Dedicated to the Future

State-of-the-art classrooms, student residences, and one very special "wow" space. Tuck's new buildings provide one of the best living and learning environments in the world.

Aug 01, 2010

A New Playbook: Consulting for the Flutie Foundation

The foundation, which distributes more than $500,000 per year in grants to families affected by autism, was looking for a near-complete sponsorship package to pitch to corporations.

Jul 30, 2010

A New Way of Talking - From Crisis to Growth in Corporate Communications

Paul Argenti envisions a new role for corporate communications following an epic collapse of trust and the rise of social media.

Jul 21, 2010

The Day After

The financial crisis has led to seismic shifts in the ways companies do business. But with the recovery come new opportunities for those smart enough—and bold enough—to seize them. more

Jul 05, 2010

Finding Insight in Unsolvable Problems

In their new book, Stephen Powell and Bob Batt T’06 present an original approach to modeling ill-structured business problems.

Jul 01, 2010

Pharmaceutical Sleuths

A new authentication technology, developed by a team from Thayer and Tuck, tells purchasers whether a drug is real or fake.

Jul 01, 2010

Management Myths and Practical Mistakes

Logic and experience are critical elements of good decision-making. But sometimes they can lull us into too-simple explanations.

Jun 20, 2010

Research and the MBA

In 2008, Peter Golder, then at NYU, and his coauthor, Debanjan Mitra, published, "Does Academic Research Help or Hurt MBA Programs?" in the Journal of Marketing. Their results showed that research did in fact benefit MBA programs.

Jun 10, 2010

Guerilla Communication

Three Tuck faculty members found themselves in an ongoing conversation about the future of financial regulation.

May 29, 2010

The Doctor Is In

When Professor Vijay Govindarajan accepted a two-year professor-in-residence position with General Electric in October 2007, he met with chairman and CEO Jeffrey Immelt D'78 to find out exactly what he would be doing.

May 23, 2010

Tim Moxey T’01

Catching up with the triathlete, father of two, and president and founder of nuun, makers of a successful sports hydration drink.

May 20, 2010

Did Economists Really Fail Us?

Many fault the economics profession for its failure to see the financial crisis coming. But was it really so obvious all along—and did it have to end so badly?

May 01, 2010

Keeping an Eye on Risk

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.

Jan 21, 2010

Measuring the Effects of a Diverse Workforce

Q&A with Professor Judith White.

Nov 22, 2009

Selling the Savings Plan

Research by Tuck marketing professor Punam Anand Keller looks into employee well-being programs and reveals surprising results about how we save.

Nov 19, 2009

Attack of the Clones

In Beating The Commodity Trap, Tuck Strategy Professor Richard D'Aveni offers firms a practical guide to managing the threat of commoditization.

Nov 10, 2009

Next Practices in Business Strategy

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.

Oct 21, 2009

In-depth and Interactive

Tuck's new Research-to-Practice Seminars let students in on the knowledge-creation process.

Jun 21, 2009

Advanced Issues in Accounting

Q&A with Professor Phillip Stocken. It's an old accounting joke: A man asks "How much is 2+2?" and his accountant says "What do you want it to be?" Corporate management has strategic choices to make about accounting policy in valuing companies.

Jun 15, 2009

Decisions, Decisions…

Professor Sydney Finkelstein discusses the science of decision making.

Jun 10, 2009