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How to breathe new life into one of the country’s oldest companies? King Arthur Flour Company president Steve Voigt T'86 did it by embracing people’s love of something timeless: baking.
From Lima to Johannesburg, broadening students’ global mindset.
Delivering quality health care is one of the greatest challenges facing the next generation of business leaders. Meeting it, says Dartmouth president Jim Yong Kim, means harnessing the college's vast resources—including Tuck's management expertise.
A new book on design strategy by Deepa Prahalad, daughter of management guru C.K. Prahalad, was rated by Fast Company as one of the 13 best design books of the year.
Richard Smith T’11 and the Polar Vision team reach the South Pole.
Hockey is more than just a game at Tuck. It’s woven into the fabric of the school, an all-comers activity that builds on Tuck’s time-honored traditions of teamwork and community. But first you have to learn to stand on three legs.
When Tim Harding T’95 read about a new concept called “enhanced active choice,” developed by professor Punam Anand Keller, he decided to try the technique with employees at his chain of grocery stores.