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In his Leadership in the Global Economy course, Professor Slaughter uses the framework of congressional testimony, with students as CEOs at the witness table, to teach students how business leaders should lead companies amidst increasingly present governments of many countries. In other words, how to tell their stories briefly and convincingly.
Richard Smith T’11 and his Polar Vision team passed their first test of endurance and planning. Next stop: Antarctica.
Tuck graduates find a promising start in Korea.
Decades after the original Holiday Inn company was sold and resold, McLean Wilson T'07 and his family continue to play an important role in it as a brand builder.
David G. Lubrano T’56, a former Tuck overseer, played an instrumental role in securing the financial future of the school.
Launched two years ago, Tuck's Research-to-Practice seminars teach MBA students critical-thinking skills, to test ideas against both theory and data. Even more striking than the seminars' unique intimate format is the way they peel back the layers on a particular body of research.
Timberland CEO Jeff Swartz T’84 is winning people over—one eco-friendly piece of gear at a time—with a deeply held belief that doing good in the world is also good for the bottom line. Will competitors follow suit?