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As a CEO, you have to communicate the company's mission up, down, and sideways. "Part of that is telling the narrative," shared Nathan Hubbard (MBA ’04) during last night's ‪#‎StanfordIgnite‬ reunion. Read more of his leadership insights → http://stanford.io/1Kt4vwb
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Hiring the right team actually and we can agree our Presidents cabinet is not the right team quarterly
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Workplace analytics can transform how companies hire, evaluate, motivate, and retain employees. Read about "human resources’ big data moment," from Professor Harikesh Nair: http://stanford.io/1IisAEc Photo by Gabriela Hasbun
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Put me in to go to this school .but I have no 💰 . O wellllll 
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What books are on your summer reading list? Check out 7 recommendations from ‪#‎StanfordGSBAlumni‬ entrepreneurs → http://stanford.io/1QEP6fS
Top selections from alumni entrepreneurs around the world.
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“Widen the aperture on your camera. Use your peripheral vision. Be open to different sources of information,” shared investor, philanthropist and advanced energy advocate Tom Steyer (MBA ’83) during his address to the Stanford GSB Class of 2015. http://stanford.io/1BnoiK9 ‪#‎GSB15
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The concept is valid.
The garb distracts from the message. 
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We often fail with our goals because they are too big. We can't go from 0 to 100mph overnight. Andrew Rogier (MBA ’15) explains how we need a gradual approach – start small: http://stanford.io/1EBrXyB ‪#‎GSB15
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Well said and Great Job ANDREW ROGIER
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"As a journalist, I believe in the power of good stories, well told. As a business leader, I have learned to use great storytelling to achieve great outcomes. Customers, teammates, board members, shareholders – they all need to know your narrative. If you can align your message with your mission, you can inspire great things." –Monica Leas (MSx ’15) 

View more portraits and reflections from the Stanford GSB Class of 2015 → http://stanford.io/19RVMmF

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A roundup of top leadership lessons around communication, culture, and courage → http://stanford.io/1Jhu1nM from Stanford GSB faculty and guest speakers.
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A leader should business the business people around so that they business well.  Empower your leadership vision to get to the bleeding edge.
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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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Taking the risk of providing feedback shows the other person that you are invested in the relationship. Read tips for giving and receiving feedback → http://stanford.io/1MLTuUF
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“Winning teams pull together people with complementary strengths,” says XSeed Capital Partner Alan Chiu (MSx ’11). Read his takeaways on how engineering and business startup teammates can effectively and compassionately work together: http://stanford.io/1J6d2EV
“Winning teams pull together people with complementary strengths,” emphasized XSeed Capital Partner Alan Chiu (MSx ‘11) in a recent entrepreneurship talk at Stanford School of Engineering. Chiu shared advice for how engineering and business startup teammates can effectively and compassionately work together. Read top takeaways below: It takes a team to win. Focus on maximizing value creation. When starting off on building your product, aim t...
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Applications for the MBA Class of 2018 are now being accepted! 

The deadlines are:
Round 1: September 22, 2015
Round 2: January 12, 2016
Round 3: April 5, 2016

Learn more and get advice about the application process: 
http://stanford.io/1GgywrD
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In his remarks during the 2015 Stanford GSB graduation ceremony, Dean Garth Saloner spoke about aspirations, courage, and perspective.

View more ‪#‎GSB15‬ photos and insights: http://stanford.io/1FuCvBr
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