A Year in Stories: Top Ten Picks of 2020
We’ve gathered together the most memorable articles, interviews, podcasts, and videos from a year of world-changing events.
In the year that saw Zoom become a global verb, one of our top reads this year is an article on the company’s founder and CEO, Eric Yuan. | Illustration by Keith Negley
The year 2020 has been like a house guest who overstays their welcome but then leaves behind a thoughtful gift.
For us, that gift is a strong collection of articles, podcasts, and videos by and about Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty and alumni, all of which appeared on our Insights website. We’ve collected 10 of the most popular here. They include a podcast about effective communication, a video about the importance of empathy, and an interview with the founder and CEO of Zoom.
How do I communicate clearly when put on the spot? How can I easily convey complex information? How do I manage my reputation?
Learn how to take back control of your attention span.
Stanford GSB experts discuss the secrets and pitfalls of keeping workers away from the office.
We all know what it looks like to use power badly. A new book shows us how it can be used well.
Tech industry millionaires are moving the Democratic Party to the left on almost every issue except government regulation. Unions beware.
We tend to reward the overconfidence of upper-class individuals, even when they get it wrong.
In the months since his company became a global verb, Zoom CEO Eric Yuan has never been busier. Or more exhausted. Or happier.
Offering compassion, predictability, and control can help, say two Stanford experts.
The key to dealing with difficult people is learning to widen your perspective.
A forensic analysis reveals that Chinese banks deployed credit cards as a form of “disguised corruption.”
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