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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Only Thing That Could Salvage the Trump Presidency
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, July 31, 2017

"In the strongest organizations, employees trust each other: their motivations, their strengths and weaknesses, and their intentions," say two former White House employees.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Who Is the Most Powerful of All?
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, July 24, 2017

Economic power is an often-invoked but vaguely defined idea—especially when meant to describe entire nations.

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Creating a Culture of Innovation Starts With the Leader
Ric Kelly, Entrepreneur.com, June 11, 2017

Article from Entrepreneur.com mentioning the groundbreaking research on Innovation done by Prof. Vijay Govindarajan by injecting creativity and innovation into organizations in order to make them successful.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Paradox of Dynamism
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, May 30, 2017

Economic dynamism has historically brought an upward spiral of growth in productivity, opportunity, and thus incomes, but in the U.S., dynamism is fading.

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Two Kinds Of Organizational Transformation: How To Save The Whales
Steve Denning, Forbes, May 24, 2017

This Forbes article mentions Professor Vijay Govindarajan's book "Three Box Solution: A Strategy For Leading Innovation" in a Q&A with Scott Anthony, author of "Dual Transformation, How to Reposition Today's Business While Creating the Future".

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Slaughter & Rees Report: What So Many Miss about China
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, May 22, 2017

Entrepreneurs represent a vibrant and powerful force with great potential to reshape the Chinese economy.

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Elite athletes on fast track to business school
Jonathan Moules, Financial Times, May 8, 2017

A feature article in the Financial Times on our Next Step program and what it means to the athletes and veterans who attended this year.

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India: An innovation hub?
Ashisha Gupta, Forune India, May 2, 2017

Quotes Professor Vijay Govindarajan on why non-linear innovation needs to take place in today's India.

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A Better Way For Trump To Respond To China
RIchard D'Aveni, Forbes, May 1, 2017

An opinion piece by Professor Rich D'Aveni on what strategy President Trump should actually be using when dealing with China.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Don’t Download This Song
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, May 1, 2017

New technologies invariably produce winners and losers, but the music industry in particular has been pummeled.

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Mayank’s Week at the Tuck School of Business - A Letter of Thanks
Mayank Shah

MBE Program Alum, Mayank Shah, recounts his experience in the Building a High-Performing Minority Business Program from our most recent iteration of April 2017.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Tide Recedes or the Tsunami Builds?
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, April 24, 2017

Sunday April 23, 2017 may be the date that future historians identify as the starting point for a receding tide of global populism in the 21st century.

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With Smartphones, Customers Are Corporate Whistleblowers
The Associated Press, April 13, 2017

Quotes Paul Argenti on how consumers are more empowered than ever to be corporate whistleblowers thanks to smartphones. "Companies still operate as if they can hide things and make believe something didn't happen."

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Mar-a-Lago Cheat Sheet
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, April 3, 2017

Economists Slaughter & Rees of the Tuck School debunk Trump's claims about the U.S. trade deficit and its impact on jobs.

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The End of Focus: A New Wave of Manufacturers Will Choose Scope Over Scale
Richard D'Aveni, MIT Sloan, March 29, 2017

Manufacturing technology is about to change the rules of competition and unleash a sleek new version of the old-school conglomerate: call it the “pan-industrial.”

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How to Deal with a Chronically Indecisive Boss
Rebecca Knight, Harvard Business Review, March 24, 2017

Quotes Professor Sydney Finkelstein on dealing with the insecurities many managers have that lead to strained employee relationships. “Lend [your manager] confidence” by being an “extremely competent and trustworthy” direct report, says Finkelstein.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Globalization Paradox
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, March 20, 2017

This past weekend in Baden-Baden, Germany, the finance ministers of the G-20 nations received a bracing introduction from their newest member, U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Think Self-Care, Not Just Health Care
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, March 13, 2017

Reversing the obesity trend and reducing health-care spending depends on something often overlooked: changes in individual behavior.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Make America Dynamic Again
Matthew Slaughter & Matthew Rees, March 06, 2017

A longstanding hallmark of the U.S. economy has been its dynamism—a shorthand way of describing how markets create and shed jobs, and do so in ways that foster continual economic opportunity and renewal.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: It Takes a Trump to Go to China
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, Feb. 27, 2017

Forty-five years ago last week, President Richard Nixon pulled off one of the most audacious moves in the history of U.S. foreign policy. He went to China.

