Organizations

Sanofi-Aventis CEO Chris Viehbacher and Genzyme CEO Henri Termeer
June 27, 2014
New research shows that companies with 65-year-old CEOs are more likely than others to attract acquisition offers.
employees and managers talking
June 18, 2014
New research shows how keeping your distance, or not, can play a role.
Ajay Banga
May 29, 2014
The payments technology executive discusses the cash economy, staying humble, and knowing when it's time to move on.
Bill Barnett on Strategy Blog -
May 16, 2014
A professor of business leadership, strategy, and organizations explains why leaders should strive to change the most difficult things.
Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant
May 7, 2014
A scholar of organizational behavior explains how managers can contain the spread of disagreement in their team.
Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto
April 25, 2014
A Stanford GSB alumnus explains how chaos theory can help video game companies, hospitals, and the U.S. military.
Amanda North in Bolivia
April 10, 2014
An alumna of Stanford Graduate School of Business finds lessons in life and business after last year's tragedy.
Stanford Closer Look Series -
April 2, 2014
In a new paper in their Closer Look series on corporate governance, Stanford experts explore the process companies use to identify and develop future leaders.
Stanford GSB on Tumblr -
March 12, 2014
Stanford GSB faculty, alumni, and visitors explore the connection between passion, creativity, and inspiration in the workplace.
David Pitt-Watson
March 6, 2014
The cofounder of Hermes Focus Asset Management discusses the value of tolerance, the difficulties of resilience, and the downside of aid.
Ajay Banga
May 29, 2014
The payments technology executive discusses the cash economy, staying humble, and knowing when it's time to move on.
Nintendo designer Shigeru Miyamoto
April 25, 2014
A Stanford GSB alumnus explains how chaos theory can help video game companies, hospitals, and the U.S. military.
Amanda North in Bolivia
April 10, 2014
An alumna of Stanford Graduate School of Business finds lessons in life and business after last year's tragedy.
David Pitt-Watson
March 6, 2014
The cofounder of Hermes Focus Asset Management discusses the value of tolerance, the difficulties of resilience, and the downside of aid.
Statue of Don Quixote
February 19, 2014
A scholar discusses literature, power, and "the two most important things to know about innovation."
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."
Professor Margaret Neale
January 8, 2014
Course is part of the online Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship Certificate.
A helpful student
September 19, 2013
Why the people you least expect to help you are the ones you should approach.
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.
Polar Bears!
June 7, 2013
A professor of organizational behavior argues that "human sustainability" may pay off too.
Sanofi-Aventis CEO Chris Viehbacher and Genzyme CEO Henri Termeer
June 27, 2014
New research shows that companies with 65-year-old CEOs are more likely than others to attract acquisition offers.
employees and managers talking
June 18, 2014
New research shows how keeping your distance, or not, can play a role.
Shaquille O'Neal and Kobe Bryant
May 7, 2014
A scholar of organizational behavior explains how managers can contain the spread of disagreement in their team.
Students meeting
January 16, 2014
New research shows how companies can minimize conflicts within their top teams.
Professors Hayagreeva Rao and Robert Sutton
January 7, 2014
Two Stanford professors discuss their new book, Scaling Up Excellence, which reveals how the best leaders and teams develop, spread, and instill the right growth mindset in their organization.
Professor Baba Shiv walking with Stanford GSB students
October 15, 2013
What neuroscience tells us about getting the best out of yourself, your colleagues, and the boss.
illustration of happy ladies in water
June 10, 2013
Scholars explain why a culture of caring and compassion must be cultivated.
women runners running through water
May 8, 2013
A researcher says at least part of the answer is that people are more than their potential.
Elizabeth Blankespoor, assistant professor of accounting, Stanford GSB
April 1, 2013
Research suggests Twitter helps market liquidity of little-known companies.
Big Ben with fireworks in the background
February 21, 2013
Research shows that helping others can make people feel like they have more time.