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  • – Business and Policy Leader Events

    The Path Forward: Chiptotle’s Vision for its Future Food Ecosystem

    February 28, 2017
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    NYU Stern’s Center for Sustainable Business will welcome Steve Ells, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Chipotle Mexican Grill, on Feb. 28 for an event titled “The Path Forward: Chiptotle’s Vision for its Future Food Ecosystem”. The discussion, which will be led by Professor Tensie Whelan, will center around the company’s efforts to better food, prepared from whole, unprocessed ingredients is accessible to everyone.
  • ExEd4
    This program is for general and functional business managers who interact regularly with the firm’s finance area; managers who make business decisions that affect the firm’s financial results, or are impacted by financial models; and financial analysts and investors who would like to understand how to interpret the data in financial statements to assess a firm's future prospects and value.
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    Excerpt from the Harvard Business Review -- "A classic finding in the psychology literature is the Dunning-Kruger effect (named after David Dunning and Justin Kruger, who first described it): Poor performers in a domain are more prone to overestimate their ability than good performers. Why? Poor performers are unaware of the many elements that go into expert performance, and thus they are overly confident in their ability to carry out all of the tasks necessary to succeed."
  • – Business and Policy Leader Events

    Ragy Thomas, CEO and Founder of Sprinklr, Joins MBAs for Langone Speaker Series

    February 24, 2017
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    Ragy Thomas, CEO and Founder of Sprinklr, will join MBA students and alumni for a 2016-2017 Speaker Series event.
  • – Research Center Events

    13th Annual NYU/Penn Conference on Law and Finance

    February 24, 2017
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    The 13th Annual NYU/Penn Conference on Law and Finance, co-sponsored by New York University’s Pollack Center for Law & Business and the University of Pennsylvania’s Institute for Law and Economics, will be held on February 24-25.
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    Excerpt from the Harvard Business Review -- "There's a huge difference between connectivity, or the potential for connectedness, and actual levels of connectedness. And the actual levels are way lower than the technological constraints might lead us to expect."
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    In response to an increasing demand on dentists to manage both patient care and the business of dentistry, New York University’s College of Dentistry (NYU Dentistry) and its Stern School of Business have created a dual degree DDS/Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.  
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    NYU Stern's Center for Real Estate Finance Research will host a panel on real estate and technology on February 23.
  • ExecEd2
    This program is designed to upgrade existing communication skills and is therefore relevant for anyone at a managerial or executive level.
  • – Research Center Events

    Trust Factor: The Science of Creating High-Performing Companies

    February 23, 2017
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    On February 23, The Aspen Institute, in partnership with the NYU Stern Business & Society Program, will host a conversation with two of America's leading experts in psychology -- Professor Paul Zak and Professor Jonathan Haidt. 
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    Excerpt from The Wall Street Journal -- "Bankers are pitching the Snap IPO as the greatest tech offering since Facebook. Mr. Damodaran is skeptical. 'Bankers don’t value companies, they price them,' Mr. Damodaran said. Snap will be no Facebook, he says, but if it’s any consolation, he believes it will be more successful than Twitter."
  • – Research Center Events

    15th Annual NYU Venture Showcase

    February 22, 2017
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    NYU Stern's W. R. Berkley Innovation Lab will welcome NYU alumni, angel investors, venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and industry innovators to the 15th Annual New Venture Showcase.
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    Excerpt from The Telegraph -- "As Alter illustrates, a mere six ingredients lie behind most truly addictive experiences: goal setting, feedback, progress, escalation, cliffhangers, and social interaction. Think of the things you keep coming back to, for good or ill – running with your FitBit, watching Breaking Bad, browsing Facebook – and you’ll find one or more of these. Combine them all, as in a Massively Multiplayer Online Game like World of Warcraft, and to the right person at the right time they really can become irresistible."
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    Four New York University faculty have been awarded fellowships from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation: Jayeeta Basu, an assistant professor at NYU School of Medicine; Johannes Stroebel, an associate professor at NYU Stern School of Business; Nicolas Tritsch, an assistant professor in the Neuroscience Institute at NYU School of Medicine; and Daniel Turner, an assistant professor in NYU’s Department of Chemistry.
  • – Student Club Events