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6 Reasons Smart People Fail
Travis Bradburry, Inc.com, February 17, 2017

Analyzes research done by Professor Sydney Finkelstein to understand why some of the smartest executives in the world fail, and how others can prevent repeating that failure.

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Want to change the world? Don’t look to Davos
Sydney Finkelstein, BBC, January 18, 2017

What is “responsive and responsible leadership”? The World Economic Forum (WEF) is anointing this idea (or goal, or label, take your pick) as its theme for the 2017 Davos gathering. So, what exactly is this elite group talking about?

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Slaughter & Rees Report: A Timely Antidote to the Death of TPP
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, Jan. 30, 2017

Welcome to the dawn of a troubling new era in trade policy for the United States—and the world as well.

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How to Find a Mentor on an Elevator Ride
Nader Mikhail, Fortune, December 17, 2016

In this "Fortune" piece, Professor Sydney Finkelstein's book, "Superbosses", is referenced on the value of having a mentor and what a relationship with a mentor can bring to your career.

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Right Tech, Wrong Time
Ron Adner and Rahul Kapoor, Harvard Business Review, October 20, 2016

Tuck Professor Ron Adner analyzes how companies can avoid innovating too soon, and too late, by navigating and understanding the ecosystem in which they live in.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: India’s Path to Progress Runs through Aadhaar
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, Oct. 10, 2016

With 1.1 billion users just in India, "Aadhaar" has the potential to unlock opportunities and efficiencies for hundreds of millions of people throughout the country – with potentially revolutionary implications for the domestic economy and even the global economy.

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Why the Best Leaders Want Their Superstar Employees to Leave
Sydney Finkelstein, The Wall Street Journal, Oct. 3, 2016

How should top executives handle their high-potential employees when they want to leave? The best executives encourage their top employees to leave because they have a solid pipeline of talent, and their alumni network spreads when great employees move on to bigger opportunities.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: There Is No “I” in Team—The Ryder Cup
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, Oct. 3, 2016

This week's report analyzes how disruption within a highly individualistic sport can bring out the best in a team competition. With the Ryder Cup's team format, individual golfers must learn how to perform differently within a familiar environment.

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Interview with Tuck Professor Kevin Lane Keller
Jessica Barfield, Dartmouth Business Journal, Sep. 12, 2016

An in-depth Q&A with Tuck Professor Kevin Lane Keller dives into his experience as a brand consultant, how marketing and branding differs in different countries, and why he came to Tuck.

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Why You Don’t Want A Nice Boss
Sydney Finkelstein, BBC, August 25, 2016

In this week's "Syd Weighs In", Syd explains why we all may want a "nice boss", but that having a nice boss may be hurting our professional development in the long run.

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Corporate Ethics In The Era Of Millennials
Paul Argenti, NPR, August 24, 2016

As markets turn to lure more Millennial consumers in as Baby Boomers retire, corporate social responsibility will be one of the main focuses for the Millennial consumer, and will be a key factor in dictating whether a company succeeds in the future or not.

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Clinton Vs. Trump: Profs On Leadership Styles
Marc Ethier, Poets & Quants, July 30, 2016

Professor Sydney Finkelstein analyzes the leadership and communication styles of the two presidential candidates in this Poets & Quants article.

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Profile: Tuck School of Business Professor Vijay Govindarajan Preaches Reverse Innovation
Rebecca Perkins Hanissian, Enterprise, July 25, 2016

From his humble upbringing in India to being the first professor in residence at GE, Vijay Govindarajan continues to inspire his students and enlighten those who are willing to listen.

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To Waste Food Is Human, But We Can Stop
Punam Anand Keller, The Huffington Post, July 21, 2016

Is it human instinct to waste food? Punam Anand Keller looks at three theories as to why it may be a natural human response to oversupply and inevitably waste food resources, and how we can change this behavior.

