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"I believe that the key to joy is having a cause, passion, and working with the right people. The students here are united by a curiosity that motivates them to explore every corner of the world." –Laura Rudas (MSx '15) ‪#‎gsbinthemoment‬

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Honesty leads to financial rewards in the long run because it builds your reputation for integrity, says U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara. http://stanford.io/1EaojSQ
A U.S. Attorney gives tips for following your moral compass.
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The solar power industry is experiencing dramatic growth. But a federal tax incentive for solar projects is set to expire at the end of next year – and it will be a substantial blow to the industry. Professor Stefan Reichelstein offers an alternative that would steer us away from this "solar cliff": http://stanford.io/1yOPKPS ‪#‎EarthDay
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One of most important characteristics of enduring companies: their CEOs are "opportunity-driven" leaders. You can identify these leaders by their ability to not just see the future, but seize it. Read more from Lecturer Mark Leslie: http://stanford.io/1NKcHqI
A lecturer in management shows why only a select few companies manage to extend their lives decades beyond the competition.
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On any street corner, can be found just the same ilk.
Street walkers, and night stalkers.
They all see opportunity in every John, Dick, and Hairy.
Maybe not quite the same thing,
But, almost.
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Total sales of fair-trade goods in the United States in 2011 amounted to about $1.4 billion — only about 1/40 of the U.S. market for certified organic produce. Professor Jens Hainmueller examines whether people are willing to pay more for fair trade products: http://stanford.io/1GpgTv5
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"Sports are, traditionally, bound by old-school thinking. But we're in a sport that has to be innovative because we're a challenger," shared San Jose Earthquakes President Dave Kaval (MBA ’03) on the culture of Major League Soccer.

Read more → http://stanford.io/1afR829 and follow ‪#‎GSBSIC‬ today for live-tweets from Kaval's talk at the Stanford GSB Sports Innovation Conference.
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It’s tempting – but a mistake – for a new CEO to fixate on all that is wrong with a struggling company. "Go into an organization and figure out what that company's doing right, and do more of it," advises Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman. http://stanford.io/1IIrGOB
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This is the 'positive reinforcement' thinking approach that is more popular in this generation than in the previous one. And I believe it can be more effective if done properly as well. 
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32% of nonprofit board members don’t think their board can evaluate their organization’s performance, according to a new survey. Read 9 recommendations to improve nonprofit board governance → http://stanford.io/1JcJEfD 
A new survey shows many lack skills, engagement to effectively oversee organizations.
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46% have little or no confidence that the performance data they review accurately measures the success of their organizations.
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Simplicity is key for navigating complex challenges. In her new book, Stanford School of Engineering Professor Kathleen Eisenhardt (PhD '82) describes how people can manage the complexity of the modern world through "simple rules": http://stanford.io/1JI8CRv
A Stanford professor offers a better way to make decisions.
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"I study the psychology of consumer financial decision making. When it comes to managing finances, it’s easy for people to feel overwhelmed and out of control. The goal of my research is to help consumers regain control and make better financial decisions." –Emily Garbinsky (PhD '15). #gsbinthemoment

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Lot of interesting psychology behind the process of financial decision making 
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How do consumers understand risk? Professor Uzma Khan explores how poor we are at instinctively understanding probabilities: http://stanford.io/1v5yAJ0 | Photo credit: Drew Kelly
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Your boss needs you to be powerful. Join Professor David Bradford in a free webinar tomorrow at 10am PST to learn how to "manage up" and influence people in your organization: http://stanford.io/1OyGHpO #GSBManageUp
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Thank u so much for your help with this morning and I am going to get my message on my own business and technology and services for all 
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