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By keeping a close eye on risks and exerting the discipline to pull back from fast-buck temptations, Williams built a loyal client base and ultimately trumped more speculative investors.
In an article for the Harvard Business Review, co-authored with GE chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt D'78 and Tuck professor Chris Trimble T'96, Govindarajan describes how GE is making the radical shift to a new model.
The Franklin Report is a Zagat-like guidebook to home-service providers in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, and Florida.
Women have brought an outsider perspective to Norway's small and tightly knit business society.
Tuck's new Research-to-Practice Seminars let students in on the knowledge-creation process.
The clapboard cabins and military-style barracks may be history, but the sense of community in the revitalized Sachem Village, home to many of Tuck's married and partnered students, endures.