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Why We Loathe Leadership Training
Sydney Finkelstein, BBC, July 20, 2016

What can organizations do to make leadership training a success? This week's "Syd Weighs In" column highlights the aspects of training that companies should be focusing on, and why some training programs fall short with participants.

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How Amazon Adapted Its Business Model to India
Vijay Govindarajan and Anita Warren, Harvard Business Review, July 20, 2016

With strict restrictions on foreign investment in India, Amazon needed to change its original expansion plan in India to innovate its way to success in a drastically different region.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, July 11, 2016

In its scramble to stop corporate inversions, the Treasury Department is proposing to upend decades of established practice and case law in a way that will chill global companies’ interest in America.

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This is Why Start-up Culture Fades Out Fast
Sydney Finkelstein, BBC, June 30, 2016

Having an aligned company culture can be a strong asset to any company, but it can also cause harmful disruption if not managed carefully.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Fundamental Lesson of Brexit Lies in Skellig Michael
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, June 30, 2016

With the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union, this weeks article looks at the example the "Remain" camp should have used to convince voters staying would have been good for the UK's economic future.

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Why progressives should rescue the TPP trade deal
Emily Blanchard, The Conversation, June 23, 2016

In this opinion piece, Professor Emily Blanchard lays out the argument in favor of keeping free trade deals at a time when free trade has come under fire from both sides of the political aisle.

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What Innovative Companies Can Learn from Keurig’s Highs and Lows
Vijay Govindarajan, Harvard Business Review, June 20, 2016

Professor Govindarajan analyzes Keurig and what innovators can decipher from the company's decision making.

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The Leadership Delusion Keeping You From Promotion
Sydney Finkelstein, BBC, June 9, 2016

Looking at recent examples of bosses that have customized employee development to each direct report, Professor Finkelstein explains why bosses should give individual attention to their employee's development.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Fight Against Fat
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, May 31, 2016

A small, but important change to the way nutrition labels are displayed could help make headway in the fight against obesity. These gains, though, will not be immediate.

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How firms can avoid being boxed in
Peter Day, BBC.com, May 26, 2016

Professor Vijay Govindarajan looks back at what got him thinking about innovation first in India, and then applying these ideas as he moved to the United States.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: The Approaching Hurricane
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, May 23, 2016

This weeks report looks at the devastation Mississippi suffered from hurricane Katrina in 2005 and the growing negative sentiment towards the 2016 presidential nominees.

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How to Find a Job With No Sunday Night Blues
Sydney Finkelstein, May 19, 2016

Professor Syd Finkelstein gives strategies for recent graduates in finding a job they will enjoy with a good career path.

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The 5 Habits of Spectacularly Successful Bosses
Enterpreneur.com, May 16, 2016

Professor Syd Finkelstein gives his take on what the five most important habits of successful bosses are.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Meet George Jetson
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, May 16, 2016

With self-driving cars beginning to appear in the not-to-distant future, much of the automotive industry will become disrupted and need to adapt to a new form of transportation.

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Tuck and Google Team Up to Teach Digital Excellence
Kirk Kardashian, Tuck Communications, May 6, 2016

Tuck Executive Education has teamed up with Google to launch the Digital Excellence Program for minority entrepreneurs who wish to learn more about digital marketing and digital strategy.

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What does it really take to stop wasting time?
Sydney Finkelstein, BBC Capital, April 21, 2016

Professor Sydney Finkelstein shares 5 tips on how individuals and managers can make the most of their time.

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6 Leadership Behaviors Drive Continuous Innovation
Martin Zwilling, Forbes, April 27, 2016

Six leadership behaviors found in Prof. Vijay Govindarajan's new book "The Three Box Solution" are highlighted in this Forbes article.

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Let Go of What Made Your Company Great
Vijay Govindarajan, Harvard Business Review, April 13, 2016

Professor Vijay Govindarajan writes on the importance of companies being able to "let go" of certain things and look to the future.

