Tag: Graduate School of Business

GSB

GSB announces first recipients of its Stanford USA MBA Fellowship

by Graduate School of Business Communications on August 10, 2017 2:48 pm
Stanford Graduate School of Business has selected ADAM VERHASSELT, AMANDA DONOHUE-HANSEN and TAYLOR SEABAUGH as the first recipients of its Stanford USA MBA Fellowship. The fellowship provides up to $160,000 in tuition and fees to each recipient over two years. Within two years of graduation from Stanford GSB, fellows must begin working in the Midwest… Read more GSB announces first recipients of its Stanford USA MBA Fellowship
Madhav Rajan

Madhav Rajan appointed dean of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business

by University Communications on March 9, 2017 2:41 pm
MADHAV RAJAN, the Robert K. Jaedicke Professor of Accounting, has been appointed dean of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. His appointment begins July 1. “I have had 16 wonderful years at Stanford GSB and will dearly miss my faculty and staff colleagues,” Rajan said. “My wife and two daughters are Stanford alums,… Read more Madhav Rajan appointed dean of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business
Penny Pritzker

Penny Pritzker will be Graduate School of Business graduation speaker

by Graduate School of Business Communications on March 7, 2017 2:06 pm
Former U.S. Secretary of Commerce PENNY PRITZKER will be the speaker at the 2017 Stanford Graduate School of Business graduation ceremonies on June 17. Pritzker earned J.D. and M.B.A. degrees from Stanford. As the 38th Commerce secretary from June 2013 to January 2017, Pritzker was a key member of President Obama’s economic team. In this… Read more Penny Pritzker will be Graduate School of Business graduation speaker
William Barnett

Want to be a better manager?

by Bill Snyder on February 2, 2017 2:05 pm
Do good managers look for consensus and strive to predict the future? Not according to WILLIAM BARNETT, professor of organizational behavior at the Graduate School of Business. “Humans fear being a fool much more than they hope to be a genius,” he says. Rather than risk looking foolish, employees may opt to support a consensus… Read more Want to be a better manager?