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Stanford Graduate School of Business Facebook Page Statistics

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  • Radical change within your industry isn’t always a death sentence for your organization’s success. As General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra, MBA ’90 highlights, looking at change as an opportunity instead of a threat can make all the difference. Read more: https://stanford.io/2yCXJSy

      

  • It feels as though technology is hindering our ability to create meaningful human connection. As Olivia Papa, MBA ’18, points out, the more effort we put into expressing ourselves with consideration and detail, the easier it will be to turn technology into the positive tool it was intended to be.
 
This video is part of the LOWkeynotes program, consisting of student keynote presentations on ideas that change lives, organizations, and the world. Watch more LOWkeynotes here: https://stanford.io/LOWkeynotes

      

  • How do you leave a company you love? For Renee James, former president of Intel, it came down to asking herself one simple question, “What am I doing?!”

      

  • Is there more to sight than seeing? Guilherme Magalhaes, MS ’18, invites you to close your eyes and see for yourself.
 
This video is part of the LOWkeynotes program, consisting of student keynote presentations on ideas that change lives, organizations, and the world. Watch more LOWkeynotes here: https://stanford.io/LOWkeynotes

      

  • WHY TRADE IMPROVES LIFE FOR ALL

      

  • How do we go about evaluating our personal relationships as we grow and change? Animesh Agrawal, MBA '18, called into question his most valuable ones to find out.  #GSBmag | Catalyst
 
This video is part of the LOWkeynotes program, consisting of student keynote presentations on ideas that change lives, organizations, and the world. Watch more LOWkeynotes here: https://stanford.io/LOWkeynotes

      

  • Jill Abramson

      

  • IDENTIFY THE NEED

      

  • THINGS HAPPEN, LEARN TO DEAL

      

  • Big Box retail companies might not have all the appeal of the “unicorn” startups that many of us admire. However, a true innovator can see that older, less glamorous companies can still cater to our deepest professional desires. #GSBmag | Catalyst  
This video is part of the LOWkeynotes program, consisting of student keynote presentations on ideas that change lives, organizations, and the world. Watch more LOWkeynotes here: https://stanford.io/LOWkeynotes

      

  • INVEST IN SOLUTIONS FOR SOCIETY

      

  • In his progressive LOWKeynote, Michael O’Leary poses the question: Is social media more dangerous than junk food? All (empty) signals point to yes. #GSBmag | Catalyst
 
This video is part of the LOWkeynotes program, consisting of student keynote presentations on ideas that change lives, organizations, and the world. Watch more LOWkeynotes here https://stanford.io/LOWkeynotes

      

Radical change within your industry isn’t always a death sentence for your organization’s success. As General Motors Chairman and CEO Mary Barra, MBA ’90 highlights, looking at change as an opportunity instead of a threat can make all the difference. Read more: https://stanford.io/2yCXJSy

 

 

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