The Marketing Science Institute (MSI) recognized Eesha Sharma, associate professor of business administration at Tuck, as a 2019 MSI Young Scholar.Read more
In a new book, strategic visionary Richard D’Aveni predicts a brave new world of manufacturing driven by 3-D printing technology.Read more
As a guest on Harvard Business Review’s Women at Work podcast, Ella Bell Smith, professor of business administration, discusses how women can draw out actionable, useful feedback from their managers.Read more
Several times a month, Michaela (LeBlanc) Weber T'15 trades in her business suit for a bright orange jumpsuit, hard hat, and steel-toed boots.Read more
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A feature story about The Pan-Industrial Revolution, the new book from Richard D’Aveni exploring how 3D printing technology could revolutionize manufacturing and lead to the rise of what D’Aveni calls “pan-industrial” firms.
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