In the Media

The Financial Insecurity Bias

Eesha Sharma, assistant professor of business administration, is featured in an interview about how feeling poor can affect the way people spend and save, among other habits. "I've found that people who feel financially worse off...

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How to Talk About Office Politics with a...

Quotes Judith White, visiting professor of business administration and faculty director of the Tuck Business Bridge Program, about how it’s okay to indoctrinate a new hire into office politics if it will help them navigate the...

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Rising Costs Of An MBA Impacting School Choice...

Highlights results from an online open survey of applicants sponsored by Association of Independent Graduate Admissions Consultants (AIGAC). Tuck was singled out in the survey as the business school that got to know their...

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The leadership delusion keeping you from promotion

In his latest piece for "Syd Weighs In," Sydney Finkelstein, the Steven Roth Professor of Management, discusses the benefit of having a “customer focused” leadership style—creating more advancement opportunities for worthy...

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Jobs abound, but skills to fill them are...

Highlights Eric Spiegel T'87, CEO of Siemens USA, as the keynote speaker on Monday at Governor Maggie Hassan's summit on work-based learning and better preparing students for the job world. According to the New Hampshire Union...

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The Climate for Corporate-Charity Partnerships Is Hotting up

Cites the 2011 study, Does Retailer CSR Enhance Behavioral Loyalty: A Case for Benefit Segmentation, co-authored by Kusum Ailawadi, Scott Neslin, and Gail Taylor that showed that extremely price-conscious consumers are not swayed...

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Stop Saying Big Companies Can’t Innovate

An opinion piece co-authored by Vijay Govindarajan about how contrary to popular belief big companies can still innovate just as well—if not better—than startups. “The world faces many complex problems,” says Govindarajan....

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How Disney Found its Way Back to Creative...

An opinion piece co-authored by Vijay Govindarajan about how the contrasts between Disney and Warner Brothers provide an instructive study on how the key to success is adapting to industrial changes. "Repeating what you've done in...

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Big automakers vs. disruptors

As a guest on CNBC's Power Lunch, Paul Argenti discusses management issues in the auto sector as companies like Uber and Tesla are disrupting the industry. "This comes at a really bad time for them, and I think the new competition...

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No Venture Capital Needed, or Wanted

Highlights Dana Ehrlich T'05, founder and CEO of the grass-fed beef company Verde Farms, in an article about successful startups that have been growing and expanding without the help of investors or venture capitalists. Ehrlich...

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What’s At Stake: Politics of Fear, Exclusion...

An opinion piece by Fred McKinney about the rifts that the presidential campaign is causing in America. McKinney challenges readers to come together as a nation before the current crisis becomes an existential crisis for the...

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AOL’s newest employee perk: VC funding for...

Quotes Vijay Govindarajan in an article about a new incentive being offered to AOL employees—the chance to launch their own startup with funding and six months to develop their project. Govindarajan argues that the more a...

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