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Who are the “superbosses,” the 10 secrets of the...

Continued coverage of Superbosses: How exceptional leaders manage the flow of talent written by Sydney Finkelstein highlighting a handful of "glorious bastard" CEOs referenced in the book.

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Do Venture Capitalists Matter?

Cites a research paper, The Impact of Venture Capital Monitoring, co-authored by Richard Townsend that showed venture capitalists do help startup firms by closely monitoring their development, and that the availability of direct...

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Need to find, keep, and maximize talent today?...

Sydney Finkelstein writes that Gene Roberts nurtured a generation of prominent journalists while reviving the Philadelphia Inquirer.

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4 Questions to Ask About Business School Financial Aid

Quotes Philip DeGisi T'09, chief marketing officer at the student loan refinancing company CommonBond, regarding how it's important for accepted students to speak with financial aid experts about their options for paying for...

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Marshall Goldsmith: Employees should take more responsibility for...

Marshall Goldsmith says, "A hundred percent of employee engagement dialogue is focused on ‘what is the company doing to engage you?’" says Goldsmith. "There's nothing on what the employee needs to do to engage themselves. You...

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Looking for the Democratic nod for president? Let...

Quotes John Lynch about New Hampshire's famous Democratic party supporter Mary Louise Hancock. The article mentions that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke about Hancock with Lynch when she visited Dartmouth...

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The monopoly should be dismantled

Espen Eckbo calls for eliminating the monopoly on managing Norway’s USD 900 billion Sovereign Wealth Fund given to the Norwegian central bank because the manager is increasingly switching from passive index strategies to active...

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Tuck Students Attend December’s Paris COP21, Bring...

Four Tuck students accompanied professor Anant Sundaram to the climate change summit. Sundaram said, “People always kind of do a double take and say, ‘What is a business school doing here?’ And I say, ‘Who is causing the...

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India should create a world-class reverse innovation lab:...

Vijay Govindarajan discusses the biggest hurdles to startups in India and how the country should create a world-class reverse innovation lab—partially funded by the government. “It is the same Indians who innovate when they go...

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Building a Better System with More Physician Accountability...

Chris Trimble says problems in the healthcare system can only be fixed by physicians. He writes, “Policymakers, payers, and administrators can help create the right incentives and right conditions, but they cannot finish the...

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How do I create a culture of innovation...

Chris Trimble offers five things that leadership can do; push towards accountable care, make a call for proposals within your system, make bets on small full time teams that redesign and deliver better care, help cut through...

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MBA Rankings: Take With A Pinch Of Salt

Mentions Tuck as the first school to offer an MBA—starting with four students taking the Master of Science in Commerce.

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