We asked them to tell us how they defined success when they graduated from HBS and how they define it now, and they gave similar responses. This is unsurprising, given that only a few years have elapsed since they graduated, and most of their working lives are still ahead of them. Today, however, family happiness, relationships, and balancing life and work, along with community service and helping others, are much more on the minds of Generation X and Baby Boomers. Two examples are illustrative. Now I think of success much differently: Raising happy, productive children, contributing to the world around me, and pursuing work that is meaningful to me. With regard to career importance, men and women were again in agreement. These results indicate that Harvard MBAs aimed for and continue to value fulfilling professional and personal lives. Yet their ability to realize them has played out very differently according to gender. Among those graduates who are employed full-time, men are more likely to have direct reports, to hold profit-and-loss responsibility, and to be in senior management positions.
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