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The World of Kusum Ailawadi

An early mentor set the tone for marketing professor Kusum Ailawadi’s research interests, spurring a series of questions she’s still answering today.

Sep 22, 2016

Dartmouth’s New Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society

The newly announced, Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society, will facilitate collaboration across disciplines and will offer an array of new and meaningful ways for MBA students to deepen their engagement with the energy industry and explore career opportunities related to this critical sector.

Sep 20, 2016

Tuck Leads Learning by Doing Summit in Cambodia

Kerry Laufer, the director of TuckGO-OnSite Global Consulting, organized and attended a conference on experiential learning in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

Sep 07, 2016

Good, By Design

With the help of the Career Development Office and the alumni network, three Tuckies—two students and one alumna—spent this summer working unique self-designed internships in areas they have a true passion for: media, renewable energy, and social impact.

Aug 30, 2016

For Dartmouth Undergraduates, a Lesson on Social Entrepreneurship

Hanover-based nonprofit Positive Tracks' mission is to help young people “get active and give back.” This year’s Paganucci Fellows made it their mission to help.

Aug 23, 2016

What Managers Can Learn From the Microchip Industry

Tuck professor Constance Helfat proposes a new theory of firm integration based on the costs of technological innovation

Aug 01, 2016

The United States Will Win the Olympics, Again

Tuck professor Andrew Bernard and Camila Gonzales T’16 teamed up to produce predictions on the medal count in Rio.

Jul 19, 2016

Tuck Faculty Present Impactful Research Around the Globe

Three Tuck professors are leading cutting-edge research that examines three timely issues: stock-financed takeovers, global supply chains and trade policy, and offshoring.

Jul 18, 2016

Five Leadership Habits All Great Bosses Share

Mentions Superbosses by Sydney Finkelstein in an article about tactics managers can use to help their employees grow. “Finkelstein found that the world’s most extraordinary bosses bring out untapped talents in their people,” writes Inc. “How do they this? By talking to their employees about their potential.”

Jun 21, 2017

Deans’ First Jobs: From Washing Dishes to Selling Hot Dogs

Dean Matthew Slaughter reflects on important business lessons learned during his first job at a miniature golf course. Slaughter enjoyed a front row seat to how empathetic design thinking is practiced thanks to the example of the course’s owner. “He forced us all to put on our empathy glasses,” says Slaughter.

Jun 21, 2017

Yet Another Crisis for Uber: Six Vacant Executive Jobs, and No Active CEO

“This is going to be a classic business school case study, there’s no question,” says Sydney Finkelstein of Uber’s current leadership structure.

Jun 19, 2017

The Decline of the Baronial C.E.O.

Dean Matthew Slaughter and Vijay Govindarajan discuss how the era of baronial chief executives is drawing to a close. “The C.E.O. with a big office, a tenure of 10 or 20 years, in a suit and tie, is becoming a thing of the past,” says Govindarajan.

Jun 19, 2017

Uber: 14 Bosses, One Corporate ‘Game of Thrones?’

“Having two people making joint leadership decisions is a big mistake for companies, but 14 is setting up a war for succession,” Finkelstein says, opinion on Uber’s leadership succession plans following the departure of CEO Travis Kalanick.

Jun 15, 2017

The ‘Exporting Jobs’ Canard

Dean Matthew Slaughter discusses how multinational hiring abroad doesn't come at the expense of U.S. workers. "Limit the ability of U.S. multinational companies to flourish abroad and you limit their ability to create high-paying jobs in America," says Slaughter.

Jun 15, 2017

What U.S. CEOs Can Learn from GM’s India Failure

Vijay Govindarajan offers five lessons for American CEOs based on GM’s sales failure in India. “Ceding what will soon be the most populous country on the planet to Asian and European competitors could have disastrous long-term consequences,” explains Govindarajan.

Jun 15, 2017

Creating a Culture of Innovation Starts with the Leader

Mentions Vijay Govindarajan in an article about creating environments where innovation can flourish.

Jun 14, 2017

Uber’s CEO is under fire. Can he hold onto his job?

Paul Argenti opines, "If Kalanick really wants to save the company, he has to get himself out. It's a fantastic organization with a tremendous idea and bad leadership."

Jun 14, 2017

New States Rights

John Vogel discusses tension between the States and the Federal Government over recent foreign affairs policy—namely the Paris Climate Accord.

Jun 09, 2017