Posts categorized "Faculty"
What is summer without a great book or two to enjoy? We asked a few of our faculty to share their recommendations for favorite business books—as well as works of fiction, history, and more. It is summer, after all.Read More
Professor Paul Bracken was presented with the Howard R. Lamar Award for Service to Alumni at a luncheon on April 25.Read More
Part I: The Challenge … Your task: Use the paper clip and undertake a series of trades with the intention of getting something bigger and better. You can do whatever you wish. You have one paper clip. Those are the constraints. See what you and your partner can trade up for by Monday at 5 pm. Document your trades and we’ll see where we all end up once we meet again next Tuesday.Read More
After working at Acumen this past summer, I was left with questions about talent in the social impact sector (or purpose-driven talent) and how companies can connect social impact to talent development.Read More
It is with great sadness that the student leaders of the Design & Innovation Club, on behalf of all students at SOM, write about the passing of William Drenttel, former Senior Faculty Fellow and Social Enterprise Fellow at the Yale School of Management. He passed away on December 21st after battling brain cancer for over a year. He was 60 years old.Read More
Sakura (cherry blossoms) in Caulkins Courtyard. Not actually Japan, but we were there a little too early to see a great number of cherry blossoms. Sorry ‘bout that. Photo by Dennis’ iPhone. Here is the much-delayed follow-up to my first post on Japan, Frames, Trains, and Automobiles. I really wanted to get this to all of you right after our International Experience ended, but, alas, the craziness that is the first week of Spring 2 put a hitch in that plan...Read More
Contents of our research journals are like unfiltered water. Decision and policy makers should stand forewarned before they use the contents of academic journals to guide them in their work. Fortunately, most of them maintain a healthy skeptical attitude to our findings and prescriptions until they have more evidence on their efficacy.Read More