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Oprah Winfrey: Take Care of Yourself
 
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Oprah Winfrey talks about the importance of taking care of yourself. She spoke at Stanford Graduate School of Business' View From The Top speaker series on April 16, 2014. Watch the full video: http://youtu.be/6DlrqeWrczs Learn more about the View From The Top series: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/cldr/events/vftt.html
Greg McKeown: Essentialism - The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
 
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Greg McKeown saw first-hand how success can lead straight to professional and personal failure, during his career evaluating and coaching Silicon Valley executives. The heart of the problem, he says, is the insidious idea that we can do it all. As entrepreneurs and executives find success, they're often overwhelmed by expectations and options, and end up losing the single-minded focus that made them successful in the first place. Taking inspiration from legendary designer Dieter Ram's philosophy of "less but better", McKeown outlines an antidote in his book Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less, which features practical tips on how to figure out what's most important, eliminate the trivial, and establish routines for effortless execution. McKeown earned his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business. Find out more about Greg McKeown: http://gregmckeown.com Learn more about Stanford Graduate School of Business: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu
Oprah Winfrey: The Secret of My Success
 
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Oprah Winfrey discusses the qualities that made her a top-rated talk show host. She spoke at Stanford Graduate School of Business' View From The Top speaker series on April 16, 2014. Watch the full video: http://youtu.be/6DlrqeWrczs Learn more about the View From The Top series: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/cldr/events/vftt.html
Stanford Executive Program
 
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Join Faculty Director William P. Barnett and Stanford Executive Program past participants for an overview of why spending six weeks of your summer at SEP provides an invaluable return on investment. Experience the sunshine, the renowned faculty, innovative coursework, beautiful classroom space, global executive participants, and food prepared by an award-winning executive chef to see why participants rave about Stanford GSB Executive Education programs. Learn more: http://stanford.io/SEP
Baba Shiv: How to Make Better Decisions
 
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Baba Shiv demystifies the brain chemistry that controls our decision making, and explains how you can regulate it to make better decisions. He also uses the latest neuroscience research to answer the question, "Is it better to make decisions in the morning or the afternoon?" Shiv is the Sanwa Bank Limited professor of marketing, and director of the Strategic Marketing Management Executive Program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Sign up for Stanford Business Re:Think to receive more insights delivered straight to your inbox: http://goo.gl/rkqdq Learn more about Baba Shiv: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/users/bshiv Learn more about the Strategic Marketing Management Executive Program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/exed/smm/
Make Body Language Your Superpower
 
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Making Body Language Your Superpower - an instructional video on using body language effectively. Presented by Stanford graduate students Matt Levy, Colin Bailie, Jeong Joon Ha, and Jennifer Rosenfeld. Created as an exemplary final project in Lecturer JD Schramm's Strategic Communication course in March 2014. Body language - both the speaker's and the audience's - is a powerful form of communication that is difficult to master, especially if the speaker is nervous. This video will teach you how to use your body language effectively, even if you are nervous. This video will also show you how to read the audience's body language and what you should do when they look bored or disconnected from the presentation. Use these tools to enhance your nonverbal communication abilities and better connect with your audiences.
Use Body Language to Rock Your Next Presentation
 
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How to use body language to communicate ideas in a presentation; tips and tricks to combat common body language problems such as T Rex arms, etc. (Group Members: Brad Hungerman, MBA '16, Irina Issakova, MBA '16, Paul Needham, MBA '17, Binu Sudevan, MSx '16)
How to Run an Effective Nonprofit Board Meeting
 
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Leading an effective board meeting takes leadership, organization, and clear expectations. Stanford GSB alumni and industry experts share best practices for increasing the effectiveness of meetings to get the most out of nonprofit board members. Business leaders and Stanford GSB alumni shared their insights at the 2014 GSB Nonprofit Board Governance Institute at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Tony Blair: Finding Time to Think Strategically
 
