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People who work well together are at the core of most successful organizations. Professor Daniel McFarland explores the secret to a happy collaboration: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/headlines/daniel-mcfarland-what-is-secret-happy-collaboration

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People who work well together are at the core of most successful organizations. Professor Daniel McFarland explores the secret to a happy collaboration: http://www.gsb.stanford.edu/news/headlines/daniel-mcfarland-what-is-secret-happy-collaboration

Date: 25 Sep, 2014
Tags: collaboration

What Makes a Great Product Manager? 10 Product Experts Weigh In

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As a follow up to our collection of Product Management Tools last week, we asked 10 product pros in the PH community what it takes to be a great product manager. Here’s what they had to say:

A good PM is a scientist, armchair psychologist, and janitor in cross functional teams. Ever…
Date: 25 Sep, 2014
Tags: product management

8 Ways to Maximize Your Creativity at Work

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Giving to others and orienting yourself to a larger purpose can result in more creativity and enhanced work performance. –Professor Jennifer Aaker
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Trusting employees with the freedom and resources to excel leads to…

"Constructive disagreements at work can cut down on mistakes and be a source of creativity." – Lecturer David Bradford

Date: 31 Aug, 2014
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Alan Chiu, Partner at XSeed Capital, applying technology innovations to other opportunities. http://j.mp/1rNEXAr via Rockefeller Foundation and d.school

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Alan Chiu, Partner at XSeed Capital, applying technology innovations to other opportunities. http://j.mp/1rNEXAr via Rockefeller Foundation and d.school
Date: 30 Jul, 2014
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Stanford Graduate School of Business PhD student & XSeed Capital Fellow Bella Rozenkrants bridging industry & academia: http://stnfd.biz/wXs1F
Date: 23 May, 2014
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Computers and Wages (The Great Divergence)

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As I argued in my last post, there is good reason to believe that computers are substitutes for labor in general. Their apparent complementarity with skilled labor was the result of substituting skilled labor for unskilled labor rather than being based on a fundamental technological…

How should income be determined 50 years out?

Date: 23 May, 2014
Tags: inequality
Date: 23 May, 2014
Tags: ​stanfordbusiness change
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"I used to think that leaving a legacy meant those you left behind mourned your departure and yearned for your return. But I’ve come to learn that if I’ve truly done my job as a ‘leader of leaders,’ leaving a legacy will mean that no one even notices I’m gone." –Eric Tsytsylin (MBA ‘14)View more student portraits and reflections → http://stnfd.biz/wc3mE #gsbinthemoment

stanfordbusiness:

"I used to think that leaving a legacy meant those you left behind mourned your departure and yearned for your return. But I’ve come to learn that if I’ve truly done my job as a ‘leader of leaders,’ leaving a legacy will mean that no one even notices I’m gone." –Eric Tsytsylin (MBA ‘14)

View more student portraits and reflections → http://stnfd.biz/wc3mE #gsbinthemoment

Date: 01 May, 2014
Tags: stanfordbusinesslegacy
Most people think of design as making something pretty or cool, but design is about how something makes you feel, it’s a way of connecting with a product on an emotional level. - John Maeda
Date: 09 Apr, 2014
Tags: design