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The Three-Box Solution is about being a leader in 2025, not 2016: Vijay Govindarajan
Kanika Datta, Business Standard, April 11, 2016

A Q&A with professor Vijay Govindarajan discussing how companies can apply his framework in his new book "The Three Box Solution".

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Stuck in the Middle With You
Jeff Moag, Tuck Communications, April 6, 2016

New research from Professor Ron Adner looks at where firms can best find there "sweet spot" based on whether they are generalists or specialists.

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The World’s Most Precious Resource
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, April 4, 2016

Over half of the world's population faces a water shortage at least one month out of the year. An innovation revolution around water is needed, and it may be needed faster than we anticipate.

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8 Leadership Practices That Will Make You Memorable
Martin Zwilling, Forbes, April 3, 2016

Forbes cites 8 leadership characteristics from Professor Syd Finkelstein's book "Superbosses" that will make you a more memorable leader.

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Power Lunch: John Lynch
Sarwar Kashmeri, Enterprise, March 29, 2016

Governor John Lynch sat down for an interview with Enterprise Magazine talking about his road to the Tuck School of Business and projects he is currently engaging in.

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A Framework for the Future
Tuck Communications, Mar 28, 2016

Professor Vijay Govindarajan (VG) answers questions about his new book "The Three Box Solution" and gives insight into what readers of the book should pay attention to the most when thinking about their own challenges.

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Many Companies Still Don’t Know How to Compete in the Digital Age
Ron Adner, Harvard Business Review, March 28, 2016

Specialize, Extend, Diversity, Harvest & Husband. Professor Ron Adner writes on tactics a company can take to implement innovation in the digital sphere.

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Does your boss inspire greatness?
Sydney Finkelstein, BBC, March 24, 2016

Syd Finkelstein analyzes the different types of "Superbosses", and how do they can inspire greatness in you and your company.

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Reverse innovation gets real: Announcing the McKinsey Award winners
McKinsey & Co., March 22, 2016

Professor Vijay Govindarajan was recently named the winner of the McKinsey Award for best paper in the Harvard Business Review for 2015. This is a Q&A with his co-author, Amos G. Winter.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Who Will Make the Case for Trade?
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, March 21, 2016

The 2016 Presidential Candidates are almost unanimously railing against the trade agreements America has made in the past, but is this kind of rhetoric the prelude to a potential trade war?

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5 Things I Know About Marketing – Dartmouth’s Kevin Lane Keller
Kevin Lane Keller, Marketing Science Institute, March 15, 2016

Kevin Lane Keller goes over the top five things marketers need to be paying attention to when engaging their customer base.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Voters in Distress
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees, March 14, 2016

How did Bernie Sanders overcome a 21-point polling deficit in Michigan to beat Hillary Clinton? The answer may lie in the 2016 Distressed Communities Index.

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What Ruthless Innovators Can Learn from the New England Patriots
Vijay Govindarajan, Harvard Business Review, March 9, 2016

Professor Govindarajan identifies how the New England Patriots exemplify Box 1 of the three box strategy. Although the rules of football are well known and make innovation harder than in other industries, the Patriots have found ways to find value where others overlook.

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Marshall Goldsmith: Employees should take more responsibility for their own engagement
Katie Jacobs, HR Magazine, February 2016

Marshall encourages employees to get away from the mindset of how the company can be engaging to them, and instead points out that engagement is a two-way street where engagement needs to happen from both sides.

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The Best Way to Improve Health Care Delivery Is with a Small, Dedicated Team
Chris Trimble; HBR Blog, March 9, 2016

Professor Chris Trimble takes an in-depth look at how specialized medical teams can create healthier patients and result in fewer hospitalizations for the healthcare system.

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Slaughter & Rees Report: Venezuela Reels, Argentina Recovers, and Leaders Matter
Matthew Slaughter and Matthew Rees , Feb 29, 2016

This week's report looks at Venezuela and Argentina, and how both countries have gone in opposite directions with the way they approach economics.

