India

A traffic jam in India
Stanford computer scientist Balaji Prabhakar was on his way to a routine business meeting in Bangalore, India, when his career took an interesting detour. “It was the winter of 2007,” he recalls. “I was being driven to Infosys, which has an IT services campus on the outskirts of the city, when...
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Stanford Graduate School of Business is seeking MBA candidates, who are citizens of India and interested in contributing to the country’s human and socioeconomic progress, to apply for the Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai MBA Fellowship. Fellows must commit to return to India within two years, and...
Vikram Sharma is founder and CEO of QuintessenceLabs, an information security company that uses quantum encryption keys to protect digital communications. Sharma was born in Chandigarh, India, near Delhi. His father was a diplomat in the Indian foreign service, and Sharma lived in numerous cities...
Students sitting in a lounge area.
Success in college may take years of preparation, dedication, and hard work — but it also helps to have brainy roommates, a Stanford study suggests. Sharique Hasan, an assistant professor of organizational behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business, and Surendrakumar Bagde, an officer in...
*|MC:SUBJECT|* Recent News & Events from Stanford Graduate School of Business and Stanford University focusing on India Igniting Minds in Bangalore   On the heels of the successful completion of the first 9-week...
Stanford GSB Reliance Fellows
Reliance Industries Limited and Stanford Graduate School of Business today announced the renewal of the Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai MBA Fellowship Program to support promising Indian students with financial need in obtaining an MBA at Stanford. Launched as a 5-year pilot in April 2008, the program...
Stanford Ignite - Bangalore Class
On the heels of the successful completion of the first 9-week certificate program in innovation and entrepreneurship outside its California campus, Stanford Graduate School of Business is now accepting applications for Stanford Ignite - Bangalore 2014. Classes will meet on extended weekends from...
Professor Baba Shiv walking with Stanford GSB students
The human brain is a sophisticated instrument. At its core, however, it’s nothing but the organ of an animal, prone to instinctive responses. This instinctual brain operates according to what I call the “X Framework,” a concept that emerges from studies on animal and human behavior, particularly...
Vivek Garg and women entrepreneurs
As an officer in the Indian army, Vivek Garg led men into combat for a decade. Now he’s turning his leadership skills to economic development and has founded an organization that is building cooperative enterprises in conflict-torn Kashmir and two other states in Northeast India. Business...

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