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Stanford Business 2h
Determination begets breakthroughs.
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Stanford Business 21h
Business is booming at this woolen mill in Bemidji, Minnesota, which Cody Evans, MBA/MS ’19 says could benefit from new investment.
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Stanford Business Aug 15
"This is a segment of the population that can no longer be ignored. We’re hoping that through our efforts, we’re changing the narrative."
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Stanford Business Aug 15
We’ve always been told that hardship builds character, but can it also make your life more fulfilling and meaningful?
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Stanford Business Aug 14
Since 1970, the share of the American stock market owned by large investment firms has grown from 7% to 70%. Collectively, the three biggest private funds own more than any other single shareholder in 40% of the public companies in the U.S.
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Stanford Business Aug 14
Cars of the future could look like "living rooms on wheels," says 's .
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Stanford Business Aug 14
Do you struggle to give strong, memorable presentations? Get lecturer Matt Abrahams’ take on managing your anxiety and enhancing your confidence as a public speaker.
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Stanford Business Aug 13
Professor Bob Sutton's recent podcast details the journey of the husband and wife owners of Delfina Restaurant Group. The takeaway: in fast-moving environments, look for ways to establish consistency and predictability.
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Stanford Business Aug 13
Stanford Seed participant Sriram Gopal shares how the Seed program helped his agri startup become more successful.
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Stanford Business Aug 13
From his experience at PepsiCo to leading one of the world’s best-known credit card companies, Mastercard CEO Ajay Banga has learned the importance of being the catalyst for his own success.
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Stanford Business Aug 12
According to professor Chip Heath, you don't need to perfect every moment in the customer's experience. "You only have to excel at a few things that are going to be memorable. Those defining moments can become powerful signature moments.”
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Stanford Business Aug 12
If you want to spot a potential entrepreneurial opportunity, see what’s working somewhere else, then ask yourself, “what are the underlying principles that make it work.” Then apply those principles to something different.
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Stanford Business Aug 11
Are you aware of what your body is communicating before you say a single word? Watch more LOWkeynotes here:
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Stanford Business Aug 11
Professor examines the massive health care toll today’s work culture exacts on employees.
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Stanford Business Aug 10
"When you’re put in the wrong place at the wrong time, you learn amazing things about life, you experience moments of sacrifice, and learn how to be a leader," says Jeffrey Katzenberg.
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Stanford Business Aug 10
"We need to be mindful about disruption. Many of us are in the habit of multitasking, but of course that doesn’t exist. There’s only task switching, and that comes with a tremendous cost in terms of our productivity."
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Stanford Business Aug 10
Pursue your purpose with relentless commitment — that’s the catalyst for lasting change. | Catalyst Watch more LOWkeynotes here:
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Stanford Business Aug 9
Remember: doing the work can work wonders.
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Stanford Business Aug 8
When it comes to summer internships, some GSB students choose a more uncommon path.
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Stanford Business Aug 8
"You could argue that these mutual funds are a parallel to the trusts of the late 1800s that Congress passed laws to prevent."
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