Yale SOM students benefit from the advice, insights, and connections of those who went before them. At this year's Career Immersion event, dozens of alumni came back to campus to talk with first-year MBA students. Hear some of what they said.
The Global Health & Innovation Conference held at Yale University is the world's leading and largest global health conference as well as the largest social entrepreneurship conference.
Students from Yale SOM and six other schools in the Global Network for Advanced Management will spend the week in intensive study at another member school.
The schedule is packed with classes, clubs, and social events—all chances to put leadership skills to work.
“Business is one of the most powerful tools on the planet—it can be used for social good,” posited Kassoy. “In the 20th century, business focused on maximizing shareholder value; in the 21st century we must focus on maximizing shared value.”
The “mommy track” gets its name, in part, because of the stereotype of who typically gets flex-time jobs—professional working mothers who wish to dial back their schedule in order to care for children at home.
Yale SOM’s Andrew Metrick and Gary Gorton served as panelists at the Sullivan & Cromwell Conference on Challenges in Global Financial Services.
Alumni of the MBA for Executives: Leadership in Healthcare program discuss how Yale SOM helped them expand their skills and take on new roles.
Yale economist Robert Shiller warns on stocks, saying he believes they're overpriced, with CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis and the Futures Now Traders.
The China India Insights Program (CIIP) of the Center for Customer Insights at the Yale School of Management and the Customer Information Management Center of Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) are co-organizing the fifth annual China India Insights conference on September 19-21, 2013. The conference will be held at CKGSB’s New York office.