Jeffrey Sonnenfeld commented on the death of Ken Lay on CBS, NBC, CNBC, ROB-TV; Time Warner CFO Wayne Pace on CNBC; whether Jack Welch’s management lesson still work today on CNBC; succession at Microsoft on CNBC and
Will Goetzmann discussed art and collectibles as assets in a financial portfolio in Wealth Magazine, published by Northern Trust Bank. He said, "Whenever you have, say, 10% of your wealth in any asset class, it's going to change the way the other assets are allocated. All portfolios are an organic whole where the correlations across the assets are really important."
Bruce Judson discussed why the start-up successes of Silicon Valley have been elusive abroad in USA Today. He said culture plays a big role. "A flourishing entrepreneurial economy requires a culture that values individualism, does not penalize people for trying and failing, and assumes individuals will work at many companies throughout their careers."
New Haven, Conn., July 14, 2006—Garry Brewer, the Frederick K. Weyerhaeuser Professor of Resource Policy and Management at the Yale School of Management (SOM) and Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies (FES), has been named a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science.
New Haven, Conn., July 13, 2006 - The Yale School of Management's core curriculum reform is the subject of the July installment of the Wall Street Journal's monthly M.B.A. Track column. In the article, which focuses on the multidisciplinary nature of the new first-year curriculum, columnist Ron Alsop writes, "Other schools are taking steps toward a more integrated curriculum, too, but not on the scale of Yale's bold revision."