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Government Must Link Budget to its Broader Goals
Vijay Govindarajan, February 23, 2016

Tuck Professor Vijay Govindarajan explains why "India's focus should be on growth, but in a manner that is responsible, compassionate and typical of inclusive capitalism"

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Four Mistakes Companies Make in Mergers—and How to Avoid Them
Sydney Finkelstein, February 21, 2016

Professor Sydney Finkelstein lists the four biggest mistakes that occur during mergers and acquisitions in this Wall Street Journal article.

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4 Hiring Secrets Every Superboss Should Know
Ilan Mochari, Inc.com, February 2016

In his new book, Professor Sydney Finkelstein has coined the term "superbosses" for those who excel at recruiting and motivating large networks of star employees.

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Secrets of the Superbosses
Professor Sydney Finkelstein; Harvard Business Review, January/February 2016

"If you look at the top people in a given industry, you’ll often find that as many as half of them once worked for the same well-known leader."

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What Amazing Bosses Do Differently
Professor Sydney Finkelstein; HBR Blog, November 27, 2015

Five management tips to help leaders become stronger managers and develop talent.

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What Engineering a Reverse Innovation Looks Like
Professor Vijay Govindarajan & Amos Winter; HBR Blog, November 4, 2015

How a disruptive technology in a poor market becomes a high-value platform in a rich one.

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The biggest culprit in VW’s emissions scandal
Professor Paul Argenti; Fortune, October 13, 2015

Rather than playing the blame game, executives should ask if pressures to grow at all costs might have created dishonest employees.

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Schools Succeed In Attracting More Women
John A. Byrne; Poets & Quants, September 22, 2015

Dartmouth College’s Tuck School of Business MBA program boosted its Class of 2017 female enrollment by ten full percentage points to 42%.

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Understanding the Rise of Manufacturing in India
Professor Vijay Govindarajan & Gunjan Bagla; HBR Blog, September 18, 2015

Learn why why companies like Abbott, General Electric and Cummins are making the move to build manufacturing plants in India.

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Digital Presence is Key for Minority Businesses
Martin Desmarais; The Bay State Banner, August 12, 2015

Maintaining a digital presence is crucial to all business in today’s internet-driven and increasingly mobile-dominated market. For minority businesses, digital know-how is crucial.

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3D Printing Will Revive Conglomerates
Professor Richard D'Aveni; HBR Blog, May 19, 2015

Continuing the discussion around 3-D printing, Professor Richard D'Aveni writes on how this technology may help industrial conglomerates.

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What Tesla and Apple Both Know About Entering New Markets
Professor Ron Adner; HBR Blog, May 12, 2015

Professor Ron Adner discusses the term "ecosystem carryover" and an innovation opportunity Tesla Motors has with the electric car.

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The Time to Think About 3-D Printing is Now
Professor Richard D'Aveni; HBR Blog, May 6, 2015

As a follow-up to his previous Harvard Business Review article, Professor D'Aveni writes on 3-D printing technology advances that have "heightened the urgency for management teams to adjust their strategies."

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The 3-D Printing Revolution
Professor Richard D'Aveni; Harvard Business Review, May 2015

Professor and Thinkers50 ranked thought leader Richard D'Aveni writes is known for his books and research on strategic capitalism. His latest writing turns to 3-D printing technology, and it's impact on production processes across industries.

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Wang Goes ‘Gunning’ for IBM
Sean Braswell; Ozy, January 13, 2015

Sydney Finkelstein, Associate Dean of Executive Educations shares insights with Ozy about the history behind Wang Laboratories, and "Why Smart Executives Fail".

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3 Myths about Engineering Talent in China and India
Professor Vijay Govindarajan & Gunjan Bagla; HBR Blog, December 9, 2014

The authors share three myths that keep companies from realizing the potential of offshore engineering talent.

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The Case for Dreaming Big
Eric Markowitz, Inc.; October 2014

In this Q&A, Innovation Professor Vijay Govindarajan discusses how leaders can encourage and cultivate innovation in their organization.

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How to Manage a PR Crisis
Professor Paul Argenti; Dartmouth Alumni Magazine, Fall 2014

Four simple steps executives can take when managing a PR or Reputation Crisis.

