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Technician loads a robotic DNA sample automation machine at a Regeneron Pharmaceuticals Inc. laboratory | Reuters/Mike Segar
June 4, 2015
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Robert Chess: Big Data is Driving New Healthcare Business Models

What if algorithms could predict how often someone will get sick, and make it easier to shop around for medical procedures?

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Yossi Feinberg | Steve Castillo
July 1, 2015
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Yossi Feinberg: Avoid These Five Common Startup Traps

These key lessons will keep young businesses on track.

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Protestors on a platform in the middle of a street | Reuters/Vincent West
April 23, 2015
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Robb Willer: The Powerlessness Paradox

Researchers find that feeling powerless can lead people to support systems that disadvantage them.

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 Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman| Doug Peck
April 22, 2015
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Meg Whitman: Don’t Fixate on What Is Wrong with a Company

HP CEO discusses turning around a struggling technology company.

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Group of people sitting around a table | iStock/Rawpixel Ltd
April 22, 2015
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David Larcker: Nonprofit Boards Fall Short

A new survey shows many lack skills, engagement to effectively oversee organizations.
Insights on entrepreneurship, starting and scaling a business, and bringing entrepreneurial principles to an established firm.

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February 1, 2002
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Robert Joss: Beware the Shortcut to the Top

In a seminar, the Stanford GSB dean explains that many organizations don't properly think through when to put certain employees in top jobs.
November 1, 2000
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Peter Löscher: Siemens Needed a New Corporate Ethic

The Siemens AG CEO explains how he helped the company recover from one of the worst scandals in corporate history.
November 1, 1999
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The Knowing-Doing Gap

Jeffrey Pfeffer and Robert Sutton explore how companies can turn talk into action, and why promoting internal competition may not help.
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Why Some Managers Won't Let Go

A study reveals the tendency of leaders to inflate the worth of work produced with their direct oversight.