Tuck 360: MBA Blog tagged with Faculty

Find out what sets Tuck apart. Hear from the people who make Tuck distinctive among the world’s top MBA programs—students, partners, Tuck admissions staff, and the Tuck administrators who will work with you throughout your two years at Tuck. The Tuck 360: MBA blog combines candid insight about life at Tuck from students and partners with helpful insider tips and advice from Tuck staff who want you to succeed at Tuck.

Five Issues Every Student Should Be Able to Discuss in a Job Interview

Guest Contributor, October 13, 2014

Speaker Spotlight: Matt Slaughter Matt Slaughter is the Signal Companies' Professor of Management, the associate dean for faculty, and faculty director of the Center for Global Business and Government. For the first Tuck News Hour of the 2014–15 school year on Oct. 7, Professor Matt Slaughter wanted to do something a Continue Reading 


Faculty Expertise

Stephanie Butler, March 11, 2014

Many professors who teach in the MBA program also teach as part of Tuck Executive Education.  Visit the Executive Education blog faculty insights. VIDEOS:  Paul Argenti, Professor of Corporate Communication, offers advice on a variety of real life reputation and communication incidents, in On Message with Continue Reading 


VG and the $300 House

Pete. T'13, May 01, 2012

I just wanted to highlight another one of the great members of the Tuck Faculty. Although I have not taken one of VG’s classes yet, I am looking forward to enrolling in his elective next year, Implementing Strategy.  The following is an excerpt from an email sent Continue Reading 


The Wide Lens

Ken F. T'12, March 01, 2012

The wait is over. The book is out. Tuck strategy professor Ron Adner's groundbreaking work on innovation is available in all good book stores. Buy it, read it, use it, tell your friends. You can read the first chapter for free here.   var gaJsHost = (("https:" == document.location.protocol) ? Continue Reading 


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