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Stanford Business 15h
Tom Peters, MBA ’72 and PhD ’77, shares how two tours in Vietnam taught him two important management lessons.
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Stanford Business Oct 14
"I think it is worth reconsidering whether the mass shaming of specific individuals is really the best way to achieve social progress," says professor Benoît Monin.
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Stanford Business Oct 14
"We want equitable, sustainable, economic growth. You have got to build the economy if you want to create the jobs to create the opportunity."
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Stanford Business Oct 14
Radical change within your industry isn’t always a death sentence for your organization’s success. As General Motors Chairman & CEO Mary Barra, MBA ’90 highlights, looking at change as an opportunity instead of a threat makes all the difference. Read more:
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Stanford Business Oct 13
A Stanford expert on workplace dynamics shows why many teams fail.
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Stanford Business Oct 13
The reality is ownership is dead; now it’s really about access as the new imperative.
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Stanford Business Oct 13
What can we learn from companies whose cultures have taken a turn for the worse?
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Stanford Business Oct 12
Five common infractions leaders make in management:
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Stanford Business Oct 12
Is the financial system any better than it was 10 years ago? We sat down with two experts at Stanford GSB who have both spent much of the past decade analyzing the crisis but from very different perspectives.
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Stanford Business Oct 12
Does technology hinder our ability to create meaningful human connection? Olivia Papa, MBA ’18, points out that the more effort we put into expressing ourselves, the easier it will be to turn technology into a positive tool. Watch more LOWkeynotes here:
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Stanford Business Oct 11
Despite so many advances in science and technology, "we haven't seen many large-scale applications to problems of the poor," says professor .
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Stanford Business Oct 11
Nearly 500 scholars, business leaders, and Stanford alumni gathered at the China Economic Forum in Beijing last month. The event, co-hosted by Stanford GSB, touched on AI, education, financial tech, and U.S.-China relations. Read more about the summit:
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Stanford Business Oct 11
Influencers are becoming less effective.
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Stanford Business Oct 10
Can political action be a serious threat to a company’s success?
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Stanford Business Oct 9
"Trust yourself and make the leap of faith. You don’t have to have a vast amount of money. Just do it. I did plan for it, and that’s important, but it’s incredibly fulfilling to just go for something you’re really passionate about."
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Stanford Business Oct 9
Kara Swisher, the executive editor of Recode, is upending the status quo of the tech industry – one radically honest criticism at a time.
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Stanford Business Oct 8
"If you look at the median age of people making investment decisions in banks and hedge funds today, you can guess that many of them are not familiar with the nature and consequences of excessive risk taking."
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Stanford Business Oct 8
"I didn’t want to wait until the end of a 30- or 40-year career and then tack on the philanthropic portion of my life. I wanted to do it at a young age. And I don’t think you have to have millions in the bank to do something like this."
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Stanford Business Oct 8
How young “technocrats” are breaking through cultural obstacles to advance rural infrastructure.
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Stanford Business Oct 7
"There’s no question that [the VC] industry has had an outsized and underappreciated impact on the economy and on humanity," says Professor Ilya Strebulaev.
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