Leadership

Leadership and Growth by David W. Brady and Michael Spence World Bank, 2010 Find it @ Business Library Buy this book (Amazon.com) This book has been prepared for the Commission on Growth and Development to evaluate the state of knowledge on the relationship between leadership and economic...
Jeremy Lin Driving to the Basket
Three years ago, Zakary Tormala had a casual conversation with a friend about the excessive hype around rookie hires in the academic job market. They had found it remarkable that top entry-level faculty — candidates with a couple of publications under their belt before finishing grad school —...
John Morgridge photo
The following is a transcript of the graduation address given by alumni speaker John Morgridge. Thank you Dean Saloner for your kind introduction.  My grandchildren who are present might believe all of it but my wife, Tashia, also present, would be sure to edit it. Class of 2012, it is an...
Garth Saloner graduation photo
Graduates, John Morgridge, honored guests, faculty, staff, families, and friends, welcome to the 2012 Graduation Ceremony at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business. At FOAM, in a time-honored tradition, you have declared yourselves to be “Friends of Arjay Miller!” I am so delighted that...
Spring 2012 Making a planned gift to the GSB to support leadership enabled Timothy Sullivan, MBA ’89, to achieve several goals. Not only does the school benefit from his support but the Chicago-area alum feels good about giving back to his alma mater and supporting a key part of the school that...
Photo of 2012 GSB graduates applauding
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — “The choices you will make given your youth, your energy, your knowledge, and your experience will change your community, your country, and your world,” John Morgridge told a group of 473 degree candidates during the Stanford Graduate School of Business...
Spring 2012 With their long history and passion for promoting services and education in the developing world through various organizations, Robert, MBA ’74, and Elizabeth Jeffe were motivated to bring that focus to bear at the business school. Previously, one of their key personal philanthropic...
Spring 2012 This past December, Stanford University concluded an unprecedented five-year campaign that positioned the school to address a range of challenges in today’s global economy. The success of The Stanford Challenge, which was made possible with the extensive support of GSB alumni and...

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