Lassiter, Joseph B.

Senior Fellow, Senator John Heinz Professor of Management Practice in Environmental Management, Retired

Joseph Lassiter combines his academic and business experience to explore how high-potential ventures are financed and brought to market to address the development of reliable, affordable, carbon-neutral energy sources.

About Joseph Lassiter

J. Lassiter

Joseph Lassiter is the Senator John Heinz Professor of Management Practice in Environmental Management, Retired at Harvard Business School.

He focuses on one of the world’s most pressing problems: developing clean, secure and carbon-neutral supplies of reliable, low-cost energy all around the world.

He studies how high-potential ventures attacking this problem are being financed and how their innovations are being brought to market in different parts of the world. In the HBS MBA and Executive Education programs, he teaches about the lessons learned as well as potential improvements in business practices, regulation and government policy.

On retiring in 2015, Lassiter was appointed as a Senior Fellow to continue his work on energy and climate change related issues at HBS as well as in participating in University-wide efforts like the Harvard Environmental Economics Program and the Harvard University Center for the Environment.

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