Stanford Executive Briefings

   
David Aaker
Vice Chairman, Prophet, and Professor Emeritus, Haas School of Business
Jennifer Aaker
Professor of Marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Brand Race: How to Rise Above the Competition
Creating Infectious Action : How to Make Ideas Take Flight
Daniel P. Amos
Chairman and CEO, AFLAC
Deborah Ancona
Seley Distinguished Professor of Management; Behavioral and Policy Sciences, MIT
People-First Management : Creating a Culture of Trust
X-Teams: Extroverted Teams That Lead and Innovate
George Anders
Author and Founding Writer, Bloomberg View
Susan Athey
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Mining Talent : How to Get Beyond the Ordinary to Find the Truly Extraordinary
E-Economics: Demystifying Bitcoin
Jeremy Bailenson
Associate Professor, Dept. of Communication, Stanford University
William Barnett
Professor, Graduate School of Business, Stanford University
Infinite Reality - Revealing the Blueprints of our Virtual Lives
Sustainability Matters : Business Strategies for Environmental Leadership
William P. Barnett
Professor of Strategic Management and Organizational Behavior, Stanford University
James Baron
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Red Queen Competition: A Dynamic View of Strategy
Building Personal Networks
Colleen Barrett
President, Southwest Airlines
John R. (Rick) Berthold
President, The Altos Group; Academic Director, Stanford Managerial Excellence Program
What Drives Phenomenal Success?
The Search for Life After Planning: How to Build Strategies That Get Implemented
Steve Blank
Author and Co-Founder, E.Piphany
Andy Boynton
Dean, Boston College’s Carroll School of Management
How to Think Like a Start-Up Leader
Idea Hunting: Key Principles for Spawning Great Ideas
David Bradford
Senior Lecturer, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Scott Brady
CEO, FiberTower
Building a Feedback-Positive Organization
Building a Feedback-Positive Organization
Tim Brown
President and CEO, IDEO
Laura Carstensen
Professor, Stanford University
Director, Stanford Center on Longevity
Strategy by Design: How Design Thinking Builds Opportunities
Preparing for Long Life in the 21st Century
Ed Catmull
President, Walt Disney and Pixar Animation Studios
Safra Catz
Oracle Corporation
Creativity: The Pixar Process
Rapid Transformation
Jennifer Chatman
Professor, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Clayton Christensen
Professor, Harvard Business School
Implementing Strategy: Managing Through Organizational Culture
The Opportunity and Threat of Disruptive Technologies
Robert Cialdini
Regents' Professor, Arizona State University
Patrick Cleary
President and CEO, National Assn. of Professional Employer Organizations
The Power of Persuasion
Skills, Techniques, and Strategies for Effective Negotiations
Doug Conant
CEO, ConantLeadership.com, Former CEO Campbell Soup Co.
Jay Conger
Professor of Leadership, Claremont McKenna College
The Art of Leadership - One Touchpoint at a Time
Leveraging the Spotlight of Leadership: What Every Leader Should Know
Shelley J. Correll
Director, Layman Institute & Professor of Sociology, Stanford University
Rob Cross
Professor of Management, University of Virginia
Minimizing Gender Biases in the Workplace
Leading in a Connected World
George Day
George Day, Professor of Marketing, Co-director of the Mack Center for Technological Innovation, University of Pennsylvania
David Demarest
Vice President for Public Affairs, Stanford University
The Risk Matrix: How to Strategically Manage Innovation, Risk and Reward
Strategic Decision-Making
David DeWalt
President and CEO, McAfee, Inc.
Carol Dweck
Professor, Stanford University
Seven Principles for Building Successful Businesses
Mindset, Motivation and Leadership
Richard Edelman
President & CEO, Edelman
Kathleen Eisenhardt
Co-director of Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Managing Trust Through Transparent Leadership
Simple Rules: Thriving in a Complex World
Frank Flynn
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Bill Gates
Chairman and Chief Software Architect, Microsoft Corporation
Judging Talent
Bill Gates in Conversation with Stanford President John Hennessy
Pat Gelsinger
CEO, VMware
Isaac Getz
ESCP Europe Business School
Leadership Lessons Learned the Hard Way
Liberating Leadership : How to Build a Radical Freedom-of-Initiative Organization
Jon Gordon
Author, The Energy Bus
Deborah Gruenfeld
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Building a Winning Team
The Psychology of Power
Deborah Gruenfeld
Stanford Graduate School of Business
Anil Gupta
PhD, Professor of Strategy and Organization, Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
Acting with Power
Leveraging China and India for Global Advantage
Dr. Gary Hamel
Chairman, Strategos
Gary Hamel
Visiting Professor, London Business School & Director, Management Innovation eXchange (MIX)
Creating the Future
Revolutionary Leadership
Doug Harris
Managing Director and Leader, The Kaleidoscope Group
James Healy
President and CEO, LogicVision Inc.
Getting the Best from Others
Strategies for Selling
Linda Hill
Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
James Hollingshead, PhD
Senior Partner, Monitor Group
Leadership for Innovation: How to Create Collective Genius
Finding Untapped Growth in Existing Markets
Ron Howard
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Tony Hsieh
CEO, Zappos
Why Don't We Naturally Make Good Decisions?
