Explore all of the stories from the Winter 2020 issue of Stanford Business magazine.
In his quest to cure his daughter’s ultra-rare disease, Matt Wilsey might also be changing the way drugs are made.
A Stanford business professor infiltrates the ever-shifting world of eSports to unearth new lessons in corporate adaptability.
A Stanford GSB alumna revisits her original admission essay and reflects on how her worldview has changed in the years since.
A legendary hotelier looks back at one of his biggest failures — and what he learned from it.
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A new marketing study of Facebook users shows that hard-sell tactics stifle engagement, and engagement is gold.
This Stanford GSB course attracts CEOs from some of the world’s biggest corporations, who share how they’re navigating — or creating — digital disruption.
New research shows that people with shared goals can get lured into “pseudo competitions” that hurt all involved.
Panelists: The Challenge of China
By the Numbers: Stanford GSB Behavioral Lab
While algorithms are efficient, they often lose nuance that may have been present 10 years ago when AI was not as prevalent. —Adina Sterling, assistant professor of organizational behavior at Stanford GSB
Stanford GSB’s ACT program sends alumni into social impact organizations to strategically solve problems and plan for growth.
An economist and a business advisor discuss what might happen if the gap between rich and poor continues to grow.
Stanford GSB accounting professor Charles M. C. Lee shares the story behind his favorite teaching keepsake.
A tough new law made it much harder for American tax cheats to hide their money offshore. But a new study shows they haven’t given up.
Relaunch expert Carol Fishman Cohen shares scripts that work when you’re getting back into the workforce or moving into a new field.
Gender bias can negatively affect what we think about products made by women, especially in male-oriented markets.