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Q&A | October 23, 2013
In a new book, Steven G. Mandis — a banker-turned-sociologist and adjunct professor at the School — attributes Goldman Sachs’s culture change to “organizational drift.”
A Better Big Apple
Feature | June 13, 2012
Through a new Master Class — a unique partnership between the School, city agencies, and the private sector — students are working to improve one of the most complex entities in the world: New York City.
Topics: Accounting, Business Economics and Public Policy, Corporate Finance, Entrepreneurship, Leadership, Marketing, Media and Technology, Operations, Real Estate, Risk Management, Social Enterprise, Strategy | Read Article
The PGA Tour’s Newest Stat
Q&A | October 11, 2011
Professor Mark Broadie has developed a new methodology for analyzing putting performance.
Alumni Academy to Offer Exclusive Executive Education Modules
News | March 16, 2011
New executive-level mini-courses will help alumni hone the leadership skills they need to continue to move forward in their careers.
New Professorship and Research Fund Honor Paul Calello ’87
News | October 26, 2010
Established through the generosity of a number of Calello’s colleagues at Credit Suisse, the Paul Calello Professorship of Leadership and Ethics will support the most timely teaching and research — and honor an exemplary leader.
School Launches Program for Financial Studies
News | August 30, 2010
Led by Professor Laurie Simon Hodrick, the multidisciplinary new program provides an integrative approach to financial studies.
Seeking Alpha — And Talent
Spotlight | July 12, 2010
After selling her family’s mineral extraction business in 2005, Katherine Priestley ’92 cofounded the investment firm Lincoln Vale.
Linda Green on the Healthcare Revolution
Q&A | February 15, 2010
As the debate over healthcare reform continues, there is one area that could be pivotal, says Professor Linda Green, who teaches Healthcare Industry in the 21st Century.
HERMES Then and Now
Feature | January 27, 2010
Since the first issue in 1968, HERMES has explored key issues in business and society, from the role of the university in social change to consolidation trends in capital markets — often from the perspective of expert alumni practitioners.
Forecasting the Financial and Economic Futures of Japan and the United States
News | June 18, 2009
A conference in Tokyo organized by the School’s Center on Japanese Economy and Business brought together leading industry practitioners, government officials and scholars from the United States and Japan.
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Annual Dinner 2014
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Pan-Asian Reunion 2014
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