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Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair discusses the advice he received from Bill Clinton about the need to schedule time to think strategically. He spoke at the Stanford Graduate School of Business with Stanford GSB Dean Garth Saloner. The speech was sponsored by the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED) at the Stanford Graduate School of Business; the Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law; the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies; the Center for African Studies; the Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society; the Stanford Association for International Development; the Associated Students of Stanford University; and the Stanford Speakers Bureau. Watch the full talk: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ailpcadGoZk Learn more about the Stanford Institute for Innovation in Developing Economies (SEED): http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/seed
Margaret Neale: Negotiating (more of) What You Want Anywhere with Anyone – Part 1
 
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Margaret Neale explains why getting more of what you want in any negotiation usually means thinking about about what your counterpart wants first. Neale is the Adams distinguished professor of management at Stanford Graduate School of Business, where her research focuses on negotiation and team performance. Watch Part 2 of her interview: http://stanford.io/1w3S3qf Watch more of Professor Neale's top negotiation tips: http://youtu.be/zKsJ9oRu3KY Is making a deal over a power lunch a good negotiation strategy? Find out what Professor Neale's research shows: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/insights/researchers-does-breaking-bread-help-make-negotiation-success
Nancy Duarte: How to Create Better Visual Presentations
 
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Nancy Duarte explains how to create better visual presentations so you can communicate your ideas with efficiency, clarity and impact. She is CEO of Silicon Valley's largest design firm Duarte, and the author of three books on the art and science of visual storytelling. Duarte appeared at the Stanford Graduate School of Business as a guest speaker for professor Jennifer Aaker's class "The Power of Story in Business" on January 10, 2013. What are your top tips for creating better visual presentations? 0:06 What's the best way to make your slides stand out? 0:41 What's the most common mistake people make in visual presentations? 1:47 Learn more about Nancy Duarte: http://www.duarte.com/speaking-engagements/ Learn more about professor Jennifer Aaker's class "The Power of Story in Business": http://stanford.edu/class/gsbgen542
Kathleen Eisenhardt: Effective People Think Simply
 
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Stanford Graduate School of Business PhD alum Kathleen Eisenhardt, a professor at Stanford University’s School of Engineering, studied how product development teams burdened by a complicated set of rules frequently derail while teams with no rules at all never even get started.
Denise Brosseau: How to Become a Thought Leader
 
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Denise Brosseau is CEO of Thought Leadership Lab and a lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business. In this video, she explains why it's more important than ever to establish yourself as a thought leader in your industry, and lays out some simple steps you can take to build your reputation. Brosseau is the author of "Ready to be a Thought Leader?: How to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Success", published in 2014.
Power: Why Some People Have It and Others Don't
 
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Organizational Behavior Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer spoke about the role power plays and how sometimes hard work doesn't necessarily equal success
Randy Hetrick: From Navy SEAL to Fitness Entrepreneur
 
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Randy Hetrick tells the story of how the workout equipment he invented as a Navy SEAL deployed on covert missions around the globe became one of the hottest new trends at the gym. Hetrick earned his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2003. Learn more about Randy Hetrick & TRX: www.trxtraining.com/discover/who-we-are/heritage‎ Learn more about Stanford Graduate School of Business: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/ Video produced by Steve Fyffe.
Decoding Deceptive Body Language
 
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This presentation will show the truths and lies of body language deception. How can we show non-verbal communication through our bodies?
Stanford MSx Program Introduction
 
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The Stanford MSx program is Stanford Graduate School of Business's one-year, full-time degree program for managers with at least eight years of work experience. Participants spend a year in residence as Fellows at Stanford GSB. This short introduction highlights the varied background and global experience of the cohort, and the dynamic learning environment at the GSB. Learn more: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/programs/msx
Oprah Winfrey: "I Stand As Ten Thousand"
 
