sustainable future.
Besides lecturing and serving as a board member, Joly supports other leaders seeking to become the best versions of themselves and to lead with purpose and humanity. He is also actively invested in efforts to advance meaningful diversity and inclusion.