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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — Business and government leaders, entrepreneurs, academics, and students gather this week at the Stanford Graduate School of Business for the 2012 Healthcare Innovation Summit to examine the forces shaping the future of health care and discuss practical...
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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — Researchers applying psychology to the realm of politics are finding that giving voters a few strategic nudges can push far more people in the direction of polls on election day. Old standard “get-out-the-vote” phone call scripts made by volunteers simply...
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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — When global banker Robert L. Joss became dean of the Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1999, the school’s current tagline — Change lives. Change organizations. Change the world. — did not exist. By the time he stepped down from that position in 2009, it...
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In this Closer Look, David F. Larcker and Brian Tayan at the Corporate Governance Research Program and researcher Sarah M. Larcker examine this issue in detail. Read the complete Closer Look Series research piece Explore More Topics, Issues and Controversies in Corporate Governance via...
Spring 2008 Roy Gilbert started understanding how important alumni gifts are to the School even before he received his MBA degree in 2002. As co-chairman of his class gift committee, Gilbert got a clear picture of how much the GSB depends on its graduates whose donations create opportunities for...
Summer 2007 What started with PepsiCo’s interest in recruiting MBA students has grown into a multi-faceted relationship that now spans across the GSB including involvement in the school’s Center for Leadership Development, sponsorship of student events, and the creation of a new fellowship fund...
Summer 2007 To reflect the rapidly changing business world, the Stanford Graduate School of Business knows it must attract a diverse group of future leaders from around the world. International students, which make up about one-third of the school’s study body, frequently graduate with more debt...
Summer 2007 When the new Graduate School of Business (GSB) campus––the Knight Management Center––goes up on Serra Street in 2008, it will not only be a friendly environment, it will also be friendly to the environment. That’s because the GSB is working to make sure that the entire 360,000-square...
Spring 2008 The spirit of volunteerism that animates Robin Reynolds, MBA ’01, is evident through the many forms of service that she has taken within the GSB community. Since graduating almost seven years ago, she has been a non-stop volunteer in a multitude of areas, including a pro bono...
Summer 2007 Inspired by the faculty’s vision for a redesigned MBA curriculum that features an integrated global approach and experiential real-world learning opportunities for students, Roger Deromedi, MBA ’77, and his family recently established endowed and expendable funds to support the...

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