Stanford Business Magazine
As usual, in this issue of Stanford Business we explore our theme from a variety of angles. For instance, we look at how to come up with breakthrough ideas, build more productive relationships with higher-ups in an organization, and explain an innovation that draws ideas from across categories. We examine how to overcome the limitations others impose on us — as well as those we put upon ourselves. And we discuss the theme from the perspectives of geography, ethnicity, and political identity.
Magazines themselves have constraints. But one of our goals is to create opportunities for readers to go beyond the confines of the page and engage with the ideas presented. We provide Twitter handles so you can connect directly with writers or subjects of stories. We also share web addresses so you can find videos, stories, and interviews with scholars, researchers, and business practitioners on leadership, finance, and other issues relevant to your professional life.
We also invite you to share your feedback, including what management questions you have that you’d like us to address in future issues. Write us, at email@example.com.
— Michael Freedman, Editorial Director