- Singer Alicia Keys and her husband Swizz Beats were recently presented as a case study at Harvard Business School
- The power couple were identified as a measure of success in the realm of fame, music and business, and presented to students as case material
- Keys shared the encouraging news on her Instagram page, where she expressed gratitude to Professor Boris Groysberg for making it possible
To be used as a case study at Harvard Business School is not only an honour but a recognition of a world-class level of success worthy of emulation.
For anyone to achieve such recognition, it is correct to say they are doing everything right and building a formidable legacy as they go through life.
Just recently, beautiful singer, Alicia Keys and her husband, Swizz Beats were presented as case studies to students of Harvard Business School.
In the prestigious school, the methodology used in teaching students is by presenting real-life success stories and individuals and studying their paths to success.
Not just anyone can make the cut. So when Professor Boris Groysberg created three case studies - one of Keys herself, one of her husband and one of them as a power couple - it was laudable and worthy of telling the world.
In a post shared on her Instagram page, Keys shared a photo of herself and her hubby receiving the special honour and expressed gratitude for being chosen as a beacon of success in life and business and marriage for young business-loving individuals looking to take on the world and excel.
See her post below:
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