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    now more popular than hedge funds come with a down side Stanford LEAD Certificate Corporate Innovation Learn how to accelerate change in your organization through this unique online experience Programs MBA Program MSx Program PhD Program Executive Education See All Programs Upcoming Events Thursday Oct 8 2015 11 00am 12 30pm Jump Start Your Job Search Virtual Career Series Online Monday Oct 19 2015 6 00pm 7 00pm View From The Top Sir Alex Ferguson On Campus Stanford CA Tuesday Nov 3 2015 12 10pm 1 10pm View From The Top Jamie Dimon On Campus Stanford CA Stanford Innovation Entrepreneurship Certificate Online Power your career with innovation frameworks from Stanford Engineering and Business Stanford Business StanfordBiz Latest Insights by Stanford Business October 2 2015 Written Corvette Chief Engineer on Why You Won t See a Self Driving Sports Car With 37 years at GM Tadge Juechter offers a long view perspective on the auto industry October 1 2015 Written Gil li Vardi Can Businesses Learn from Military Strategy A military historian says organizational assumptions are rarely correct September 29 2015 Written How to Stay Rational When the Markets Go Crazy Four guidelines for surviving and thriving in the current volatility September 29 2015 Written Jeffrey Pfeffer How to Lean In to Power Power skills and behaviors matter for career success School News October 2 2015 Written 100th Graduate Completes Online Stanford Innovation Entrepreneurship Certificate Trade marketing manager for the Middle East and Africa is 100th person to earn the certificate for the Stanford Program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship September 23 2015 Written Five MBA Students Designated 2016 Siebel Scholars The five join an elite group of the brightest students at the world s leading graduate schools of business computer science bioengineering and energy science Giving to Stanford GSB Learn how

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  • The Experience | Stanford Graduate School of Business
    Experience Innovation in Our DNA Stanford University began with the pioneering spirit of Leland and Jane Stanford then grew into a research university with a reputation as a catalyst for change Drawing on the energy of Silicon Valley one of the world s most dynamic centers for business and innovation you will learn to try new ideas and not fear failure Tailor your academic career to your interests You will have access to seven world class schools on a single campus business earth sciences education engineering law medicine and humanities and sciences exposing you to more diversity more ideas and more inspiration Life at Stanford GSB A Culture of Collaboration From group projects to student clubs to on campus living our culture reduces competition between students encourages teamwork and deepens relationships Our home the Knight Management Center has been designed for the future with an eye towards technology innovation collaboration and sustainability Under the sunny skies of the San Francisco Bay Area there is no place quite like it Alumni Community Our collaborative approach and the intimate size of our programs means that relationships are strong and alumni can rely on support from each other long after they graduate wherever they are around the world Explore Our Programs Learn About Our Impact Learn How Business School Can Change Your Life Experience Stanford GSB Catch a glimpse of the Stanford Graduate School of Business experience Hear from students alumni and faculty Monday Oct 19 2015 6 00pm 7 00pm View From The Top Sir Alex Ferguson On Campus Stanford CA Join us as Sir Alex Ferguson Former Manager of Manchester United is in conversation with Sir Michael Moritz Chairman of Sequoia Capital Recent School News October 2 2015 Written 100th Graduate Completes Online Stanford Innovation Entrepreneurship Certificate Trade marketing manager for

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  • Why Business School | Stanford Graduate School of Business
    me to turbocharge my skills and outlook Stephanie Peng MBA 14 Stanford GSB has taught me to look across cultures and industries to solve tough problems Maria Puron MBA 14 Pursuing my MBA at Stanford has given me the opportunity to learn cutting edge management approaches Bella Rozenkrants PhD My goal is to make the research I do as an academic more accessible Monica Chellam MBA 14 Thanks to my time at Stanford GSB I feel equipped to find my place in the world and make a meaningful contribution Moving up in your chosen field or changing paths completely Exploring new ways of thinking or discovering how to make the contribution you always wanted Perhaps even in ways you never imagined possible The education you receive at Stanford GSB will empower you with the knowledge skills and long term vision that lead to innovation and growth And you ll build a powerful network of accomplished inspiring colleagues that will continue to sustain you long after your final class Exponentially more than a resume enhancement or a means to an end your Stanford GSB experience will shape your entire career and transform your life It will prepare you to navigate the unprecedented economic social and other complex changes the future will certainly bring Alumni Spotlight Irina Pavlova President Onexim Sports and Entertainment MBA 1997 The network is the most important aspect of my education at Stanford GSB Incredible opportunities have resulted from the relationships formed the employment advice provided and the close friendships built among my classmates Alumni Spotlight Miguel M Unzueta Associate Professor UCLA Anderson School of Management PhD 2006 I could not think of a more focused place for training researchers I learned everything I know about research here study design data analysis publication norms and the reality is

