Whether shareholders benefit from a separate chairman and CEO depends more on context than on corporate structure, David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan find.
The CEO of executive talent agency Well-Connected Leader discusses the value of directness, living on the edge, and knowing when to say 'we' and when to say 'I.'
Stanford GSB offers its first Europe-based Stanford Ignite program with École polytechnique in September in Paris.
Graduate students from around Stanford use this dedicated space to try out start-up business ideas, and learn from them.
The for-profit sector steps up to play its role in Africa’s economic development.
A conversation with the CEO of the company that's developing Saudi Arabia's new King Abdullah Economic City.
The founder of Stella & Dot discusses leadership, emotional intelligence, and an "angel in a cowboy hat."
In a new book, a Stanford GSB alum explores how to successfully present numbers.
John Morgridge shares his “Rules for the Long Road” during the Stanford GSB's annual diploma ceremony.
Abbott’s John Capek discusses health care device regulation, transparency, and the critical relationship between physicians and their patients.