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Fall 2008 In honor of its former CEO, Jean-Pierre Garnier, MBA ’74, GlaxoSmithKline recently established two fellowships at the Stanford Graduate School of Business totaling $500,000. Garnier retired in May 2008 after serving as the CEO of the company since its creation in 2001. These funds...
Fall 2008 Reliance Industries Limited and the Stanford Graduate School of Business recently established the Reliance Dhirubhai India Education Fund to support promising Indian students with financial need in obtaining an MBA at Stanford. Dean Robert L. Joss visited India in April and joined...
Spring 2009 The business world is growing more interconnected by the day, and the global economic recession only highlights the increasing interdependency of international markets. Acknowledging this trend, a GSB alumnus and his spouse, a Stanford Law School graduate, have made a significant...
Spring 2011 The study of emerging markets is generating great interest, particularly as more countries embark on the transition from a developing country to an emerging market by restructuring their economies along market-oriented lines to offer opportunities in trade, technology transfers, and...
Stanford GSB alumni can view the school's annual report for key accomplishments during past year driven by the exceptional generosity of our alumni and friends. Highlights include a financial summary, reunion and class giving, and our honor roll of donors and volunteers. Launching...
Innovative programs delivered through centers transform the learning experience at the GSB. Our centers represent four corner-stones of a comprehensive general management education and provide focal points for teaching, research, case writing, student activities, executive education and...
The school is renowned for its use of innovative educational approaches that take students beyond business theory by emphasizing hands-on management experience, intensive small-group seminars, and immersive global and social innovation study trips. Curricular innovations include: Bold New MBA...
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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—Can strategic applications of mobile technology yield benefits in the developing world? Stanford professor Joshua Cohen thinks so. But he also emphasizes that applications need to pay careful attention to design and to be founded on strong relationships. His...
STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS — Among the most complex contributors to poverty in developing nations are  lack of access to savings and credit by individuals, poor management practices in industry, operational inefficiencies among entrepreneurs, and bribery throughout  supply...
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