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  • Academic Experience | Stanford Graduate School of Business
    to suit their interests You can pursue coursework and experiential learning opportunities in specific areas such as leadership communication social innovation and entrepreneurship Global Perspective Our faculty teach management in the context of an international economy Your awareness of global issues will be developed through coursework international study trips internships or programs offered worldwide Our programs draw applicants from around the world so you will join an international student body that shares diverse insights and different perspectives All That Stanford Has to Offer You will draw on resources from all of Stanford University s world class schools including law engineering medicine education earth sciences and humanities and sciences This collaborative cross disciplinary culture is evident in all Stanford GSB programs One in six MBA students chooses to pursue a joint or dual degree Upcoming Events Open to Students Monday Oct 19 2015 6 00pm 7 00pm View From The Top Sir Alex Ferguson On Campus Stanford CA Join us as Sir Alex Ferguson Former Manager of Manchester United is in conversation with Sir Michael Moritz Chairman of Sequoia Capital Wednesday Oct 28 2015 2 00pm 5 00pm Executive Roundtable Data Driven Marketing for E Commerce On Campus Stanford CA Join us for an executive roundtable in which we discuss the challenges and opportunities associated with using data driven marketing Tuesday Nov 3 2015 12 10pm 1 10pm View From The Top Jamie Dimon On Campus Stanford CA Join us for the View From The Top event with Jamie Dimon Chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase Explore Our Programs Discover Our Faculty Alumni Spotlight Nick Navarro Director of New Projects SHN MBA 2012 One of the things I appreciate about the Venture Studio at Stanford GSB is that it s student driven The project started after our research showed that entrepreneurial

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  • The Leadership | Stanford Graduate School of Business
    School Academic Experience Life at Stanford GSB The Leadership The Dean Associate Assistant Deans Advisory Council School News History Impact You are here The Stanford GSB Experience The Leadership The Leadership Our mission is to create ideas that deepen and advance our understanding of management and with those ideas to develop innovative principled and insightful leaders who change the world We seek to attract faculty and students with high leadership potential We engage in an academically rigorous research supported learning process including interdisciplinary studies and community engagement Classes are intimate and take full advantage of Stanford University and its surrounding communities The impact of our ideas and our students extends globally in meaningful ways Our values provide the context within which the school strives for excellence Engage intellectually Strive for something great Respect others Act with integrity Own your actions 2014 Year in Review Our annual Year in Review report demonstrates how we bring our values to life through actions 2014 Year in Review Dean Garth Saloner provides an overview of Stanford GSB s achievements and opportunities for advancing the school s core mission Explore Our Programs Media Inquiries photo miller arjay five deans jpg Faculty Spotlight Arjay Miller Dean Stanford GSB 1969 1979 When former Dean Arjay Miller created the Public Management and Social Innovation Program in 1971 he saw it as a bridge between industry and government Business is the most powerful force in our society said Miller at a recent event and well educated businessmen will support needed social legislation instead of opposing it See Our Deans Past and Present Learn About Our Impact Stanford University Leadership Follow Stanford Business Companies Organizations Recruiters Stanford Community Library Newsroom Contact Us Visit Us Jobs MyGSB Stanford Business Email Your source for management ideas and insights delivered to your inbox

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  • Life at Stanford GSB | Stanford Graduate School of Business
    school mascots nothing tops the Stanford Tree Everyone s favorite evergreen is always on hand to get the crowd on its feet Students at Stanford GSB enjoy myriad benefits during their time on campus The Unique Environment Our year round sunshine and balmy climate allow for outdoor living bringing people together in outside spaces Our new classrooms study areas and other facilities were constructed with an emphasis on technology collaboration and sustainability A Diverse Student Population Students arrive from more than 50 countries with many different educational professional and social backgrounds Our collaborative educational process benefits from these diverse backgrounds encouraging a range of perspectives and approaches to real world problems This diversity encompasses personal experiences and goals culture socioeconomic status ethnicity gender sexual orientation nationality and more Student Support International students seeking assistance with visas or students looking for an affinity group or other support will find the resources and services they require A Full Life Beyond the Classrooms Energetic and engaged students organize and participate in a variety of social and interest or career oriented activities Students also have access to groups events and facilities across the larger Stanford University campus Integrated Living and Working A range of residential options encourages collaboration and enables students to benefit from the diverse community Single students married students and students with families will all find a living space that s right for them Extraordinary Surroundings Located in the heart of Silicon Valley south of San Francisco there s no better place to study business The San Francisco Bay Area provides endless opportunities for cultural enrichment easy access to the outdoors and fun Explore Our Programs See A Week in the Life of MBA Students See A Typical Day in the Life of an MSx Student phoro al ameri khalid jpg Alumni

