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How to Make Decisions More Confidently

Quotes Sydney Finkelstein from a recent article in Harvard Business Review around the problems that come along with constant second guessing. Finkelstein argues that the more you doubt yourself, the more the decisions you make...

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The 15 Most Influential Thinkers in Business

Highlights Marshall Goldsmith, adjunct professor of business administration, Vijay Govindarajan, the Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management, and Richard D'Aveni, the Bakala Professor of Strategy, who were recently ranked by...

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The World’s Most Influential Business Thinkers 2015

Highlights Marshall Goldsmith, adjunct professor of business administration, who was recently ranked as the world’s fifth most influential business thinker of 2015. Goldsmith is renowned as the pioneer of the 360-degree feedback...

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The Road to CMO: 7 marketing experts on how...

Features Carly Rosenberg T’05, CMO at Bluefly, in an article that highlights seven CMOs across a variety of industries and the path they took to their current role.

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Women Now Make Up 40% of Students at Top...

Tuck is mentioned as one of 12 schools where women account for at least 40% of students.

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3 Research Tips for Veterans Applying to Business Schools

Highlights Tuck’s Military Visit Day, which provides a day exclusively for veterans to visit the school.

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Finally, More Women Are Going To Business School

Tuck is listed as one of the U.S. business schools with 40 percent or greater women's enrollment.

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How to Become a Spin Doctor

Paul Argenti argues that integrated corporate communication strategy is about planning social media, developing marketing materials, and dealing with investor relations.

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Stop Second-Guessing Your Decisions at Work

Sydney Finkelstein says, “Trusting your gut can be absolutely useful, valuable, and appropriate. It can cut down on a ton of time.”

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Men Sit Up and Listen as Women Fill 40%...

Lane McVey T’17 says, “It’s very coed and everything feels equal, which is something I wanted when applying.” The story also includes comments from Dawna Clarke and Penny Paquette T’76.

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Enhanced Active Choice

Punam Keller explains a new method for increasing employee participation in retirement savings programs.

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Primary Source: Candidates Now Flooding the Valley

Gov. John Lynch is quoted in an article that highlights US Senator Lindsey Graham’s recent visit to Dartmouth. Lynch said he found it odd that an experienced lawmaker such as Graham is polling in the low single digits, while...

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