"Harvard Business Publishing works with a substantial number of public sector customers."
Boston, MA (PRWEB) November 17, 2014
Harvard Business Publishing, a not-for-profit, wholly-owned subsidiary of Harvard University, is pleased to announce the award of a General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule Contract to provide leadership development-focused educational services to federal agencies. With the issuance of the GSA Mission Oriented Business Integrated Services (MOBIS) Schedule Contract, federal agencies can purchase Harvard Business Publishing’s internationally recognized leadership development training programs at pre-negotiated pricing, terms, and conditions.
Harvard Business School Publishing is a respected provider of world-class leadership development solutions for managers at all levels in organizations and government agencies.
Below is a sample of training solutions now available through HBSP’s GSA MOBIS Schedule Contract:
- Harvard ManageMentor – award-winning online learning resource for management essentials
- New Leader – blended, cohort-based program that helps new managers make a successful transition to the managerial ranks
- Breakthrough Leadership – blended program helps organizations transform midlevel managers into more effective leaders
- Leadership Direct – virtual leadership development program connects leaders with faculty and builds general management capabilities
“Harvard Business Publishing works with a substantial number of public sector customers, explains Harvard Business School Publishing’s Senior Director, Global Sales & Learning Solutions, Nick Clayton. “Our newly awarded MOBIS Contract makes additional training solutions available to federal buyers through the GSA Schedule Contract vehicle.”
HBSP is one of just twenty-five organizations in the state of Massachusetts awarded a GSA MOBIS Schedule Contract to provide training services through Special Item Number (SIN) 874-4.
Along with the new GSA contract, HBSP will also renew a five-year contract with Schedule 70, and continue to list all IT-related courses under SIN 132-32.
HBSP’s MOBIS Schedule Contract Number GS-02F-161BA is valid through September of 2019 with three five-year extension options. For more information on purchasing HBSP’s leadership development solutions through the GSA Schedule Contract, please contact Barbara Harriss at 703.803.0456 or barbara.harriss(at)harvardbusiness(dot)org.
About Harvard Business School Publishing
Harvard Business Publishing partners with clients to create world-class leadership development solutions for managers at all levels. We leverage the management insight, thought leadership, and expertise of Harvard Business School faculty and authors from Harvard Business Review to create tailored leadership development solutions. With more than 20 years of practical experience, our innovative, technology-enabled solutions drive meaningful and lasting results. For more information, visit http://www.harvardbusiness.org. Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/HBPCorpLearning and connect with other talent development leaders on LinkedIn through the Harvard Business Publishing Corporate Learning Group.