The Stanford Graduate School of Business (also known as Stanford Business School, Stanford GSB, or GSB) is one of the seven schools of Stanford University.

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  • For the school year’s last View From The Top, Merck CEO Ken Frazier discussed improving the global healthcare system, the opportunity gap in the U.S., and the importance of leaders providing dynamic mentoring. “I’m a CEO because my previous leaders provided me access, took an interest in me, and forced me out of my comfort zone.”

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  • Steve Denning, MBA ’78 accepts the Ernest C. Arbuckle Award for excellence in management leadership from the Stanford Graduate School of Business on May 3, 2018. Steve serves as chairman of General Atlantic LLC, a global private equity firm. He joined the firm in 1980 and has built the organization into a leading global growth investment firm with thirteen offices around the globe and over $25 bil...

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  • SEP hosted a livestream discussion with Professor Bill Barnett in his office at Stanford Graduate School of Business. In the discussion, Bill addresses questions from SEP alumni on a wide range of topics to include: specific roadblocks SEP alums face while "leading by design;" managing personal and professional transitions after SEP; technologies and companies to watch from Silicon Valley; ongoi...

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  • John Deere has been managing a world at the intersection of physical and digital for well over a decade, said John Deere CEO Sam Allen. The company is now moving from helping farmers manage fields to using technology to manage individual plants. "We've had a vision for where we want to go with precision agriculture, and digital is at the foundation for us." During his visit to the Systems Leadersh...

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  • Did you know your company's actions can touch the lives of millions, and can even affect some of the deepest human rights crises in our world? There's an emerging business imperative to reimagine responsible business - taking us beyond traditional CSR. Mia Newman, a first-year MBA at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, shows us why it's important for businesses to become part of the responsi...

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  • The promise — and potential — of blockchain to drive social impact is massive, but how much of it is hype and how much is reality? This slideshow includes highlights and case studies from the Stanford Graduate School of Business study “Blockchain for Social Impact: Moving Beyond the Hype.” It includes data on the landscape as a whole, as well as spotlights on eight sectors: Agriculture, Democracy...

Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stanford Graduate School of Business
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  • The promise — and potential — of blockchain to drive social impact is massive, but how much of it is hype and how much is reality? This slideshow includes highlights and case studies from the Stanford Graduate School of Business study “Blockchain for Social Impact: Moving Beyond the Hype.” It includes data on the landscape as a whole, as well as spotlights on eight sectors: Agriculture, Democracy...

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  • Violence is a pervasive issue - one that has had a significant impact on the health and mortality of American youth. Yet, many view violence prevention as primarily the responsibiliity of law-enforcement. David Osayande, an MD/MBA student at Harvard and Stanford, illustrates the importance of treating violence as a public health issue and highlights the unique role that healthcare can play in elim...

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  • Dave Prakash, a former US Air Force test pilot and aerospace physician, shares two poignant experiences that illustrate the discrepancies in military leadership. As a Stanford business student, Dave explains the value of leadership founded on character, principle and purpose. He offers talent management strategies that can serve the Pentagon, Silicon Valley startups, and everything in between.

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  • How do you build a nation? Join Dawn Lim, Sloan Fellow at the Stanford GSB, as she takes us on a journey of her family's history intertwined with that of her country's, Singapore. Follow her story of dreams, sacrifice and discipline as her family and country beat the odds from third world to first in just 50 years. If Singapore could do it, perhaps other cities and countries can too.

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Stanford Graduate School of Business
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  • Giving & receiving great compliments is much harder than you may think. In the bustling world we live in, it's easy to miss out on giving a good compliment and miss out on the benefits of giving a good compliment. On the other hand, the damage and missed opportunities that come with rejecting or deflecting a good compliment can also be greater than you think. Helen, a Stanford MBA Candidate, expla...

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  • How do you treat yourself after a failure? How do you respond in the face of disappointment? Most of us tend to criticize ourselves for failures and disappointments, perhaps believing that being hard on ourselves is motivating and performance-improving. But is there a better way? Drawing on lessons from elite coaching and personal experience, Magdalena Kala, an MBA student at Stanford Graduate S...

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  • Does the concept of dialogue sound inviting or like a partisan tool? Mannie Ajayi, a student at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business, shares his thoughts on why the word dialogue may be divisive and what it means to different people. He offers three ways to reframe the concept so more people can be included in the conversations our country needs to have today.

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Stanford Graduate School of Business
Stanford Graduate School of Business
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  • The act of simply going to a therapy causes some us to feel ashamed. We think seeking help is bad because it is a show of weakness. But how is improving your mental health through therapy so different from improving your physical health through the gym? Misa Takada, a Stanford MBA student shares her personal story and realization that going to therapies is nothing to be ashamed of.

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  • In today's United States, there is more concern than ever about who is speaking, rather than what they are saying. But the viability of any democracy depends on the ability to engage people on their values and ideas on their merits. In this LOWKeynote, Noah Sheinbaum, a student at the Graduate School of Business, shares some strategies for rethinking how we engage with one another.

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  • Have you ever received an ambiguous text from a friend or an email from your boss that left you feeling anxious or doubtful? Digital messaging allows us to engage efficiently but it prevents us from accurately communicating our message, undermining our clarity, intention and vulnerability. Olivia Papa, a second year MBA student at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, explains how we can change ...

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  • Women are falling off the Confidence Cliff every day. Young women enter the workforce just as likely as men to believe in themselves, but after a few years, the number of confident women falls in half. Rebecca Weidler, MBA'18 from Stanford Graduate School of Business, shares her own journey with the Confidence Cliff. From that journey, she offers critical advice to young women poised on the brink ...

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  • Whether young primary school girls in Kenya or women in elite graduate school programs- women, all across the development curve, are not supported in realizing their ambitions. Stanford business school student, Sadhna Gupta, describes her personal journey in understanding how communities are failing to support the ambitions of girls and women around the world. She suggests that the biggest differe...

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  • It seems like everyone is chasing the next big unicorn. But what about the companies that have endured and existed for the last 30+ years? Samantha Wai, a student at Stanford's Graduate School of Business, offers a different perspective on these behemoth companies - the rhinos. As the older, wiser, & stronger cousins to their mythological counterparts, they may just be the best place to change liv...

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  • Sara Blakely, founder and CEO of Spanx, discussed her journey from inventing Spanx to becoming the world’s youngest self-made billionaire. She talked about having the right mindset for starting a company, running a business with feminine principles, and how to successfully grow your company. “I’m of the belief-system that you should start small, think big, and scale fast. A lot of entrepreneur...

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  • During his View From The Top session, General David Petraeus discussed adaptive leadership, how to be a strong strategic leader, and how to handle personal and/or professional setbacks. On handling responsibility, he said “Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity. You may never expect to achieve a certain position of responsibility, but you always want to be prepared for when it h...

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