In the Media

Research: Narcissists Don’t Like Flat Organizations

A piece co-authored by Alexander Jordan examines the relationship between organizational structures and the types of people these structures attract. Research shows that hierarchical organizations attract narcissists due to the...

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Profile: Tuck School of Business Professor Vijay Govindarajan...

An article profiles Vijay Govindarajan and discusses his inspiration for the concept of reverse innovation and the three-box framework. “Inspired by his grandfather’s example, Govindarajan’s purpose in life is to positively...

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How to predict Olympic results before the Games...

A feature article about the Rio 2016 Olympic medal predictions made by Camila Gonzales T'16, using a formula created by Professor Andrew Bernard. Gonzales says that Russia’s ban has introduced some uncertainty into the...

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To Waste Food Is Human, But We Can...

An opinion piece by Punam Anand Keller examines the psychological factors—stemming from evolutionary roots—that cause humans to unconsciously waste food. “Human beings come pre-loaded with instincts and traits, and wasting...

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How Amazon Adapted Its Business Model to India

An article co-authored by Vijay Govindarajan, explains how Amazon reinvented its ecosystem to adapt to the e-commerce enterprise in India. “When Amazon.in debuted, many Indians feared the online behemoth would put them out of...

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Why we loathe leadership training

In his latest piece for "Syd Weighs In," Sydney Finkelstein, shares four rules on how to generate and regenerate talent on a continual basis. "Vast amounts of money—into the tens of billions—are spent on leadership training...

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Teachers: Melania Trump would have gotten an F...

Quotes Aine Donovan about the glaring similarities between Melania Trump's speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland and Michelle Obama’s speech in 2008. “This would definitely be at minimum a yellow flag,”...

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Vogel: Pre-Kindergarten

John Vogel discusses the shortcomings of Vermont Act 166—state funded pre-kindergarten for three and four year olds.

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With Back-to-School Approaching, Gap Seeks New Grip on...

Quotes Kevin Lane Keller in an article about Gap’s declining sales and the opportunity for the apparel company to regain their footing in this back-to-school season. "It's great to be a timeless brand, but you have to thread the...

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Gun brutality emboldens CEOs to speak out about...

Paul Argenti is quoted in an article about CEOs sharing their thoughts on social media following the fatal shootings of two black men and five police officers last week. "There are people who are going to complain you’re siding...

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Global Golf Lessons

Charles Wheelan of the Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth offers an "I told you so" acknowledgment to two academics including Dean Matthew Slaughter for predicting a working class backlash nearly a decade ago in a Foreign Affairs...

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A Medical Mystery of the Best Kind: Major...

Cites a paper co-authored by Dr. H. Gilbert Welch about the drop in colon cancer deaths—nearly a 50 percent decline since its peak in the 1980s. The study suggests that patient screenings play a part in the decline but not...

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