Any large organization has multiple stakeholders with different needs. And a truly global business has to deal with tremendous variation in cultural and regulatory contexts. For example, in the U.S., per capita credit card penetration is 2.5–meaning there are more than 2 credit cards for each person in the country. In Saudi Arabia, where Islam forbids the use of credit, the penetration rate is .04. How can a company cope with exponentially increasing complexity as [...]

After a fairly grueling five months, recruiting season is OVER! At least, for us.  It started back in September with info sessions and networking events, and reached a fever pitch the past few weeks with an intense round of interviews, but Zach has now secured a great summer internship with a top consulting firm on the West Coast.  We really couldn’t be more excited!  This is part of why we chose Tuck– it has been [...]

Speaking as part of the Yale SOM Leaders Forum lecture series, Martha Samuelson YC ’76 advocated building a corporate culture that prioritizes high performance and career development.

Depends what The Big Question is. Yesterday Booth launched a new monthly video series, The Big Question. The series will feature Booth faculty and others in conversation about key issues of current interest. In part one of the launch edition, the panel includes Booth faculty Austan Goolsbee, Steven Kaplan and Randall Kroszner, as well as David Axelrod of the Institute of Politics, in a discussion about the US deficit. You can watch the video on [...]

I could write a post a week about all the fun exciting things going on at Tuck.  But in addition to all the Tuck love going on in the Hanover area, I think there’s something really special about this location: tucked away just enough that we can enjoy each other, these landscapes, and new experiences in a way that feels different than it would in any other place.  At least for us, being up here [...]

In an event watched live by students in the Global Network for Advanced Management, Ross described his firm’s decision to invest in the Bank of Ireland and other aspects of the European financial crisis.

With seven of the 10 fastest-growing economies in the world, Africa is an emerging market rife with challenges and opportunities. Faraimose Kutadzaushe, MBA 2013, is optimistic about the future. Despite the recent economic challenges in his native Zimbabwe, he recently wrote for a Poets and Quants article, “I witnessed a spirit of mirco-entrepreneurship develop. That spirit made me want to take part in restoring my country’s economy, even in some small, modest way. Those small [...]

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