In the Media

Why trade and globalization concerns are resonating with...

Dean Matthew Slaughter says that, with the right kind of policies going forward, more global engagement can help American families in the future.

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What Does it Really Take to Stop Wasting...

Sydney Finkelstein offers five simple steps and says it's a matter of common sense with a healthy dose of personal discipline.

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Why Unicorns Are Struggling

Vijay Govindarajan, Tarunya Govindarajan, and Adam Stepinski note challenges faced by unicorns, which are privately owned tech companies valued at $1 billion or more. They write, "... unicorns are struggling not only to keep up,...

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What Have Free-Trade Policies Meant for New Hampshire?

Dean Matthew Slaughter said that the U.S. has been “behind the curve” when it comes to strengthening the social safety net for communities that are affected by free-trade agreements.

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Rising H-1B visa costs are stifling innovation...

In an op-ed, Dean Matthew Slaughter says that, facing a shortage of skilled workers, the U.S. should make H-1B visas more affordable for the nation's companies and start-ups.

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Nothing is permanent

Sydney Finkelstein is quoted as saying, "When smart leaders fail, it is not because they are incompetent, but because they are absorbed in their beliefs and are not willing to change.”

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Six Reasons Smart People Fail

Citing the book, Why Smart Executives Fail by Sydney Finkelstein, the Huffington Post offers six explanations for why highly regarded leaders have failed.

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Effective business leaders who see change when it...

An opinion piece by Vijay Govindarajan about how effective leaders are able to use the Three Box framework as a continual process—always reevaluating and reflecting on the past, present, and future.

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Why Candidates are Out of Sync with How...

Quotes Dean Matthew Slaughter on trade and globalization in the United States. “Slaughter suggests the safety net could be strengthened with expanded unemployment insurance, job training, and direct subsidies for workers whose...

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MBA Internship Tips: Getting an Internship

Quotes Jonathan Masland on the two different types of MBA internship searches and the importance of knowing what career services offer.

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Hiking H-1B visa fee may drive jobs...

Continued coverage on findings in a recent report by Dean Matthew Slaughter that suggests the H1-B visa costs incurred by companies are too high. In addition Slaughter found that contrary to many critics of the program, skilled...

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Let Go of What Made Your Company Great

Vijay Govindarajan says companies need to be more than ambidextrous in order to both exploit and explore for growth—companies must let go of what made them great.

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