1. brightest players
Two of cricket’s brightest players, Babar and Rizwan, have enrolled in the Harvard Business School.The dates for Babar and Rizwan’s participation in the course are the 31st of May through the 3rd of June, and it will take place on the campus of the school in Boston, Massachusetts.Both Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan, two of Pakistan’s most prominent cricketers, have enrolled in an executive education programme at Harvard Business School titled “The Business of Entertainment, Media, and Sports” (BEMS). They are the first two cricketers to ever do so.The event will take place on the campus of the university in Boston, Massachusetts, from the 31st of May to the 3rd of June, and participants will include the skipper Babar and wicketkeeper-batter Rizwan.
2.variety of communities
They will continue to interact with a variety of communities throughout the United States after the programme until June 13.Other athletes, such as Kaka, Edwin van der Sar, Gerard Pique, and Oliver Kahn, as well as Brandon Marshall of the NFL, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade of the NBA, and Alex Rodriguez of Major League Baseball, have participated in this course in the past.”It is an incredible privilege to represent Pakistan on such a renowned stage on a worldwide scale. We are going to participate in the BEMS programme at Harvard in order to get knowledge from the most accomplished people in the world, both in terms of programme fellows and faculty, and at the same time to be able to share our experiences and what we have learned with others.
3. knowledge and experiences
Rizwan stated that he was looking forward to sharing his knowledge and experiences with the upcoming superstars of the cricket world. “I am certain that this will be an exciting journey, and I look forward to sharing our learning with them,”In the meantime, Babar expressed sentiments that were very similar.I consider myself to be a student for life, and I have had in-depth conversations with both Prof. Elberse and [Talha] Rehmani regarding this programme. My motivation for enrolling in this prestigious programme at Harvard is to make connections, go on adventures, learn new things, become more mature, and contribute to communities all across the world. According to Babar, “I am certain that there are a plethora of things to learn from the incredible athletes and top business executives from the entertainment, media, and sports industries who are coming from all over the world.”
As part of the curriculum, Rehmani, who established and serves as the chief executive officer of the sports talent management organisation Saya Corporation, will also participate.Professor Anita Elberse, who holds the record for being one of the youngest women to ever receive tenure at the Harvard Business School, will serve as the program’s chairperson.According to Elberse, “I am thrilled to be able to welcome Babar Azam and Muhammad Rizwan to the Harvard Business School as well as to the BEMS programme.” We are of the opinion that the other participants will gain a significant amount from their experiences as world-class athletes who also have a significant interest in the business sector.