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Business Schools Produced the 'Bros' Who Blew up the Economy in 2008—Has Anything Changed Since Then?

The rush by business schools to embrace corporate responsibility may be little more than window dressing. Corporate misanthropes are nothing new, but Martin Shkreli is a special case. He became one of the most hated men in America for...Show More Summary

Can Business Schools Make Companies Ethical?

In the third part of its “The Business of Change” series, Capital & Main looks at how business schools are teaching ethics and corporate social responsibility. Capital & Main is an award-winning publication that reports from California on economic, political, and social issues. Read Full Story

The piranha problem in social psychology / behavioral economics: The “take a pill” model of science eats itself

[cat picture] A fundamental tenet of social psychology, behavioral economics, at least how it is presented in the news media, and taught and practiced in many business schools, is that small “nudges,” often the sorts of things that we might not think would affect us at all, can have big effects on behavior. Show More Summary

New Music Licensing Course Now Available From New Artist Model Online Music Business School

December 14, 2017 Boston, MA GET YOUR MUSIC LICENSED is an online training program that teaches students how to prepare and license their music for film, TV, games and online placements. The 6 month program shows musicians where to pitch...Show More Summary

New Music Licensing Course Now Available From New Artist Model Online Music Business School

New Artist Model - Online Music Business School for Indie Musicians December 14, 2017 Boston, MA GET YOUR MUSIC LICENSED is an online training program that teaches students how to prepare and license their music for film, TV, games and online placements. Show More Summary

#CigarTalk: Harvard Business School Grad Swizz Beatz Talks Timbaland Battle, Art Basel No Commission And More [Video]

Image via RapRadar Swizz Beatz Interview On RapRadar’s Cigar Talk Swizz Beatz sat down on RapRadar’s Cigar Talk with @NajiChill down at Art Basel in Miami to talk about his recent graduation from Harvard business school, his future beat battle

These Entrepreneurs Are Transforming The Middle East’s Startup Scene

Are investors in the region ready to support them? Ask an American VC or angel investor what comes to mind when they think of the Middle East, and many are likely to say “war.” “When I see my friends from business school,” said Tarek...Show More Summary

Social Media & Ripping Apart the Fabric of Society

I’m a huge fan of Chamath Palihapitiya & his drum of working on hard problems (see here). He says what everyone is thinking, but are too scared to say publicly. Here’s a recent talk at the Stanford Business School that generated press...Show More Summary

“Little Data” etc.: My talk at NYU this Friday, 8 Dec 2017

I’ll be talking at the NYU business school, in the department of information, operations, and management sciences, this Fri, 8 Dec 2017, at 12:30, in room KMC 4-90 (wherever that is): Little Data: How Traditional Statistical Ideas Remain...Show More Summary

Help! I’m Writing a Song – 6 Songwriting Tips to Write Your Next Hit

New Artist Model - Online Music Business School for Indie Musicians Writing a song might sound like a fairly easy thing to accomplish, and sometimes it can be. But not every time. Sure, there are only 11 notes in the scale, but there are a seemingly infinite amount of combinations waiting to be discovered. Show More Summary

Study uncovers economic impact of natural disasters

New research from Deakin Business School has revealed the impact of natural disasters on Australia's economy.

Business School Alumni Perspectives On The Need For Legal Studies

Chase Jeremiah Edwards & Reece Theriot et al., Business School Alumni Perspectives on the Need for Legal Studies: Law professors who teach in schools of business have continually been forced to serve as advocates for their own presence in the business academy. Despite increasing rates of white-collar crime, ethical misconduct,...

Q&A: Tom Steyer on his drive to impeach Trump, his Democratic critics and his motivations

Tom Steyer, the San Francisco billionaire leading a petition drive to impeach President Trump, spoke this week by telephone after an appearance at Stanford’s business school. The interview has been excerpted and edited for clarity and concision. So how exactly is this supposed to work? You gather...

African business schools must change tack to combat corruption

(University of Bath) Business schools in Africa must equip future business leaders with political skills, if business education is to play a significant role in combating systemic corruption, says research from the University of Bat...

book spotlight: culture and commerce by mukti khaire

A very,  very long time ago, Mukti Khaire was a guest blogger at orgtheory. Since then, she’s been a successful management researcher at the Harvard Business School and Cornell Tech. It is thus a great pleasure for me to read her new book Culture and Commerce: The Value of Entrepreneurship in Creative Industries. The book is […]

Get'em while they're hot

(Journal of Retailing at New York University) Researchers from Australia's Monash University business school have shown that providing real-time cues about the number of items sold and current levels of stock - easily presentable in the digital age - can be a viable retailing strategy, even for offline merchants.

The Future of Colleges & Universities… And the Present

This article looks at the future of colleges and universities: There are over 4,000 colleges and universities in the United States, but Harvard Business School professor Clayton Christensen says that half are bound for bankruptcy in the next few decades. Christensen is known for coining the theory of disruptive innovation in his 1997 book, “The […]

Marie Césaire Champagne by Marie-Inès Romelle

Afropunk reports: After working for 12 years as a manager at 5 delicatessen shops at Orly airport in Paris and four more as a wealth manager, Marie-Inès Romelle went back to business school so that she could pursue her passion of creating a brand with her brother, Jaïro, which came to fruition in 2015 in the form of Marie Césaire Champagne. Show More Summary

Why sexual harassment training doesn’t stop harassment

Shannon Rawski first got the idea for her dissertation after listening to her former colleagues — business school professors who study human resources and recognize sexual harassment as a problem — complain about having to attend, well, sexual harassment training. “My university announced they needed to have it because they hadn’t in three years, and […]

Stanford Tops The Business Schools With The Most Satisfied MBA Graduates

4 weeks agoSports : Jock Rich

Alumni from Stanford, Darden and Tuck give their business schools and current jobs high marks five years after getting their MBAs.

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