Fireside Chat with George Cheeks and Professor Paul Hardart
George Cheeks is the president and Chief Executive Officer of CBS, as well as Chief Content Officer, News and Sports, Paramount+. Moderated by Professor Paul Hardart.
Business Topics: Entertainment, Media, Leadership, Marketing, and Strategy
Key Findings from the DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021 Update
Information from the DHL Global Connectedness Index 2021 Update report, co-authored by Steven A. Altman and Caroline Bastian. Steven A. Altman, Senior Research Scholar and Director of the DHL Initiative on Globalization at NYU Stern's Center for the Future of Management.
Bringing Back NYC: Taking Steps to Bring Back the Crowds
Alia Jones Harvey (MBA '03), Nicole Kankam (MBA '05), and Jamie Kelleher (MBA '08) discuss the opportunities, threats and branding around bringing back large scale events and mass gatherings to NYC and what the new “normal” will look like for success, moderated by professor Paul Hardart.
Prof Amy Webb
Professor Amy Webb presented a live virtual lecture entitled "Strategic Foresight: How to Tell Signals from Noise", conversation was moderated by Professor Julian Yeo.
Prof Joost van Dreunen
Professor Joost van Dreunen presented a live virtual lecture entitled "Video Games & the Future of Entertainment" on May 3. The conversation was moderated by Professor Julian Yeo.
Reimagining Your Future in this New Reality
Presented by Stern Women in Business. During this interactive session, participants reflected on key learnings that emerged from life and work during the pandemic in order to plan for how they will renew and return in the year(s) to come as a part of Reunion 2021 programming.
Strategy Reboot: Here's What I Was Wrong About
Sonia Marciano, NYU Stern clinical professor of management & organizations, in a compelling conversation about strategy development frameworks and whether or not they can actually help us interpret the past and anticipate the future as a part of Reunion 2021 programming.
Starting the Engine: A Post-Pandemic View into the Entertainment, Media and Technology Industry
A panel discussion on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the entertainment and media industry and what may be expected as we approach Summer and Fall, as well as what we can expect in the future of this new space as a part of Reunion 2021 programming.
SternShorts: Direct-to-Consumer Model
Professor Paul Hardart, explains the future of the direct-to-consumer model in the entertainment industry.
Giving Back & Gaining Experience: How to Join a Nonprofit Board
A panel discussion on how to get involved with nonprofit boards.
Globalization Beyond 2020: Time for a Reset?
This panel discussion examines how the events in 2020 have impacted international business, and will discuss their implications for years to come.
The Coddling of the American Mind
Professor Jonathan Haidt discusses ideas from his latest book.
Working Motherhood Panel
Stern alumnae discuss transitioning into working motherhood, hosted by the Office of Career Development and the SWIB Alumnae Group.
The Importance and Risks of Globalization
Professor and vice dean of Executive Programs Robert Salomon discusses the challenges of global expansion at NYU Stern Reunion 2019.
The Algebra of Happiness
Professor Scott Galloway discusses his latest book with Stephanie Ruhle, MSNBC anchor and NBC News correspondent.
The Chickenshit Club
Author Jesse Eisinger discusses his new book and argues that the failure to prosecute white collar crime is a threat to democracy.
The Impact of Strategic Communication
Professor Diane Lennard shares findings from her book Strategic Communication at Work: The Impact Paradigm.
The Person You Mean to Be
Professor Dolly Chugh on her book, which offers evidence-based advice on fighting inequality for yourself and becoming a better advocate for others.
The Leadership of Top Tech Firms
Professor Scott Galloway discusses Microsoft as the most valuable firm in the US, the leadership of Facebook and more in this installment of Winners & Losers.