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Oprah Winfrey talks about how being an African American woman has shaped her business career. She spoke at Stanford Graduate School of Business' View From The Top speaker series on April 16, 2014. Watch the full video: http://youtu.be/6DlrqeWrczs Learn more about the View From The Top series: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/cldr/events/vftt.html
Robyn Sue Fisher: Chief Ice Cream Maker
 
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Robyn Sue Fisher had a successful career as a consultant in the biotech industry. But when her professors at Stanford Graduate School of Business encouraged her to follow her dreams and become an entrepreneur, she decided to focus on a product she'd always loved - ice cream. Working in a basement, she invented a one-of-a-kind ice cream maker that uses liquid nitrogen to turn fresh ingredients into ice cream in 60 seconds. Now, after years of selling ice cream out of a radio flyer wagon on the streets of San Francisco, she's finding sweet success running her own shop "Smitten Ice Cream" from a recycled shipping container in the hip Hayes Valley neighborhood. Learn more about Smitten Ice Cream: http://smittenicecream.com Learn more about Stanford's "Startup Garage" class, where Robyn started developing the business plan for Smitten Ice Cream: http://startup.gsb.stanford.edu Photo credits: Kevin Freedman Organic Hobo Joseph Perez-Green, Envelope A+D Gil Riego Jr., first published by SF Weekly More Stanford GSB alumni spotlights: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zvAfon4Xak&list=PLxq_lXOUlvQBxUAvW7eXx4lNYMoAJy7Kt Follow on Twitter: https://twitter.com/stanfordbiz Like on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StanfordGSB Video produced by Steve Fyffe.
Steve Blank: What Makes A Wise Entrepreneur?
 
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Steve Blank, serial entrepreneur and Stanford consulting associate professor, discusses the role of pattern recognition in entrepreneurship. He appeared at the E-Provocateur speaker series hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (CES) at the Stanford Graduate School of Business on October 23, 2012. Learn more about Steve Blank: http://engineering.stanford.edu/profile/sblank Learn more about the Stanford Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (CES): http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/ces Learn more about the Stanford Graduate School of Business: http://gsb.stanford.edu
Steve Blank: Why You Must Test Your Hypotheses
 
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Steve Blank, serial entrepreneur and Stanford consulting associate professor, explains his customer development methodology, which helps startups find a sustainable, repeatable business model faster. He appeared at the E-Provocateur speaker series hosted by the Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (CES) at the Stanford Graduate School of Business on October 23, 2012. Learn more about Steve Blank: http://engineering.stanford.edu/profile/sblank Learn more about the Stanford Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (CES): http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/ces
Lynn Jurich & Ed Fenster: Selling Solar
 
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Lynn Jurich and Ed Fenster tell the story of their roller coaster ride to success with Sunrun, a solar services company with a unique business model. Jurich and Fenster earned their MBAs at Stanford Graduate School of Business in 2007. Learn more about Sunrun: http://www.sunrun.com Learn more about Stanford Graduate School of Business: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/
Stanford Graduate School of Business
 
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Catch a glimpse of the Stanford Graduate School of Business experience at the Knight Management Center. Hear about the aspirations of its students, faculty and alumni.
Ajay Banga: "You're Going to Get Stared At"
 
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MasterCard President and CEO Ajay Banga reflects on how being a member of the turban-wearing Sikh minority from India has impacted his business career and personal life in the United States. He spoke at Stanford Graduate School of Business' View From The Top speaker series on April 24, 2014. Learn more about Stanford GSB's View From The Top speaker series: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/cldr/events/vftt.html Read five key management lessons shared with students on April 24, 2014: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/headlines/mastercard-ceo-challenge-conventional-wisdom
Margaret Neale: Negotiation: Getting What You Want
 
