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Why a Strong Sense of Purpose Fuels the...

Vijay Govindarajan comments on how to respect a brand's identity while also trying new things to expand options for tomorrow.

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Slaughter aims to refine Tuck mission — in one...

Dean Matthew Slaughter shares his plans to build on Tuck's strong reputation and sense of community.

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MBA Organizations Strive for Gender Diversity in the...

The article notes that 42 percent of the Tuck class of 2017 are women and quotes Sally Jaeger, assistant dean and director of the MBAPO.

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What Is the Greatest Comeback of All Time?

Richard D’Aveni argues that Richard Nixon’s comeback after his debate with JFK is notable, but he may have an even greater comeback when historians compare his legacy to the leaders who have followed him.

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Tuck Reports All-Time Best Career Stats

The recent outcome data reports a median base salary at $125,000—an 8% increase over the previous year— while 99% of the class had job offers three months post graduation.

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Tamr Chosen as No. 1 Small Company

Highlights the company Tamr, co-founded by CEO Andy Palmer T’94. Employees completed confidential surveys, rating their employers based on 24 statements about direction, execution, connection, management, work, pay and benefits,...

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Uber is not ‘Genuinely Disruptive’, says Clayton Christensen

Cites research published by Andrew King that discredits Clayton Christensen’s work on disruptive innovation. King writes, “The full theory of disruptive innovation should only be applied when specific conditions are met.”

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Electricity to Charge Electric Cars is not Always...

Research by Erin Mansur finds that electricity from coal fired plants may actually cause more carbon dioxide pollution than a modern gasoline powered car.

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20 of the Best Books by the Most Influential...

Highlights Reverse Innovation and Triggers, as books respectively written by Vijay Govindarajan, Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management, and Marshall Goldsmith, adjunct professor of business administration.

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Discussing Business Strategy with Vijay Govindarajan

Vijay Govindarajan says, “The best tool to craft a strategy is to ask two questions: What game do I want to play? How do I play to win?”

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Toronto gurus win big at ‘Oscars of management...

Highlights Sydney Finkelstein as one of Canada’s top business thinkers.

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The 15 most influential thinkers in business

Highlights Vijay Govindarajan, Richard D'Aveni, and Marshall Goldsmith as three of the 15 most influential thinkers of 2015.

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