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Second Semester: Settling Into Evans Hall & Looking Ahead to Management Practicums

February 4, 2014

Exciting times at SOM! It is the start of the third week of spring semester. Everyone seems to have settled really well into the new environment by embracing the transparency theme of Evans Hall. Transparency is important in today's business and society and thus it has been given special emphasis at Yale SOM. Not only is the building a majestic piece of art, its architecture certainly adds diversity to the beautiful gothic architecture you will find across Yale University.

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The Master of Advanced Management Program: A Lesson in Grand Strategy

May 30, 2013

An old Chinese proverb says that to know the road ahead you should ask those coming back. Given my recent graduation and imminent re-incorporation to the work force, I thought I might share my experience in the Master of Advanced Management (MAM) program for prospective students to mull...

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About Foxes and Hedgehogs

February 26, 2013

This term, with the Master of Advanced Management (MAM) cohort, I’m taking a course designed specifically for our program called the CEO Agenda 2020.  This course is based on the premise that the private sector has assumed an increasingly important role in addressing pressing global challenges and an evolving social contract has shifted expectations for private sector engagement in matters such as global health, development and climate change.  The modern CEO must understand an array of issues that extend far beyond traditional business concerns.

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