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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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How risk taker Jay Chiat became adland’s ...

An opinion piece by Sydney Finkelstein on how Jay Chiat, creative risk-taker and advertising agency founder, became a superboss.

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How I realized the incredible impact that great...

Highlights the book Superbosses: How Exceptional Leaders Manage the Flow of Talent by Sydney Finkelstein and his definition of what it means to be a "superboss."

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MBA graduates’ love affair with consultancy endures

Quotes Stephen Pidgeon T'07 on how consulting firms hired the most MBAs at Tuck in 2015 for the second consecutive year. More than a third of Tuck’s students this year have entered consulting, with the big three—McKinsey, BCG...

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Indian B-schools need to an eco-system to promote...

Vijay Govindarajan discusses impacting the world of business by improving management practice and academic research in American business schools. “Instead of viewing them as conflict, we should bring them together. B-schools...

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Choosing the Best B-School for Consulting

Beat the GMAT cites a recent story, Tuck Class of 2015 Enjoys Record-Breaking Career Results, that reports 18% of the class of 2015 received offers from the elite three consulting firms alone—McKinsey, Bain and BCG. The article...

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3 box strategy for success of corporates need of...

Vijay Govindarajan spoke about his new book, "The Three-Box Solution: A Strategy for Leading Innovation." The Hans India writes, “Dr. Vijay inspired the audience by saying that planning for future is meaningless, but preparing...

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M and A little bit of history repeating

Quotes Anant Sundaram on the timing of the merger of industrial giants Johnson Controls and Tyco. "One would think that sensible, smart M&A activity should be countercyclical to the market," says Sundaram. "You want to buy...

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