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Negotiation is problem solving. The goal is not to get a deal; the goal is to get a good deal. Four steps to achieving a successful negotiation: assess, prepare, ask, package. Women increase the chance of a success when a proposal is framed in terms of benefits to your counterparts, team, or organization. Three questions to prepare women to enter a negotiation: Why are you asking? How are you asking? For whom are you asking? Margaret Neale's research focuses primarily on negotiation and team performance. Her work applies judgment and decision-making research from cognitive psychology to the field of negotiation. Neale is the Adams Distinguished Professor of Management at Stanford Graduate School of Business. She her BS in pharmacy from Northeast Louisiana University, her MS from the Medical College of Virginia and Virginia Commonwealth University and her PhD in Business Administration from the University of Texas. Read the discussion guide and find other resources at Stanford's Clayman Institute for Gender Research: http://gender.stanford.edu/negotiation Learn more about Margaret Neale: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/users/maneale
Jennifer Aaker: What Makes Us Happy?
 
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Jennifer Aaker, General Atlantic professor of marketing, discusses her research into what makes us truly happy, and how our concept of happiness changes as we age. Learn more about Jennifer Aaker: http://faculty-gsb.stanford.edu/aaker/index.html Learn more about professor Aaker's research: http://faculty-gsb.stanford.edu/aaker/pages/research.html
Coley Andrews:  What it Takes to be a Search Fund Entrepreneur
 
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Takeaways from the Stanford Graduate School of Business Entrepreneur Symposium 2015
Jeffrey Pfeffer: Why Cultivating Power is the Secret to Success
 
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Jeffrey Pfeffer reveals the secrets for building your personal power at work, and explains why workplace politics are critical to your career success. Pfeffer is Thomas D. Dee II professor of organizational behavior at Stanford Graduate School of Business. How important is power in the workplace? 0:05 What strategies can I use to increase my power at work? 1:40 Why are social relationships important for advancing your career? 3:09 Does confidence matter more than authenticity? 4:43 Read an excerpt from professor Pfeffer's book Power: Why Some People Have It and Others Don't: http://jeffreypfeffer.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/jpfeffer-power-excerpt.pdf Find out why Pfeffer believes that traditional workplace hierarchies still matter: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/insights/jeffrey-pfeffer-do-workplace-hierarchies-still-matter
Charles O'Reilly: How to Create a Culture of Success
 
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Charles O'Reilly explains why companies with strong cultural norms of adaptability perform better over the long-run, and how managers can help create an adaptive corporate culture within their own organizations. O'Reilly is the Frank E. Buck professor of management at Stanford Graduate School of Business. How does a culture of adaptability affect company performance? 0:05 How do you define adaptability? 0:50 How can managers create a culture of adaptability? 1:21 Why is a culture of adaptability key to long-term success? 3:55 Read more tips from professor O'Reilly on creating a corporate culture that drives growth: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/insights/charles-o%E2%80%99reilly-finding-corporate-culture-drives-growth Find out more about professor O'Reilly: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/faculty-research/faculty/charles-oreilly
From Hyper to Hyper-Focused: ADHD in the Workplace
 
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ADHD does not just impact school kids; it's in the workplace, too. As an adult with ADHD, Maile Lesica shares 4 ways to turn an employee's ADHD into an asset. Lesica is a student at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, Class of 2013, and is part of the LOWkeynotes initiative. Visit these websites to learn more about LOWkeynotes, a collaborative effort between Stanford's Center for Leadership Development and Research and the Mastery in Communication Initiative. http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/cldr/ http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/mastery/
Act Like the Leader You Want to Be
 
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Richard Cox Lecturer in Management Stanford Graduate School of Business
Citigroup CEO: How I Got My Start
 
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Vikram Pandit, CEO of Citibank Inc, speaks about how he got his start in finance, good advice he's received, and transitions in his career. He spoke at the Stanford Graduate School of Business' View From The Top series on April 30, 2012. Related Link: More about Stanford Graduate School of Business View From The Top Series: http://gsb-prod.gsb.stanford.edu/cldr/newsandevents/vftt.html More about Vikram Pandit: http://www.citigroup.com/citi/about/our_leaders.html#!Pandit_51 Watch the whole talk: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y-g3zzxZBBI
Mark Dwight: Micro-Manufacturing Entrepreneur
 
