Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the importance of partnerships in working with African nations.
Gayle Lemmon discusses how entrepreneurs conduct business in some of the world’s most difficult and dangerous environments.
How Scholarship Can Help Alleviate Extreme Poverty
Stanford GSB lecturer and philanthropist John P. Morgridge will be the third alumni speaker at the school’s June 16 graduation ceremony. As head of Cisco Systems, he established a culture of innovation, empowerment, and giving back that reflects the school’s mission to inspire transformational business leaders.
Research shows that modest school interventions can help raise grades and improve health and happiness.
In March, Robert L. Joss became the 42nd recipient of the Ernest C. Arbuckle Award conferred by the Stanford Business School Alumni Association. The distinction recognizes major changes during his 10 years as dean, including increased collaboration with other schools at Stanford, construction of a new business school complex, and a retooled MBA curriculum.
Writing in the Wall Street Journal, David Brady and Douglas Rivers say independent voters "hold the key" in the 2012 presidential election. Brady is the Bowen H. and Janice Arthur McCoy Professor of Political Science and Leadership Values in the Stanford Graduate School of Business
In the New York Times, a 2008 Stanford MBA alumnus explains how he now fights terrorism by trying to bring choices to extremely poor Kenyans.
YouTube tutor Salman Khan tells how his commitment to help a cousin with a difficult math lesson led not just to a successful, free, online tutoring service but to an organization whose educational mission attracts highly-productive workers without exorbitant pay packages.
Stanford MBA students face off against alumni in day-long simulation of business issues designed to help students test their ability to deal with real-world business issues in the annual Executive Challenge program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.