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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS – In Delhi, India, the Hope Foundation has recently been able to immunize thousands of children and treat an additional 100,000 patients thanks to strategically applied funds from Project Redwood, a new venture philanthropy fund created by members of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Class of 1980. Closer to [...]

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STANFORD GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS—During the presidency of George W. Bush public antitrust cases dropped significantly — not because the laws had changed, but because the White House didn’t encourage appointed regulators to prosecute allegations of antitrust violations. Critics of the Bush administration cried foul, saying that a lack of enforcement made the regulations and [...]

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From race to sales quotas, networking to admitting there are holes in your knowledge, to investing in Russia, here’s what people checked out from Stanford GSB. Let us know your favorites. Prejudice Fuels Opposition to Obama’s Plans Eliminating Sales Quotas May Stimulate Profits Networking Is More Than Lots of Names, Says Heidi Roizen Believe Me, [...]

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Stories from the last issue of Stanford Knowledgebase, the GSB’s monthly newsletter that drew the most reader attention: Eight Rules for Brainstorming Believe Me, I Have No Idea What I’m Talking About Cost of Reducing CO2 Emissions Could Plunge Peers Influence Decision to Be Entrepreneurs Don’t Waste Volunteers’ Time Readers’ Favorites: From Brainstorming to Volunteering [...]

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Stories from the last issue of Stanford Knowledgebase, the GSB’s monthly newsletter that drew the most reader attention: How To: How to Tell a Story Marketing: Courting So-So Customers Can Be Good for Business Marketing: Customers Can’t Buy It If They Don’t Know It Exists Behavior: Media Multitaskers Pay a Mental Price Behavior: Being Jilted [...]

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Stories from the last issue of Knowledgebase that drew the most reader attention: Are Star Employees Worth Their Bonuses? Can We Grow the Economy? Exploring Creativity India’s Slums Are Complex Political & Social Communities Market Rebels can Make or Break Product Demand Sign up for the free monthly newsletter, Stanford Knowledgebase. Share, Email or Print:

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Stories from the last issue of Knowledgebase that drew the most reader attention: 1.    Organizational Behavior: Time to Detox the Work Environment 2.    Communication: The Way We Talk Can Stifle Innovation and Reward the Wrong People 3.    Social Networks: The World Is A-twitter 4.    Marketing: The Hidden Costs of Cause Marketing 5.   First Person: Video: [...]

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Stories from recent issues of Knowledgebase newsletter you may have missed. Organizational Behavior: Time to Detox the Work Environment Communication: The Way We Talk Can Stifle Innovation and Reward the Wrong People Social Networks: The World Is A-twitter Marketing: The Hidden Costs of Cause Marketing First Person: Video: How Can U.S. Courts Solve the Patent [...]

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Stories from recent issues of Knowledgebase newsletter you may have missed. 1. Derivatives: Are They Really That Scary? 2. Why Charlie Munger Isn’t Happy 3. Reorganizing the Banks: Focus on Liabilities, Not Assets 4. Organizational Ambidexterity: IBM and Emerging Business Opportunities 5. Banker David Morgan Takes a Positive Look at Failure Share, Email or Print:

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