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Making a product that is best in class isn't enough. You have to consider the market for it too.

Stanford d.school's Perry Klebahn describes how he overcome a glaring entrepreneurial error – underestimating the market for his product: snowshoes. http://stanford.io/1s1h9dA
Entrepreneur Perry Klebahn tells why building a good market is as essential as building a good product.
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Companies like Google and Apple have been criticized for keeping profits overseas. But the biggest brands have bigger incentives to do so than other companies. Read more from Professor Lisa De Simone: stanford.io/1LKth6J
A Stanford scholar examines three methods of income shifting, and why some firms benefit more than others.
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Employees who reported that their work demands prevented them from meeting their family obligations or vice versa were 90% more likely to self-report poor physical health. Read how 9 other workplace stressors affect a person’s health → http://stanford.io/1BmpJrK
Stanford scholars identify 10 work stressors that are destroying your health.
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How you treat your colleagues matters more than ever today, believes Lecturer Amy Wilkinson. Offering help in even the most minor ways makes professional relationships stronger and more effective. stanford.io/1vtgqUl
How you treat your colleagues matters more than ever in the age of LinkedIn and Facebook.
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On building a great business: "What matters most is having a support system around you: cofounder, team, mentors," believes Roys Gureli (MBA '11), the founder of Turkish online retailer annelutfen.com. http://stanford.io/1DOM9SN
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Internet ads can be just as effective as television ads, according to new research from Professor Wesley R. Hartmann. http://stanford.io/1FGKsDf
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Content marketing can help your message break through the clutter. Learn SEO and social media tips from Stanford School of Engineering Lecturer and marketing expert Lynda Kate Smith in free webinar tomorrow at 9am PT. Sign up: stanford.io/1BFnLkY ‪#‎StanfordIE‬
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80% of participation is done by 20% of the members in a group, according to Professor Lindred Greer. Read why group decision-making is so difficult, and how to avoid common pitfalls: stanford.io/1aFqsIP
Worldview Stanford creates learning experiences for professionals to help them get smarter about the critical dynamics shaping our future.
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Repaying favors is the norm in our personal lives, but not in the workplace. Professor Jeffrey Pfeffer looks at why employers often don’t reciprocate employee loyalty and effort: stanford.io/1DHuPO7
Repaying favors is the norm in our personal lives, but not in the workplace.
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Companies need to be punished for acting in ways that are counterproductive, and which harm the environment, people, and even long term growth which is good for the community in which they operate. 
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"Investing more in innovation isn't necessarily the right strategy for everyone," shared Professor Chris Tonetti. Explore a model for how countries can think through the right balance between imitation and innovation: stanford.io/1nTDJOb
Technical innovation makes more sense for some countries and companies than others.
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“Highly competitive markets, over time, feature some of the world’s most capable and innovative companies.” Professor William Barnett discusses why business leaders should not avoid competition: stanford.io/1uUQR8U
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15 essential tips for building a great business, from ‪#‎StanfordGSBAlumni‬ entrepreneurs: http://stanford.io/1rqt5n3
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