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The Most Surprising Things About Business School

Jul 15, 2015 /Michaela LeBlanc T'15 said, "I was surprised by how much time I spent at school in my first year. Coming from an industry with longer hours, I didn’t expect such a packed schedule."
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Greek deal ‘messy’ but better than alternative: Peter Fisher

Jul 15, 2015 /Peter Fisher said, “A three-year-deal is better than a six-month-deal."
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Asking Ourselves How to Develop Women of Color in the Workplace

Jul 15, 2015 /Ella L.J. Bell Smith encouraged business leaders to send women of color in their companies to external leadership programs.
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3D printing: The long-term game-changer

Jul 15, 2015 /Richard D’Aveni says, “3-D printers are being used to make very highly complex products, and are usually relatively close to the assembly plants.”
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Where the Class of 2014 Went to Work

Jul 08, 2015 /An interactive table shows how the top 25 U.S. schools compare with each other when it comes to the industry choices of MBAs.
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Class of 2015: The Toughest Part of the MBA Experience

Jul 08, 2015 /Michaela LeBlanc T'15 says, "At Tuck, I took courses in the core curriculum like marketing and operations that were far out of my previous knowledge base.”
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Middle Management Vanishing? Tuck Professor vs. Simon Dean

Jul 08, 2015 /Sydney Finkelstein says, "You need way fewer middle managers. It’s not that middle management is going to disappear, but the number of middle managers absolutely is going down.”
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The Best and Worst Corporate Apologies of 2015

Jul 08, 2015 /Sydney Finkelstein comments on the apology by the CEO of Takata for faulty airbags. "His apology was definitely overdue. This has been going on for a while."
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Marshall Goldsmith’s Required Reading

Jul 07, 2015 /Marshall Goldsmith offers book recommendations for leaders striving to enhance their performance.
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The Business Schools That Create The Most ‘Market Value’

Jul 07, 2015 /P&Q's ranking of the top business schools in the United States places Tuck fourth for overall compensation, with graduates averaging $155,037.
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