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Bruce Judson’s Ideas for “Extreme Outsourcing” Featured in Forbes

October 26th, 2005

Bruce Judson was interviewed on Forbes.com about his experience with “extreme outsourcing”—outsourcing every function except the core skill that creates value in your business.

Alumni Fund Class Agents: Setting a High Standard of Giving at Yale SOM

October 26th, 2005

Yale School of Management Alumni Fund Class Agents are leading the way in raising increased support for the school’s Alumni Fund.

Jonathan Gorham ’86 Creates “Buzz” for Restoration of Mystic Seaport’s Charles W. Morgan, the Last Surviving Wooden Whaling Ship in the World

October 25th, 2005

The Charles W. Morgan, the last surviving wooden whaling ship in the world that serves as the symbol of Mystic Seaport, is about to undergo a $3.5 million three-year restoration that will bring the 164-year-old ship back to its full glory.

Amin Ladak, EPH ’01 in Health Management, Appointed Principal at Seaflower Ventures

October 24th, 2005

Amin Ladak, EPH ’01 in Health Management, has been appointed Principal at Seaflower Ventures, a venture capital group focused on early-stage biomedical investing.

Jeffrey Garten on Contraband Traffickers, Wall Street Pollyannas

October 21st, 2005

Jeffrey Garten’s latest BusinessWeek Economic Viewpoint column deals with illegal trade.

Ed Kaplan Appointed to National Academy of Sciences Panel on Improvised Explosive Devices

October 21st, 2005

Ed Kaplan has been appointed to a National Academy of Sciences panel charged with determining the basic research needed to interrupt the delivery chain of Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs).

Victor Vroom Helps Pick America’s Best Leaders for U.S. News

October 21st, 2005

Victor Vroom delivered a speech to the faculty of McGill and Concordia universities titled "Where Research Becomes Teaching: A New Measure of Leadership Style."

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld Wins Academy of Management Executive Best Article Award

October 21st, 2005

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld received the Academy of Management Executive 2005 Best Article Award for his paper “Good Governance and the Misleading Myths of Bad Metrics.” He chaired a panel entitled “Social Responsibility and the Future of the Modern Gl

Paul Bracken Delivers Talk on “Democracy and Big Business”

October 21st, 2005

Paul Bracken was one of several Yale faculty to speak at a conference hosted by the Yale University Club of Mexico.

Joel Podolny’s Status Signals Reviewed in The Economist

October 21st, 2005

From the review: "Mr. Podolny is a very high-status academic. Read his book for its interesting ideas, but hope also that some of his status might leak your way in the process."