Stanford Business

Stanford Business

@StanfordGSB

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Business research, insights, & ideas from Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Stanford, California, USA
Joined on December 02, 2008
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @StanfordGSB and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
7 hours
Average replies
1
Average retweets
8
Average likes
19
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
5 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

10. in country United States and category Education

36. in category Education

256. in country United States and category Society

“I never thought it would become my life’s work, but it has.” Mike Smith, MBA ’86, shares about the AIDS Memorial Quilt and how the project has grown larger than he ever imagined. https://t.co/HJ6dT5veaf

Clearly communicating your thoughts can be hard enough, but how about in a language other than your native tongue? This episode of ‘Think Fast, Talk Smart’ shares specific tactics non-native speakers can use. https://t.co/g0030JDcbR

How we communicate has everything to do with the culture we grew up in. And to communicate better, we need to see the influence of that culture—not just on our own communication, but also on how we perceive others. https://t.co/RecRzlYcR9

MBA students developed Project Firesafe, a revolutionary new risk-assessment tool to help fire-fighters focus resources during active incidents as part of the Stanford Data Science Continuation Prize. Learn more: https://t.co/jnhlzd9aA4

Even Zoom CEO Eric Yuan, SEP ’06, admits he gets “Zoom fatigue” sometimes. Learn what drives him forward both personally and professionally. https://t.co/e36sEyajck

Can we close the American wealth gap? At the Innovation for Shared Prosperity Conference, experts shared how new changes could lead to big improvements. https://t.co/ozdqIqhtIO

Could machine learning be better than forensic analysts at tracking down sex offenders? Professor Lawrence Wein’s research suggests that could be the case. https://t.co/NGdNlxTrHU

Erica Smith-Goetz MBA '20, in @FortuneMagazine, "Persistence, passion, and self-awareness are all abilities that look fundamentally different for Black founders because of their experiences with race." https://t.co/pQSdv36INe

Instead of arguing capitalism versus socialism, we really just need to design a system in which corporations can thrive without distorting the economy—or democracy itself. –Professor Anat Admati https://t.co/wtII7vIY31

It turns out, Himalayan mountaineering has a lot to teach us about business. One study explores how groupthink and top-down leadership work on a mountain—and in a startup. https://t.co/dEMZz0bIQ1

What is a company’s obligation to society? The question is relevant to businesses in the healthcare space, especially in the midst of a global pandemic. https://t.co/icPHWbDNB1 https://t.co/xZgBOuWQZn

Applications are open for pre-doctoral research fellowships at Stanford GSB, across multiple fields. Great opportunity between undergrad and PhD. https://t.co/lcixxecI43

What happens to xenophobia in a community that reaps the benefits of foreign investment? This new study explains. https://t.co/pF0DYszyd7

Research shows some Chinese banks have been influencing local bureaucrats with suspiciously luxuriant lines of credit. https://t.co/CYPVcXXawl

The globalization of business provides huge benefits, but also some major challenges. Lecturer Scotty McLennan explains why cultural differences are just the tip of the iceberg. https://t.co/VN45wvIq9q

If there’s one thing we’re all too certain of in 2020, it’s that nothing’s really certain. This can be frustrating, but as this podcast episode of ‘Think Fast, Talk Smart’ explains, you *can* stay flexible and keep moving forward. https://t.co/979nAL1ja5

We’re back to school @StanfordGSB It will be different, but maybe best year yet! We’ve designed games & warm calls to draw out students’ ideas. We’re reinventing education & will show you what coming together looks like in a year that has kept us apart!  #promise #inthistogether https://t.co/0861Y4ELwH

We’re back to school @StanfordGSB It will be different, but maybe best year yet! We’ve designed games & warm calls to draw out students’ ideas. We’re reinventing education & will show you what coming together looks like in a year that has kept us apart! #promise #inthistogether https://t.co/0861Y4ELwH

"Has the corporate sector become over-reliant on debt?" @anatadmati joins @FT on The New Social Contract, Friday 11am PST. https://t.co/UKZTbXyeg9

It’s important to be ready to field questions or pushback when giving a presentation. This podcast episode of Think Fast, Talk Smart explains how you can—without sounding defensive, evasive, or dismissive. https://t.co/3Z1dif1GLo

COVID-19 has given governments the two-for-one special of economic shock and humanitarian crisis. Responding to such a catastrophe with solid policy decisions has been difficult—but that’s about to change. https://t.co/c9RaXnamyR

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