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Mark Dwight steered San Francisco's iconic bike messenger bag maker Timbuk2 back from the brink of bankruptcy to profitability, and a $20 million sale to private equity investors in 2005, before leaving to start his own company Rickshaw Bagworks. He's a passionate advocate for the "maker movement", who believes that micro-manufacturers, like his small cut-and-sew factory in San Francisco's Dogpatch neighborhood, are the future of American manufacturing. He earned his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1989, and says he's learned over the years that being an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley doesn't have to mean working in the tech industry. Learn more about Rickshaw Bagworks: http://www.rickshawbags.com Learn more about Mark Dwight's non-profit SF Made, which supports local manufacturing: http://www.sfmade.org
Oprah Winfrey on Career, Life, and Leadership
 
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During a student-led interview at Stanford Graduate School of Business, Oprah Winfrey shares seminal moments of her career journey and the importance of listening to your instincts. Winfrey also offers advice to students on how to find their calling: "Align your personality with your purpose, and no one can touch you."
David Bradford: Influencing Up
 
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David L. Bradford shares his top tips on how to influence your boss and overcome power gaps in his new book "Influencing Up." Bradford is the Eugene O'Kelly II senior lecturer in leadership (emeritus) at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Allan R. Cohen of Babson College co-wrote the book. Learn more about David Bradford: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/users/dlbrad Learn more about "Influencing Up" : http://www.influencewithoutauthority.com
A Taste of Executive Education
 
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Set in the new Knight Management Center, this three minute video highlights the Stanford Graduate School of Business Executive Education program experience. Sample the sunshine, the renowned faculty, innovative coursework, beautiful classroom space, global executive participants, and food prepared by an award-winning executive chef to see why participants rave about these programs. Related Links http://gsb.stanford.edu/exed?utm_source=YouTube&utm_medium=video&utm_content=overview&utm_campaign=General_Exec_Ed
Dave Roberts: PopCap Games' Startup Secrets
 
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Dave Roberts explains how he helped grow PopCap Games from a boutique game developer with around 30 employees to a mobile gaming powerhouse that Electronic Arts acquired in 2011 in a deal worth between $750 million to $1.3 billion, one of the biggest acquisitions of all times in the casual gaming industry. Roberts served as PopCap Games CEO from 2005, and earned his MBA from Stanford Graduate School of Business in 1987. Learn more about PopCap Games: http://www.popcap.com Video produced by Steve Fyffe.
Think Fast, Talk Smart: Communication Techniques
 
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Communication is critical to success in business and life. Concerned about an upcoming interview? Anxious about being asked to give your thoughts during a meeting? Fearful about needing to provide critical feedback in the moment? You are not alone! Learn and practice techniques that will help you speak spontaneously with greater confidence and clarity, regardless of content and context. Recorded on October 25, 2014, in collaboration with the Stanford Alumni Association as part of Stanford Reunion Homecoming and the Graduate School of Business Fall Reunion/Alumni Weekend. Speaker: Matt Abrahams, ’91 Matt Abrahams is a lecturer at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, teaching strategic communication; he also teaches public speaking in Stanford’s Continuing Studies Program.
Paul Brest: Impact Investing and Social Impact Bonds
 
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How social impact investing could change the way philanthropy is done. Takeaways from the 2015 Stanford Graduate School of Business Entrepreneur Symposium.
Stanford Graduate School of Business Graduation Remarks by Phil Knight, MBA '62
 
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The 89th Stanford Graduate School of Business diploma ceremony was held on Saturday, June 14, 2014 in Frost Amphitheater. Phil Knight, MBA '62, shared his insights and experiences from his career as Cofounder and Chairman of Nike: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/headlines/courage-pursue-your-calling
Answering Tough Questions
 
