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"The most important lesson I’ve learned at the GSB is humility. For me, humility is being able to learn from those around you regardless of who they are. My classmates and professors show this everyday with their willingness to learn. They know that they are never done learning in life and that you can learn from anyone!" –Jai Popat (MBA ’15)

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I want you on my Team!!!
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Financial innovations can be used to align diverse interests, says Professor Saumitra Jha. http://stanford.io/1JBbXV4
A Stanford scholar explains why financial mechanisms could be useful to align diverse interests.
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Eriko Sekiya (MSx '15) reflects on her Stanford GSB experience:

"I think I gained an even more optimistic view on life. It’s okay to be controversial. It’s okay to be non-consensus. It’s okay to encounter conflicts. It’s okay to be different. Professors say, 'Savor surprise. Embrace failure. Learn from experience.'"

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For some industries, sharing information with competitors can help consumers. New research from Professor Pedro Gardete: http://stanford.io/1KOPfWX
Information-sharing can help better predict market ups and downs.
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Perhaps the question needs to be "Should competitors HAVE to AND what types will not force unfair competition?"
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"Personal growth is not guaranteed with age; it is a product of reflection and actively trying to improve every day." –Ashley Prince (MBA '15)

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absolutely correct! :-D
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Sports teams must have a thirst for innovation in order to compete in the 21st century. Read top takeaways from the 2015 Stanford GSB Sports Innovation Conference – including the importance of thinking about a team's future fan base: http://stanford.io/1KA0Jhk
At Stanford GSB’s Sports Innovation Conference, technology took the spotlight.
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During her View From the Top talk yesterday at Stanford GSB, former executive editor of The New York Times Jill Abramson discussed the power of narrative. Read more of her thoughts on the future of journalism: http://stanford.io/1ekX2lk ‪#‎GSBvftt‬
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But, maybe not so much in the field of grave digging.  Why I recall that Dickens loved to write about grave diggers, but the grave diggers he wrote about did fine without being able to write a narrative, and it was Dickens himself who did the narrating.
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On building a business: "You can’t do it alone. Find people you want to work with and advisers you respect." –CEO of logistics software company Onfleet Khaled Naim (MBA ’13) http://stanford.io/1PRQRk7
The founder of a logistics software company discusses creativity, the Middle East, and the best path to decision making.
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"What is it that you're not doing because of fear of failure?" asked Yubing Zhang (MBA '16) during her ‪#‎TEDxStanford‬ talk this evening. "Life begins at the edge of your comfort zone." http://stanford.io/1KeZ43A
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Nancy, you can see it here: https://tedx.stanford.edu/
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Tip for building a great business, from Coffee Meets Bagel Cofounder Dawoon Kang (MBA '09): "Iterate fast." http://stanford.io/1PjxKV7
The cofounder of an online matchmaking service discusses the value of teamwork, rapid iteration, and perseverance.
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3 pieces of advice for getting into sports management, from San Francisco 49ers President Paraag Marathe (MBA ‘04): http://stanford.io/1zGypsF
The Stanford GSB alumnus talks team analytics, salary caps, and the untapped potential for virtual reality.
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Finding what you enjoy doing is more important than strategically seeking out what career will make you the most money, advised Mitt Romney during his recent talk at Stanford GSB. http://stanford.io/1bY852h
The former presidential candidate discussed his leadership style with the Stanford GSB community.
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I waited tables to this man, daily during the 2002 Olympics..... He dug his own campain grave he is a disappointment and I am deleting Stanford School of Business out of my address. I am disgusted. 
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