Kirstin Hornby

D. Quinn Mills is Alfred J. Weatherhead Jr. Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He has spent the past three years teaching courses dealing with the specific challenges faced by professionals who want to achieve better work/life balance.

A prolific author, his books include eLEADERSHIP: Winning in 21st Century Business and Not Like Our Parents: How the Baby Boom Generation Is Changing America. Mills advises major corporations and consulting firms and has been widely quoted in leading media, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, and NBC's Today Show. He is a Fellow of The National Academy of Human Resources.

Sasha K. Mattu, who has an honors degree in psychology from Harvard University, has been a Research Associate at Harvard Business School, where she worked on case studies related to competition and strategy for Intel Corporation, Microsoft, Thomson Corporation, and Ice-Fili. Prior to her position as Research Associate, she was an elite tennis player who played WTA Professional Satellite Tours. Working on this book has inspired her to return to her home in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she plans on pursuing the steps outlined in the book to achieve the work/life balance she wants.

Kirstin R. Hornby has been a Research Associate at Harvard Business School and is currently an MBA candidate at Northwestern University. A graduate of Princeton, she has served as marketing consultant for Ben & Jerry's nonprofit partnership and Leader for the Global Initiatives in a management trip to Botswana. She has spent months doing non-profit consulting in west Africa.

Sasha K. Mattu

D. Quinn Mills is Alfred J. Weatherhead Jr. Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School. He has spent the past three years teaching courses dealing with the specific challenges faced by professionals who want to achieve better work/life balance.

A prolific author, his books include eLEADERSHIP: Winning in 21st Century Business and Not Like Our Parents: How the Baby Boom Generation Is Changing America. Mills advises major corporations and consulting firms and has been widely quoted in leading media, including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, BusinessWeek, and NBC's Today Show. He is a Fellow of The National Academy of Human Resources.

Sasha K. Mattu, who has an honors degree in psychology from Harvard University, has been a Research Associate at Harvard Business School, where she worked on case studies related to competition and strategy for Intel Corporation, Microsoft, Thomson Corporation, and Ice-Fili. Prior to her position as Research Associate, she was an elite tennis player who played WTA Professional Satellite Tours. Working on this book has inspired her to return to her home in Vancouver, British Columbia, where she plans on pursuing the steps outlined in the book to achieve the work/life balance she wants.

Kirstin R. Hornby has been a Research Associate at Harvard Business School and is currently an MBA candidate at Northwestern University. A graduate of Princeton, she has served as marketing consultant for Ben & Jerry's nonprofit partnership and Leader for the Global Initiatives in a management trip to Botswana. She has spent months doing non-profit consulting in west Africa.

D. Quinn Mills

D. QUINN MILLS is Alfred J. Weatherhead, Jr. Professor of Business Administration at Harvard Business School, where he teaches about leadership, strategy, organizations, and human resources. Mills previously taught at MIT's Sloan School of Management. From 1967 through 1974, he had overall responsibility in the U.S. government for wages and prices in the construction industries, constituting about 14% of U.S. GDP. A prolific author, his books include eLEADERSHIP: Winning in 21st Century Business, and Broken Promises: An Unconventional View of What Went Wrong at IBM, a book that helped define strategies that were later used to turn IBM around. In the early 1980s, he was among the first to examine the effects of demographics on management and consumption. He studied the baby boomers in his book Not Like Our Parents: How the Baby Boom Generation Is Changing. His 1991 book Rebirth of the Corporation helped trigger the movement from management to leadership, and his 1994 book The GEM Principle helped establish the empowerment approach to management. Mills advises major corporations and consulting firms, and has been widely quoted in leading U.S. media, from The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and BusinessWeek to NBC's Today Show. He is a Fellow of The National Academy of Human Resources.