In a significant development, Pakistani cricket captain Babar Azam and vice-captain Mohammad Rizwan are set to become the first cricketers to participate in the executive education program at Harvard Business School. The program will take place from May 31 to June 3 at the renowned Harvard Business School campus in Boston, Massachusetts.
Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan will join the ranks of other prominent athletes who have previously undertaken this course, including football players like Kaka, Edwin van der Sar, Gerard Pique, and Oliver Kahn, as well as NBA stars such as Dirk Nowitzki, Chris Paul, and Paul Gasol.
Expressing his enthusiasm, Babar Azam mentioned his desire to learn, grow, and contribute to the global community. He stated that his motivation for joining this esteemed program at Harvard is to establish connections, explore new perspectives, listen, learn, develop personally, and make a positive impact on communities worldwide.
Similarly, Mohammad Rizwan expressed his delight at the opportunity to learn from some of the world’s best minds. He expressed immense pride in representing Pakistan on such a prestigious global platform.
The inclusion of Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan in the Harvard Business School’s executive education program highlights their commitment to personal and professional growth, as well as their aspirations to contribute meaningfully not only to the world of cricket but also to society at large.