Rapid change in our world and in managed organizations demands a focus on preparing for the future, whatever it may hold. The Stanford Graduate School of Business prepares students for the years to come, producing leaders and ideas that empower and improve organizations. Our focus for the future is based on our pioneering heritage and is fueled by Stanford University President John Hennessy’s vision of Stanford as the University of the 21st century. Tomorrow begins here. It has, it does, and it will.
Changing Behavior and Changing Policies
BJ Fogg, Director of Stanford Persuasive Technology Lab, dives into a discussion on the topic of behavior change at the individual level and the steps essential for building new habits. He was the first of three speakers on this subject. (May 18, 2011)
Biotechnology, Diagnostic, and Genomics
Rob Chess moderates a panel discussion with some of Northern California's leaders in biotechnology. They dive into the ways that technology can drastically improve and increase the efficiency of healthcare. (May 11, 2011)
Capital for Early Stage Innovation
Stefanos Zenios, professor and director of the GSB's Program in Healthcare Innovation, leads an interactive panel discussion centered on raising capital for early-stage healthcare innovations. (May 11, 2011)
The Personalized Web
A panel of industry experts discusses the growing trend of information sharing and what the potential is for personalization in the future of the internet. (March 2, 2011)
2011 Business of Education Symposium
Keynote Speaker Jim Shelton, the US Department of Education's Assistant Deputy Secretary for Innovation and Improvement discusses the responsibility of business and education leaders to improve teaching for American children. (March 22, 2011)
Business Support and Operations at Rio Tinto
Bret Clayton from global mining conglomerate Rio Tinto, discusses the issues that have been faced due to the stock market crash of 2008 and what it meant for the company. (November 2010)
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I listened to the Changing Behavior and Hire the Right People this morning, and I have to say that I'm now addicted! The information is wonderful and the professors are entertaining. I highly recommend!