Tag Archives: Stanford

MBA Ethics Debate, Curriculum Changes Make Headlines Again

We recently posted a story on how Harvard Business School revamped its curriculum in response to the financial crisis, and earlier this week, Fortune Magazine dove into the hot-button issue with its piece, MBAs get …

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One Year or Two?

The Financial Times recently offered an interesting analysis of one-year MBA programs as they grow in popularity across Europe and Asia. The INSEAD MBA celebrated its 50th anniversary September 12 and is the forebearer of …

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Entrepreneurial Insight From Stanford

Stanford University’s Entrepreneurship Corner is a fantastic resource for anyone interested in keeping up with the latest and greatest ideas coming out of the Graduate School of Business. The array of speakers and subject matters …

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Solid Advice from Stanford GSB Leadership Coach

Leadership coach Ed Batista from Stanford’s Graduate School of Business had an insightful post last week on three things you probably won’t learn in b-school. With a major assist from his colleague Corey Ford, former …

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Benefits After Graduation

I am constantly reminded of the benefits of going to a great business school, even after your two years are up.  In my case, I am almost ten years out of Kellogg, 16 years out …

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Yale SOM to Build Cutting-Edge New Campus

The lagging economy has put some important university expansion projects on hold, but Yale’s School of Management (SOM) will get its new campus, Yale Daily News reports. The London-based architecture firm Foster + Partners unveiled …

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