New Haven, Conn., May 30, 2006-This week's 53rd gathering of the Yale CEO Summit of The Chief Executive Leadership Institute will celebrate the historic closure of the traumatic Enron scandal's court verdict by examining the fair scope of responsibility assigned to the CEOs of modern global corporations. The conference, entitled "CEO Intervention: Modeling Accountability vs. Meddling Actions," takes place at the Yale Law School June 1-2, 2006.
New Haven, Conn., May 25, 2006—The book Status Signals: A Sociological Study of Market Competition by Dean Joel M. Podolny has been selected as a finalist for the George R. Terry Book Award. The award is given annually by the Academy of Management to recognize the book that has "made the most outstanding contribution to the advancement of management."
Seth Brown was recognized as the 5,000th graduate in the history of the Yale School of Management. But perhaps every member of the Class of 2006 deserves to be recognized. Below are short profiles of five of the potential 5,000th graduates.
New Haven, Conn., May 22, 2006—Two hundred and fifteen graduates received their MBA degrees today at the commencement exercises for the Yale School of Management Class of 2006. This year's class signifies a milestone in the history of the School: SOM matriculated its 5,000th graduate since its founding in 1976.
New Haven, Conn.—On May 4-6, top marketing scholars and practitioners from the U.S. and Europe attended the 2nd Annual Collaborative & Multidisciplinary Research Conference sponsored by the Yale Center for Customer Insights (YCCI) and the Marketing Science Institute.