Leadership

Chazen Institute Convenes Top Business Leaders and Scholars to Address How Globalization Has and Will Continue to Shape Markets

Chazen News Release | March 23, 2021

Special event – now available on demand – features Henry Kravis, Robert Zoellick, Marie Ffolkes, Joseph Stiglitz, Glenn Hubbard and more

Topics: Business Economics and Public Policy, Leadership, Organizations, Risk Management, World Business | Read Article

The Jerome A. Chazen Institute for Global Business Names Glenn Hubbard as Faculty Director

Chazen News Release | October 23, 2019

Hubbard to advance the Chazen Institute’s position on the world stage

NEW YORK The Jerome A. Chazen Institute for Global Business today announced the appointment of Glenn Hubbard as its Faculty Director. After leading Columbia Business School as dean from 2004-2019, Hubbard will now lead the Chazen Institute’s efforts to help shape the thinking and discourse on major global business issues.

Topics: Leadership, World Business | Read Article

CEO Communication Styles Can Help Predict A Firm’s Success or Failure

Chazen News Release | June 18, 2019

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Dan Wang provides a unique perspective on how CEOs view what is important to them

Topics: Leadership, Media and Technology, Organizations | Read Article

Datamatics CEO Rahul Kanodia Charts His Company’s Evolution With Big Data And Artificial Intelligence On The Rise

Chazen News Release | May 20, 2019

Addressing The Chazen Institute-sponsored forum, Kanodia shares how Datamatics has transformed from a family business to a global powerhouse

Topics: Leadership, Media and Technology, World Business | Read Article

Mastercard SVP Julie Yang Discusses China’s Growth Trajectory

Chazen News Release | April 11, 2019

Addressing The Chazen Institute-sponsored forum, Yang evaluates the company’s growth potential in China’s innovation-driven economy

Topics: Capital Markets and Investments, Leadership, World Business | Read Article

Fame Is Based More On The Company You Keep Than Your Creativity

Chazen News Release | January 28, 2019

Research from Chazen Senior Scholar Paul Ingram reveals that social networks are a more reliable predictor of fame than one’s creativity

Topics: Leadership, Organizations | Read Article