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The Innovation Mindset in Action: 3M Corporation

Vijay Govindarajan discusses key elements of 3M's culture of innovation.

Aug 07, 2013

Robert Howell: First, Try Passing Broader Tax Reforms

Professor Robert Howell responds to the question: "Does the U.S. need a repatriation holiday to bring back corporate cash?"

Jul 29, 2013

How Companies Can Get Smart About Raising Prices

Professor Kusum Ailawadi offers research-based strategies for raising prices without alienating consumers.

Jul 29, 2013

Will the iPhone go the way of the BlackBerry?

Professor Syd Finkelstein says that the pace of change is so quick in the cellular phone industry that staying on top requires constant innovation.

Jul 26, 2013

There’s Almost Always Fat to Cut

Professor Robert Howell gives companies advice whose costs are rising, but are afraid of raising prices.

Jul 24, 2013

Do MBA Graduates Get a Return on Their Tuition Investment?

Dean Paul Danos on how Tuck differentiates itself from other top business schools.

Jul 24, 2013

Tax Reform’s Latest Offshoot: Corporate Coalitions

Tax reform lobbyists are releasing a study by Professor Mathew Slaughter.

Jul 19, 2013

Dell shareholders must wait to vote on buyout

Professor Anant Sundaram calls the shareholder vote, "management theater."

Jul 19, 2013

Pork Producer Acquisitions Raises Questions on Hill

Associate Dean Matthew Slaughter speaks to the Senate Agriculture Committee on Chinese investment in the U.S.

Jul 19, 2013

Four Insights On How Great Brands Fail

Professor Peter Golder describes four insights that have been surprising to marketers and investors.

Jul 15, 2013

Demographic Change Amplifying Racial Inequities

Professor Leonard Greenhalgh says that educating minority children is critical to building a more competitive workforce.

Jul 15, 2013

Have you been a victim of meeting malpractice?

Professor Sydney Finkelstein says a meeting without an agenda is like a restaurant without a menu.

Jul 12, 2013

The Power of Bernanke

Professor Matthew Slaughter comments on record highs for the stock markets.

Jul 12, 2013

Senators Question Chinese Takeover of Smithfield

Professor Matthew Slaughter testifies to the U.S. Senate on the purchase of Smithfield Foods by a Chinese firm.

Jul 12, 2013

Why does Microsoft need a restructuring?

Professor Sydney Finkelstein says change could lead to new ideas at Microsoft.

Jul 11, 2013

Selling Shoes (And Everything Else) on Social Networks

Professor Yaniv Dover looks at social networks for clues to the fate of new products.

Jul 10, 2013

‘A Person Is Smart; People Are Dumb’

The author cites research by Professor Kenneth French showing that active portfolio management creates a cost disadvantage for investors.

Jul 10, 2013

The Battle to Retain Market Leadership

Research by Peter Golder shows that, when market leaders lose their perch, they typically have a very short time in which to regain it, adding to the pressure on managers to ward off challengers (Registration required).

Jul 09, 2013

Making Medicine as Safe as Can Be

Professor Brian Tomlin and co-authors address the issue of quality control in the pharmaceutical industry.

Jun 25, 2013

Doing Great Harm for Small Rewards: The Latest Shocker from Bank of America

Adjunct Professor John H. Vogel Jr. comments on reports that Bank of America rewarded staff for sending distressed homeowners into foreclosure (mp3).

Jun 24, 2013

The Experts: Will 3-D Printing Live Up to the Hype?

Professor Robert Howell says 3-D printing will be evolutionary and revolutionary.

Jun 24, 2013

Food for Thought

Study by Kusum Ailawadi shows a growing market for low-sugar products.

Jun 17, 2013

Opportunity for India’s Travel Industry to Make the Most of Customer Loyalty Programs

Praveen Kopalle says such programs help firms become world-class competitors.

Jun 17, 2013

The Experts: What Will Global Manufacturing Look Like in Five Years?

David Howell, the David T. McLaughlin D’54, T’55 Distinguished Visiting Professor of Business Administration, says that there will be a new division of labor in terms of where goods and services come from.

Jun 17, 2013

Is your stock strategy working?

Research by Eugene Fama and Kenneth French shows that value stocks, bought at bargain prices, tend to do better than companies focused on growth and small companies tend to outpace large ones.

Jun 13, 2013

What would big data think of Einstein?

Professor Sydney Finkelstein says that human creativity, not data, has historically driven breakthrough innovations.

Jun 13, 2013

Brand Leadership Is Unlikely to Be Regained Once Lost

Professor Peter Golder says that brand leadership is beneficial -- but fragile.

Jun 10, 2013

Don’t Draw the Wrong Lessons from Better Place’s Bust

Professor Ron Adner dissects the recent failure of green-tech start-up Better Place.

Jun 10, 2013

What is the Single Most Important Task for a Leader?

Alexander "Sandy" Cutler T'75 says that great leaders see challenges as opportunities -- and inspire people to find innovative solutions.

Jun 05, 2013

What can save the IRS brand?

Paul Argenti says that the IRS stands for a lot of things people don't feel good about.

Jun 05, 2013

MBA students learn that all the business world’s a stage

James Rice says that business communication, like acting, requires rehearsal and self-awareness.

Jun 04, 2013

The Myth of Executive Accountability

Sydney Finkelstein notes an absence of personal accountability in business -- and in life.

Jun 03, 2013

Google’s Eric Schmidt Invests in Obama’s Big Data Brains

Professor M. Eric Johnson says "big data" gives advertisers the ability to personalize their campaigns.

May 31, 2013

MBA Class of 2013

Students from NYU's Stern, Dartmouth's Tuck, UVA's Darden and SMU's Cox business schools reflect on the value of education, their prospects and the future of business.

May 28, 2013

Wall Street’s High Hopes for Fed

Professor Matthew Slaughter joins a discussion on the delicate relationship between Wall Street, the Federal Reserve and the U.S. economy.

May 23, 2013

To get the workers you need, you must train them

Eric Spiegel, President and CEO of Siemens, says U.S. schools, government and industry need to work together to close the skills gap.

May 15, 2013