Cases featuring diverse protagonists, and others addressing issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion, are part of the curriculum in a growing number of courses.
The inaugural Donald Ogilvie ’78 Colloquium on November 30, sponsored by the Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (CARE), will bring together a panel of three alumni—Lofton Holder ’90, Judith Scimone ’00, and Fred Terrell ’82—in conversation with Jam
How the SOM community marked the “Festival of Lights.”
This month, Yale SOM will host the inaugural event in the Donald H. Ogilvie Colloquium, a speaker series aimed at bringing a diversity of perspectives to the school.
Together with their co-author, Colleen Cunningham of the London Business School, Ederer and Ma were honored for their paper “Killer Acquisitions,” published in the Journal of P
Two Yale SOM students are among the 19 Yale students who will spend the year collaborating with U.S. policymakers and researching a variety of pressing global issues.
Developing new thinking that helps leaders become expert in creating long-term value for the stakeholders who matter to the success of their organizations.
As the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S. approaches, we asked some of our students what they are thankful for this year.