Organizations

The New Republic -
April 22, 2014
Writing in the New Republic, a scholar-in-residence at Stanford's Steyer-Taylor Center for Energy Policy and Finance explores whether "think globally, act locally" can be a winning strategy.
Two men and a woman having lunch
April 21, 2014
Deals over lunch may be tasty, but here's why they're not always smart.
Stanford GSB on Tumblr -
April 17, 2014
Stanford GSB faculty, staff, alumni, and guests share their thoughts on role models, empowerment, and success.
A traffic jam in India
April 16, 2014
A computer network designer takes on commute-hour gridlock in three countries.
April 11, 2014
New research explores how your feelings about how you look affect how you behave.
A couple sitting together on their porch
April 7, 2014
New research shows that when it comes to dating and marriage, race still matters.
Man turning in his resume at a job fair
March 31, 2014
It's not always what you've done that matters, but what you just might do.
A baseball batter, umpire and catcher
March 28, 2014
A new study shows that at least one type of decision-maker — the Major League Baseball umpire — is biased when the stakes are high.
A baseball batter hitting the ball
March 25, 2014
A Stanford finance professor finds that hot streaks in sports are no illusion. Economists should take heed.
Students working at a computer
March 25, 2014
A Stanford sociologist examines why workers team up with the same people again and again.
A traffic jam in India
April 16, 2014
A computer network designer takes on commute-hour gridlock in three countries.
A woman giving a presentation in front of an audience
March 4, 2014
A Stanford lecturer and expert on public speaking explains what to do when memory fails.
Sam Yagan
February 3, 2014
The CEO of Match.com discusses leadership, lessons, and "the most important search of your life."
Four men meeting around a computer
January 27, 2014
The chairman emeritus of advertising firm Young & Rubicam explains why practicing one's values "is a winning strategy in business."
Trees to be replanted
January 22, 2014
How changing your trajectory can lead to greater innovation, success, and meaning in your work.
A group of students working at a computer
November 27, 2013
Seven tips for giving feedback to others.
man looking into window
September 9, 2013
An author and executive coach trainer explains how a more positive outlook can help you reach your true potential.
May 24, 2013
An elder care expert says your social network is "the elixir of life."
oil rig worker
May 7, 2013
A study of oil rigs shows that a different approach to male-dominated environments can change corporate culture.
Decisve book cover
March 26, 2013
In their new book, Chip and Dan Heath lay out a path for making better decisions.
Two men and a woman having lunch
April 21, 2014
Deals over lunch may be tasty, but here's why they're not always smart.
April 11, 2014
New research explores how your feelings about how you look affect how you behave.
A couple sitting together on their porch
April 7, 2014
New research shows that when it comes to dating and marriage, race still matters.
Man turning in his resume at a job fair
March 31, 2014
It's not always what you've done that matters, but what you just might do.
A baseball batter, umpire and catcher
March 28, 2014
A new study shows that at least one type of decision-maker — the Major League Baseball umpire — is biased when the stakes are high.
Students working at a computer
March 25, 2014
A Stanford sociologist examines why workers team up with the same people again and again.
A baseball batter hitting the ball
March 25, 2014
A Stanford finance professor finds that hot streaks in sports are no illusion. Economists should take heed.
Students sitting in a lounge area.
February 11, 2014
A study in Southern India shows that high-performing roommates may have greater influence than friends or study partners.
A group of students talking and laughing
February 5, 2014
A study shows that talking about people behind their backs and voting others "off the island" may actually be good for society.
Students meeting
January 16, 2014
New research shows how companies can minimize conflicts within their top teams.