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Monthly Archive for December, 2010

Are guilty people better leaders? Professor Frank Flynn says ‘yes’. Here’s a 10-minute podcast summarizing the research. http://blogs.hbr.org/ideacast/2010/12/guilty-people-make-good-manage.html

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388 first-year MBA students, 48 Arbuckle Leadership Fellows, and 168 GSB alumni and faculty judges participated in this year’s challenge, which all came down to this 10 seconds, as the winning squad was announced.
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GSB MBA students, along with the Dean and NYSE CEO, Duncan Niederauer, rang the closing bell on Thursday, 12/2, as the Dow ended up 105 points. A fitting way to start the final month when all classes and staff will be located on our current campus.

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NYSE CEO looks forward to growth

On Thusday, NYSE CEO, Duncan Niederauer spent the day at Stanford. He spoke with MBA students about his prognosis for corporate growth in 2011 (positive), what it takes to lead an organization facing a fight for survival, and how to find leadership opportunities. He also met with Silicon Valley CEOs over breakfast, co-hosted by [...]

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