Green Lawn Fertilizing's Willey completes Harvard program

Green Lawn Fertilizing's Willey completes Harvard program

He spent over four months working on the Harvard Business School’s General Management Program.


Green Lawn Fertilizing/Green Pest Solutions Senior Vice President of Operations, Josh Willey, successfully completed Harvard Business School’s General Management Program.

Focused on strategy, leadership and the organization, the program delivers the tools needed to capitalize on technological disruption and digital transformation, while playing a more strategic role in corporate success.

“I want to take this opportunity to congratulate Josh Willey for his incredible hard work and personal sacrifice over the last 4-(plus) months from graduating Harvard Business School’s GMP Executive Program," said President and Owner Matt Jesson. "All of us at Green Lawn and Green Pest are so happy for you and your amazing achievement."

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During his time in the program, Willey competed in the General Management Program’s strategy finals and was selected as one of three winners out of over 110 fellow HBS students. The final month was spent living on the Harvard Campus in Boston, where Willey was both inspired and challenged by his classmates.

“I am overwhelmed with gratitude for the opportunity to learn from the best at the Harvard Business School," Willey said. "Surrounded by 110 leaders from 37 countries and industries widened my perspective and challenged my views. I look forward to staying connected as we step back into our careers.”

Willey will now transition back into his role as senior vice president of operations at Green Lawn Fertilizing and Green Pest Solutions.