As Japan shifts from disaster relief to rebuilding, GSB alumni see opportunities for change and renewal.
In a Stanford course, Jane Chen finds her passion is saving babies
A new generation of medical "rock stars" are blending cutting-edge technology with reams of old-fashioned data to help drive innovation, said Todd Park, chief technology officer of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and one of the participants in the 2011 Healthcare Summit held at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
The new home for the Stanford Graduate School of Business opened its doors April 29 with a dedication and open house that drew thousands.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business opens the Knight Management Center, a new facility of eight buildings around three quads designed to support an innovative MBA curriculum. The center is expected to achieve the highest LEED Platinum® rating for environmental sustainability from the U.S. Green Building Council.
The Stanford Graduate School of Business opens its new home, the $345 million Knight Management Center, one of the world’s most innovative and sustainable business school facilities. The new center is an inflection point for the school, which will serve as a launch pad for new courses and programs, as well as cutting edge research. Nike founder Philip H. Knight, MBA ’62, gave the $105 million...
Fast fashion-designing products that capture the latest consumer trends, and then spending extra money to get them to market quickly, can be well worth the extra expense, increasing profits exponentially, says Stanford Graduate School of Business Professor Robert Swinney, coauthor of a recent study.
Stanford Graduate School of Business alumni based in Japan find unexpected obstacles as entire industries face disruption and an unknown future since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
Calling education "the most important problem that we have to solve in this country," an official of the U.S. Department of Education warned that other nations are doing a better job than the United States of educating their young people.
Recognized for "shaping the very way that organizational behavior scholars and practitioners look at the impact of social process," Charles O'Reilly received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Academy of Management.