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  • Around the World | Stanford Graduate School of Business
    the Product of Constant Reiteration The CEO of ScoreBeyond explains how entrepreneurs must rewire their brains September 22 2015 Written Are Management Practices Changing in Developing Economies Workers who feel a sense of belonging stay in their jobs longer September 2 2015 Written How to Make Government Work More Attractive Vetor Brasil matches leaders with opportunities in the public sector August 19 2015 Written Andrew Meade A Firm With Great Teamwork Will Eventually Outrun Its Competition The founder of a U S construction company spent a year coaching West African business leaders Here s what he taught them July 24 2015 Written Building a Startup Ecosystem One Entrepreneur s Playbook The founder of Start Up Chile explains what countries can do to build a Silicon Valley on their home turf July 23 2015 Written Victor Koo Venture Capital Firms are Proliferating in China Youku Tudou CEO on micro movies and other ways Chinese directors are leveraging the internet July 21 2015 Written A Nonprofit Group Helps Struggling Indian Craftspeople Innovation fellow creates an artisan s business to business matching platform Explore Our Programs Discover Our Faculty Programs Offered Around the World Worldwide Locations Written Stanford Ignite Offered in Europe Asia and South America as well as in the U S this certificate program teaches innovators to formulate develop and commercialize their ideas Mexico City Written Stanford go to market This certificate program teaches high potential innovators how to refine their business plan and develop a go to market strategy photo vandana jain jpg Alumni Spotlight Vandana Jain Managing Director Advanced Eye Hospital MBA 2011 When I returned to India to start the eye hospital the alumni network not only shared their expertise on various aspects of starting a business everything from feasibility to fundraising but they opened up their networks

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  • The Programs | Stanford Graduate School of Business
    Education Programs designed for senior executives to help them to drive results at the highest levels of global management Expert faculty accomplished participants and Stanford s unique culture of innovation combine to help participants shape the future of business Offerings span the full spectrum of business topics Executive Program in Social Entrepreneurship A program designed to help social entrepreneurs take enterprises and innovative models to the next level Executive Program for Nonprofit Leaders A program designed to further the professional development of current and future leaders in the nonprofit sector Executive Program for Educational Leaders A program that supports the development of innovative problem solving management skills and leadership capacity for current superintendents and other central office leaders Entrepreneurship Stanford Ignite This unique certificate program helps innovators formulate develop and commercialize their business ideas Stanford Ignite is offered at Stanford and several global locations Stanford Innovation and Entrepreneurship This online program empowers you to more effectively generate and implement new ideas and lead innovative teams and organizations Self paced courses are available online Earn a certificate on your own schedule Social Innovation Programs Our Executive Program in Social Entrepreneurship is a one week residential program designed to help seasoned social entrepreneurs take enterprises and innovative models to the next level Stanford go to market A certificate program that teach es high potential innovators how to refine their business plan and develop a go to market strategy Offered in Mexico City Global Stanford Ignite This unique certificate program helps innovators around the world without graduate level business training to formulate develop and commercialize their business ideas Stanford Ignite is offered as a nine week part time program in Bangalore Beijing London New York City Santiago São Paulo and on the Stanford campus A four week full time program is also available at Stanford Stanford go to market A certificate program that teach es high potential innovators how to refine their business plan and develop a go to market strategy The program is taught through a combination of in person instruction and live sessions delivered by distance learning technology Social Innovation MBA Program The Stanford MBA Program allows you to focus your educational efforts in areas such as environment international development healthcare and education by participating in the Public Management and Social Innovation certificate program Social Innovation Programs Our social innovation programs focus on developing leaders who can solve the world s most challenging problems in areas such as education the environment poverty healthcare and social justice Executive Program for Education Leaders A program that supports the development of innovative problem solving management skills and leadership capacity for current superintendents and other central office leaders Multidisciplinary MBA Program Your goals and interests may span multiple academic disciplines or areas of expertise That is why the Stanford MBA Program empowers you to combine studies Nearly 20 of Stanford MBA students take advantage of a joint or dual degree to complement the MBA As a student you can also take courses in any graduate

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