    2017 Latin American Business Conference

    February 21, 2017
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    On Friday, February 24, the Latin American Business Associations (LABA) of NYU Stern and Columbia Business School – along with the Young Professionals of the Americas (YPA), an initiative of the Americas Society/Council of the Americas – will host their second annual joint conference.
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    Excerpt from DNA India -- "Uniqlo is one of the fastest-growing retailers in the industry. The brand, owned by Japan's Fast Retailing, is known for its colorful basics and scientific approach to clothing. In a report for New York University's Stern Center For Business and Human Rights, Sarah Labowitz and Dorothee Baumann-Pauly have clearly mentioned, how Uniqlo fosters relationships with suppliers and how it contributes significantly towards its success. Uniqlo 'calls its suppliers "partners," and goes so far as to place technical experts in supplier facilities to act as trainers and coaches to improve production,' Labowitz and Baumann-Pauly write. This lead to added trust in the relationship, as evidenced by this anecdote."


     
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    Excerpt from the Financial Times -- "Conscious capitalism still sees the firm as the basic economic unit. New York University business professor Arun Sundararajan, by contrast, focuses on the crowd. Crowd-based capitalism, which he outlines in The Sharing Economy, is the 21st-century version of village life, in which people engage in commercial transactions with peers, bolstered by trust generated by intertwined social networks. Digital platforms expand the village to encompass cities; blockchain technologies create trust at scale; individuals support themselves as small-scale entrepreneurs, like craftspeople and merchants of old."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "'We are in a trust spiral,' said Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist at New York University. 'My fear is that we have reached escape velocity where the actions of each side can produce such strong reactions on the other that things will continue to escalate.'"
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    Excerpt from Luxury Daily -- "'As the brand pushes forward, it is prudent to prepare the consumers for what is coming,' said Thomaï Serdari, Ph.D., founder of PIQLuxury, co-editor of Luxury: History Culture Consumption and adjunct professor of luxury marketing at New York University, New York."
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    Using Wikipedia as a case study, NYU Stern Professor Hila Lifshitz-Assaf and co-authors demonstrate how open-innovation organizations organically develop work flows that ensure stable production, despite the lack of pre-defined procedures, established rules or roles. 
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    Excerpt from Bloomberg View -- "Baumol’s cost disease is a name for the tendency of costs to rise in slow-growth sectors as fast-growth sectors become more productive. As we learn better ways to make things like iPhones and TVs, the economy becomes wealthier. So we’re willing to pay more for services like back massages, string orchestras and university lectures. But because those services require the same amounts of labor as they did before, their costs rise as rich people pay the same workers more and more for the same old service."
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    Excerpt from the Miami Herald -- "Then came the gorgeous gift book 'Hamilton: The Illustrated Biography' by Richard Sylla."
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    Excerpt from Poets & Quants -- "In 2013, New York University’s Stern School of Business unveiled a master’s degree in business analytics, and in that time schools from Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business to the University of Chicago’s Booth School of Business to business schools at Michigan State, Arizona State University, and the University of Rochester have revamped or announced graduate degrees, undergraduate minors, or MBA emphases in big data. Now, data science is rapidly becoming one of the most popular business majors at universities that offer the degree."
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    Excerpt from Clear Admit -- "The record fundraising efforts Henry led also helped to almost triple the number of experiential projects Stern students can take part in, propelled a first-of-its-kind FinTech MBA specialization, established the unique Urbanization Project directed by Stern Professor Paul Romer, and paved the way for new centers like the Center for Business and Human Rights and the Center for Sustainable Business, also both firsts for a leading business school. Henry has also worked to both widen and deepen the school’s relationships with tech companies, venture capital firms and fashion and luxury brands."
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    Excerpt from The New York Times -- "'It may well be the mayor will be riding a wave rather than generating a wave,' Lawrence J. White, a professor at New York University’s Stern School of Business. 'Doing things around the edges to help probably helps, but it’s going to be hard at the end of the day to know, did it really make a difference?'"