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All Eyes On India, And Its New Prime Minister

Jun 02, 2014 /Matthew Slaughter discusses India's new prime minister, Narenda Modi, and which directions he may take regarding India's economic problems, its relationship with Pakistan, and…
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Why Two CEOs Are Better Than One

May 30, 2014 /Visiting Professor Thomas C. Lawton explains why companies should create a second CEO called the Chief External Officer.
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Departing Deans on Fundraising, Ethical MBAs, and Cartooning

May 30, 2014 /Bloomberg Businessweek asks Dean Paul Danos and two other long-standing, departing business deans how their thinking has evolved during their tenure when it comes to business schools.
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The problem with smart people

May 29, 2014 /In his latest BBC Column, "Syd Weighs In," Sydney Finkelstein says choosing the most intelligent people to be managers may be better in theory than practice.
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Vijay Govindarajan: Empower Youth and Entrepreneurs

May 28, 2014 /Vijay Govindarajan, Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management, writes on how to turn India into an economic powerhouse.
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Burger King’s New Motto: The Pros and Cons of a Company Slogan

May 23, 2014 /Article on Burger King's new slogan quotes Professor Peter Golder's research on Burger King's brand.
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Strategy’s No Good Unless You End Up Somewhere New

May 21, 2014 /Vijay Govindarajan, Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management, lists his four most important issues about innovation as it relates to strategy.
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President Obama makes a sales pitch for the U.S.

May 21, 2014 /Associate Dean Matthew Slaughter notes ways in which the U.S. could attract more foreign investment.
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Health Care for 1% of the Cost

May 19, 2014 /Coxe Distinguished Professor of Management Vijay Govindarajan writes on how reverse innovation provides the answer to U.S. health care.
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A View from the Trees

May 16, 2014 /Developing Leaders talks with Clark Callahan, executive director of Tuck Executive Education, on how Tuck's intimate environment shapes executive learning.
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