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Business leaders are often faced with tough questions from the audience. This presentation will give you a few useful strategies to answer these challenging inquiries, while staying true to your core message.
Chamath Palihapitiya, Founder and CEO Social Capital, on Money as an Instrument of Change
 
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During his View From The Top talk, Chamath Palihapitiya, founder and CEO of Social Capital, discussed how money is an instrument of change which should be used to make the world a better place. “Money drives the world for better or for worse. Money is going to be made and allocated – you have a moral imperative to get it and then use it to make a difference.“
Cross-Functional Teams
 
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Three Stanford MBA students share how to communicate successfully in cross-functional teams. This is a capstone project for the Strategic Communication course at Stanford Graduate School of Business. This video serves to help others develop their own communication skills. Alfredo Stockder (MBA '13) shares why cross-functional teams work better: - Diversity - Innovation - Productivity - Company agreement Eng Seng Ng (MS M&E '13) explains why cross-functional teams fail: - Familiarity - Aims - Isolation - Language Amber McCoy (MBA '13) on the building blocks of excellence for cross-functional communication and leadership: - Tell a compelling story - Communicate simply and clearly - Meet frequently to share ideas
Why I Chose Stanford GSB
 
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Community, flexibility, diverse backgrounds, and atmosphere of campus were some of the reasons students chose to come to the Stanford GSB. Recorded October 13, 2008
5 Strategies for Surviving a Career Pivot
 
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The relationship between employers and employees has changed dramatically in recent years, and climbing the corporate ladder is no longer the path to success that it once was. Instead, many individuals find themselves pivoting from one career to another throughout their professional lives. GSB alumna Michelle Landrey Cline (MBA '98) interviews the Founder and CEO of Business Talent Group Jody Greenstone Miller about how individuals can successfully navigate career transitions in this new environment. Watch our career pivot segments: Know What You Want and Ask for It https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60UCGoIy408 Build Your Knowledge Base https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdqCOPM3bBU Leverage Your Strengths https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PBNmRL1-72g Market Your Skills https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92G5KxeuRDM Avoid Common Mistakes https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJpvmte6Z0U
Jesper Sørensen: Startups vs. Big Business
 
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Jesper Sørensen reveals the competitive advantages and disadvantages that startups and established companies can exploit as they compete for customers in new markets. He is the Robert A. and Elizabeth R. Jeffe professor of organizational behavior at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Learn more about Jesper Sørensen: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/users/sorensen Learn more about the Stanford Graduate School of Business: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu
Christine Hong: The Art of Managing Life's Transitions
 
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Difficult transitions happen constantly in our lives. Is there a way to proactively manage them, instead of passively or reluctantly going through them? In this talk, Christine Hong draws upon her personal and collective experience of her GSB classmates to offer the three R's of better managing life transitions: recalibrate, reframe, and reach out. She leaves us with a toolkit that we can take with us as we navigate through difficult times of change.
Kirk Hawkins: ICON Aircraft
 
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Kirk Hawkins spent eight years flying F-16 fighter jets for the US Air Force. But when he left the military and went back to study at Stanford Graduate School of Business, he says he was ready to swap his flight suit for a business suit. That was until he read an obscure article in a trade magazine about a pending Federal Aviation Administration rule change that would create a new class of light sport aircraft and make it quicker and easier for recreational pilots to get a license. So he teamed up with Steen Strand, a former classmate from his Stanford graduate engineering program, to design an amphibious plane that could take off from an airstrip or a lake, fit on a boat trailer and would sell for the price of a luxury car. Together they formed a company called ICON Aircraft, and spent years refining the design of their first model model, which they called the A5. Now, the plane that Kirk first envisioned at business school is scheduled to start rolling off the production line later this year. Learn more about ICON Aircraft: http://www.iconaircraft.com Learn more about Stanford Graduate School of Business' Master of Science degree program: https://www.gsb.stanford.edu/programs/msx