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Top 5 Reasons Diversity MBA Conferences Should Be on Your Recruiting Calendar

Quotes T’18s Bianca Goins, Jodine Gordon, and Sadé Lawrence about the benefits diversity conferences offer MBA students. Gordon says one of the advantages is the opportunity to get a glimpse of company culture.

Oct 16, 2017

Why There Still Aren’t a Lot of Black Women Executives

Ella Bell Smith discusses the lack of women in high-level executive positions and how women of color, particularly African-American women, are impacted and what can be done to change the trend.

Oct 11, 2017

Emerging Markets See Light with Reverse Innovation

Explains the term “reverse innovation” coined by Vijay Govindarajan. Reverse innovation refers to the growing practice of businesses designing products for emerging economies and then adapting them for developed economies, as opposed to focusing on the developed markets first.

Oct 10, 2017

What’s More Important to Young People Than Cool Perks or a Fancy Office? Growth.

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein in an article about what millennial workers value in a workplace. Finkelstein says businesses need to realize that being a stepping stone isn’t a bad thing.

Oct 07, 2017

Another Thing Amazon Is Disrupting: Business-School Recruiting

An article about Amazon's rise in popularity among MBAs quotes Abe Levy T’18. An intern at Amazon this summer, Levy is considering a return to the company upon graduation, mentioning the work-life balance of his Amazon co-workers.

Oct 04, 2017

To Succeed In Business, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Study Says

Daniel Feiler discusses his forthcoming paper exploring how choice affects expectations. Feiler says people have a tendency to be overly optimistic about the choices they make and that being more realistic could lead to greater satisfaction.

Sep 30, 2017

What Most Bosses Get Wrong About Millennials

Sydney Finkelstein shares his thoughts on how companies can better retain millennial workers. The key, he writes, is not to focus on retention, but the intensity of on-the-job learning and growth.

Sep 29, 2017

Norway’s Sovereign Wealth Fund To Undertake Major Review

Quotes B. Espen Eckbo in an article about the forthcoming overhaul of Norway’s sovereign wealth fund. Eckbo says there is an argument to be made for removing the fund’s management company from the purview of the Norwegian central bank.

Sep 29, 2017

How to Break Free of Washington’s Conventional Wisdom

An article about how to avoid the trappings of conventional wisdom quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter. In order to find unconventional solutions to problems, Slaughter advises business leaders to schedule regular reflection time into their calendars.

Sep 29, 2017

Admissions Director Q&A: Luke Anthony Peña of Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business

Luke Anthony Peña, executive director of admissions and financial aid, discusses what separates Tuck from other top business schools. “We take a position on the kind of leadership our graduates will practice,” he says. “We believe in confident humility, empathy, and judgement as core aptitudes of wise leadership. Everything happening at the Tuck School embodies that mission.”

Sep 26, 2017

Not a Regular Cease-and-Desist, A Cool Cease-and-Desist

An article about the response Netflix received for a recent cease-and-desist letter it sent quotes Kevin Lane Keller, E.B. Osborn Professor of Marketing. Keller says brand-building can happen anywhere, and that’s how companies should approach everything they do.

Sep 21, 2017

Starved for better leadership? Here’s where to find it.

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein, who says one of the core characteristics of strong leaders is to be morally grounded. “All leaders set an example for others to follow, and first must be a strong and meaningful moral compass.”

Sep 18, 2017

Amazon’s Big HQ2: A Sign of Hubris and Danger

Cites research by Kenneth French that found shares in companies with low capital investment returned six times as much as those with high capital investment since 1963.

Sep 18, 2017

Cancer’s Invasion Equation

Features Dr. Gilbert Welch, adjunct professor of business administration. Welch studies cancer patterns and trends and has found that expansive early detection screenings can lead to unnecessary treatment.

Sep 18, 2017

As Technology and Geopolitics Change, so Does Scrutiny of Foreign Business Deals

A story about the government halting the potential sale of a U.S. semiconductor firm to Chinese venture capitalists, citing national security concerns, features Dean Matthew Slaughter. Slaughter says the concerns are valid as information technology permeates more industries. 

Sep 15, 2017

Stop Letting Email Control Your Work Day

Professor of corporate communication Paul Argenti shares his ideas on how to re-frame email and make it a tool that works for us, instead of a nuisance that dominates our time.

Sep 08, 2017

The Pioneering MBAs In The Class Of 2019

T’19s Orlando Gómez, Darryn Lee and Katie Donovan are mentioned in a teaser of Poets & Quants' forthcoming “meet the class” series.

Aug 28, 2017

Customer Service Hall of Shame

In an article about companies with the most dissatisfied customers, Praveen Kopalle says cable and satellite television providers often fail to satisfy because the quality of service is not on par with what customers are paying.

Aug 25, 2017