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What the Mission to Mars Shows About India’s Innovators
Professor Vijay Govindarajan; Harvard Business Review, October 2, 2014

Innovation Professor Vijay Govindarajan shares three lessons for companies on how to win in emerging markets.

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Learning How to Lead at SCTE-Tuck
Lindsay Johnston, Senior Vice President of Operations, SCTE; September 23, 2014

In response to the annual SCTE Exposition, Sr. VP Lindsay Johnston writes about leadership training opportunities. The SCTE-Tuck Executive Leadership Program at Dartmouth (set for April 26-May 1, 2015) has excelled at accelerating the careers of talented individuals within the industry.

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Can that old Steve Jobs magic still play at Apple?
Associate Dean Sydney Finkelstein; BBC Capital, September 10, 2014

Associate Dean Sydney Finkelstein weighs in on the 2014 Apple product releases. With no radically new products introduced, can Apple maintain it's panache reputation?

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Veteran Mario Short Adds Business Management Tools to His Toolkit to Build Profitability
Anita Warren; U.S. Veterans Magazine, August 2014

Mario Short, founder of SYTE Corporation, and alum of Tuck's Minority Business programs, says the real key to his success is that he knows how to build his company.

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What People Are Really Doing When They’re on a Conference Call
Gretchen Gavett; Harvard Business Review, August 19, 2014

Corporate Communication Professor Paul Argenti comments on aspects of today's conference call culture, and how businesses and individuals can improve the experience and efficiency for all.

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Why We Don’t Protect Our Passwords
Professor Punam Keller; Harvard Business Review, August 15, 2014

In response to numerous business and personal data breaches, Professor Punam Keller writes on the many psychological explanations why users do not change their passwords, (despite reminders and reasons to take this action).

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Senate Hearing on Tax Law, Corporate Inversions
Leslie Robinson, Associate Professor of Business Administration; Bloomberg Businessweek; July 22, 2014

Leslie Robinson, associate professor at Dartmouth College's Tuck School of Business, and others, testify before the Senate Finance Committee in Washington about the U.S. tax code and the practice of corporate inversion deals.

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Battle of the sexes: Office edition
Associate Dean Sydney Finkelstein; BBC Capital, June 26, 2014

Self-confidence plays a huge role in one's professional career. Is the choice to be confident easier for men than for women?

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Strategy’s No Good Unless You End Up Somewhere New
Professor Vijay Govindarajan; Harvard Business Review, May 20, 2014

Professor, Thinkers50 award winner, and innovation expert Vijay Govindarajan lists his four most important "nuances and complexities of innovation as they relate to strategy".

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A View from the Trees…
Developing Leaders, Executive Education in Practice; May 2014

A conversation with Clark Callahan, Executive Director, Tuck Executive Education at Dartmouth

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Glass Ceiling Debate: He Said, She Didn’t
Ilan Mochari & Scott Leibs, Inc.; May 2014 Magazine

When applying to jobs that might be a stretch, men show great confidence in how their current qualifications apply to the position. Women tend to be more realistic and will note if things don't quite fit.

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Does This Logo Make My Brand Look Fat?
M. Filtz; Next Executive, April 9, 2014

Does today's globalized, highly-interconnected world require new approaches to branding? Professor Kevin Lane Keller comments on the importance (and distinction) of brand and reputation within a company.

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Trying To Achieve Happiness? Turns Out, How You Attain It Depends On Your Age
Lindsay LaVine; Fast Company, March 17, 2014

Visiting Professor Amit Bhattacharjee sought to answer this question in a recent study: Should we pursue extraordinary, once-in-a-lifetime experiences, or is it the everyday experiences that provide the greatest enjoyment? The answer, it turns out, may depend on your age.

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The Crisis Communications Playbook: What GM’s Mary Barra (and Every Leader) Needs to Know
Professor Paul Argenti; Harvard Business Review, March 11, 2014

"Most of the people who end up in top jobs have never had any training for or experience in dealing with communicating in a crisis on the big stage." Paul Argenti shares his insights on how executives can handle a PR crisis.

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