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A World Tour with Career Development Office Assistant Dean Julia Zupko

June 28, 2016

June 27, 2016 London, England In London, I met with current student Anuj Rajain, who is interning at Belmond Ltd on the marketing team. Rajain’s internship has been greatly influenced by Yale SOM’s new core curriculum course, Global Virtual Teams. During my time in London, I’m...

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Using the Tools of Organizational Change in the Quest for Women’s Equality

November 2, 2015

During her time at Yale SOM, Anita Jivani ’15 brought together two threads of her professional and personal interests. An organizational change consultant, she spent more than three years working on cross-sector consulting projects with organizations such as Walmart, the World Bank, and the...

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Answering Tricky Interview Questions and Other Workplace Insights from Laszlo Bock ’99

June 17, 2015

Declaring modestly that your only flaw is working too hard is the wrong approach, according to Laszlo Bock ’99, Google’s senior vice president for people operations, who appeared on NBC’s Today Show on June 16. “Be a little honest about this,” he said on the show, “but then say...

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First-Ever WIM Week Sparks Discussion, Debate, and Reflection About Gender Diversity

April 7, 2015

Since March was Women’s History Month, it seemed like the perfect opportunity to engage our classmates in discussions about gender dynamics at SOM and beyond. With the full support of the SOM Deans’ Office, we led a team of fellow students, faculty, and staff to create a series of events...

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