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Intuitive Decision Making

February 28, 2020
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The consumer journey is filled with switchbacks and dead ends. We want a new laptop so we talk with friends. We read online reviews. We sample options at the store. We weigh and consider the various features of many brands. We negotiate with ourselves, coming up with arguments and...

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Celebrating Black Culture and Achievement at Yale SOM

By: Markea Dickinson February 28, 2020
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This year’s Black History Month was an amazing opportunity to host various events to celebrate the African diaspora, engage in discussions around supporting Black entrepreneurs, and further strengthen the relationship between Yale and New Haven.   The Black Innovators Talk on February 26...

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From the Assistant Dean for Admissions: Advice for Round 3 Applicants

By: Bruce DelMonico February 28, 2020

This is a busy time in our application process. We’re currently in the middle of Round 2, our largest application round, which takes up a good deal of our time. (As I’ve discussed in previous blog posts, each application is reviewed multiple times and can potentially be discussed twice by...

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Conference Recap: YBlockchain? for Business and Society

By: Diana Barrero Zalles February 24, 2020
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The Yale ICF will host the third iteration of the YBlockchian? conference series, which has been a pleasure to organize and moderate so far.  These discussions have brought fascinating speakers to the Yale campus to talk about blockchain, applications that make sense, and implications on several...

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Intuitive Decision Making

February 28, 2020
arrow blocks showing two paths

The consumer journey is filled with switchbacks and dead ends. We want a new laptop so we talk with friends. We read online reviews. We sample options at the store. We weigh and consider the various features of many brands. We negotiate with ourselves, coming up with arguments and...

Continue reading “Intuitive Decision Making ”

Celebrating Black Culture and Achievement at Yale SOM

By: Markea Dickinson February 28, 2020
Woman with microphone standing in front of a digital screen that reads BlackOut

This year’s Black History Month was an amazing opportunity to host various events to celebrate the African diaspora, engage in discussions around supporting Black entrepreneurs, and further strengthen the relationship between Yale and New Haven.   The Black Innovators Talk on February 26...

Continue reading “Celebrating Black Culture and Achievement at Yale SOM”

From the Assistant Dean for Admissions: Advice for Round 3 Applicants

By: Bruce DelMonico February 28, 2020

This is a busy time in our application process. We’re currently in the middle of Round 2, our largest application round, which takes up a good deal of our time. (As I’ve discussed in previous blog posts, each application is reviewed multiple times and can potentially be discussed twice by...

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Conference Recap: YBlockchain? for Business and Society

By: Diana Barrero Zalles February 24, 2020
Diana

The Yale ICF will host the third iteration of the YBlockchian? conference series, which has been a pleasure to organize and moderate so far.  These discussions have brought fascinating speakers to the Yale campus to talk about blockchain, applications that make sense, and implications on several...

Continue reading “Conference Recap: YBlockchain? for Business and Society”