Happiness Matters : Creating a Culture for Business to Thrive
Jay Jackman
Psychiatrist and Human Resources Consultant
Roberta Katz
Associate Vice President of Strategic Planning, Stanford University
Fear of Feedback
Change Management and Strategic Planning
David Kelley
Professor, Stanford University, and Founder, IDEO
Carol Kinsey Goman, PhD
President, Kinsey Consulting
Creative Confidence: How to Drive Innovation in Yourself and Others
How to Manage People Through Continuous Change
Jim Kouzes
Executive Fellow, Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Leavey School of Business, Santa Clara University
Harry Kraemer
Professor, Northwestern University; Executive Partner, Madison Dearborn Partners
A Leader's Legacy
The Values-Based Leader
Joel Kurtzman
Chairman, The Kurtzman Group
A.G. Lafley
Former Chairman and CEO, Procter & Gamble
Common Purpose: Getting From Me to We
Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works
Edward Lawler
Professor, University of Southern California
Lara Lee
Chief Innovation and Operating Officer, Continuum
Built to Change: How to Achieve Sustained Organizational Effectiveness
Customer-Centric Innovation
Paul Leinwand
Adjunct Professor of Strategy, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
Alec Levenson
Senior Research Scientist, University of Southern California
Capabilities-Driven Strategy
Managing the Millennials
Raymond Levitt
Professor, Stanford University School of Engineering
Charlene Li
Founder, Altimeter Group
Executing Your Strategy: How to Break It Down and Get It Done
Creating Winning Social Media Strategies
Ann Livermore
Hewlett-Packard Co
Thomas Lys
Professor, Northwestern University
Rapid Transformation
Getting (More of) What You Want: Negotiating Deals Big and Small
Roger L. Martin
Dean, Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto
Don Maruska
CEO, Don Maruska & Company, Inc.
Playing to Win: How Strategy Really Works
How Great Decisions Get Made
Christina Maslach
Professor, University of California, Berkeley
Phil McKinney
VP, CTO, Personal Systems Group Hewlett-Packard Co
Preventing Burnout in Your Organization
Garage-Based Innovation
Lloyd Minor
Dean, Stanford University School of Medicine
Cynthia Montgomery
Professor of Business Administration & Director of Research, Harvard Business School
Authentic Leadership
Strategy and the Purpose-Driven Leader
Chunka Mui
Fellow, Diamond Management & Technology Consultants, Inc.
Tom Nagle
Chairman and CEO, Strategic Pricing Group
Billion-Dollar Lessons: What You Can Learn from Business Failures
Don't Just Set Prices: Manage Them Strategically
Margaret Neale
Professor of Organizations and Dispute Resolution, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Margaret Neale
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Negotiation: Myths, Misperceptions and Damned Lies
The Stanford Video Guide to Negotiating
Winners (Don't) Take All: The Difficult Task of Creating and Claiming Value in Negotiation
Margaret Neale
Professor, Stanford University
Charles O'Reilly III
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Getting (More of) What You Want: Negotiating Deals Big and Small
How Great Companies Achieve Extraordinary Results with Ordinary People
Paul Oyer
Professor of Economics, Stanford University
Susan Packard
Co-founder and former COO of HGTV, Scripps Network Interactive
Leveraging What Small Business Knows
Three Keys to Becoming a Great Leader
Terry Pearce
President, Leadership Communication
Jeffrey Pfeffer
Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford Graduate School of Business
The Mastery of Speaking as a Leader
Power: How to Get It, Use It, and Keep It
Leadership BS: Fixing Workplaces One Truth at a Time
Todd Pierce
VP, Corporate IT, Genentech
Jim Plummer
Dean of Engineering, Stanford University
The Adaptive Organization
Creative Confidence: How to Drive Innovation in Yourself and Others
Bill Price
President, Driva Solutions; Co-Founder, LimeBridge
Jim Quigley
CEO, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Ltd.
The Best Service is No Service
Collective Leadership : How to Unleash Productivity, Potential and Power of Purpose
Hayagreeva Rao
Professor, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Carole Robin
Lecturer, Organizational Behavior, Stanford University
Building the Market-Focused Culture
Influence : How to Build Effective Relationships and Allies
Richard Roi, Ed.D.
Partner, Crawford International
Richard Rumelt
UCLA Anderson School of Management
The Adaptive Organization
Intelligent Strategy
Garth Saloner
Dean, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Robert Sapolsky
Professor of Neurology, Neurological Sciences, Neurosurgery Stanford University
The Business of Change
Why Zebras Don't Get Ulcers
Tina Seelig
Director of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program
Tina Seelig
Executive Director, Stanford Technology Ventures Program
The Invention Cycle: How Imagination Leads to Entrepreneurship
The Innovation Engine
Baba Shiv
Professor of Marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Roger Siboni
Chairman of the Board of Directors, E.piphany
Emotion vs. Analytics : Decision Making and the Biased Brain
Organizing Your Business Around the Customer
Itamar Simonson
Professor of Marketing, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Peter Sims
Author of Little Bets
The Changing Landscape of Marketing
Getting from Little Bets to Big Breakthroughs
Brad Smith
President and CEO, Intuit Inc.
Myra Strober
Professor, Stanford School of Education
Strategy for Transformational Change
Fear of Feedback
Robert Sutton
Professor of Management Science and Engineering, Stanford University
Robert Sutton
Professor, Stanford Engineering School
Good Boss, Bad Boss: How to Master the Art of Leadership
Scaling Up Excellence
Hard Facts, Dangerous Half Truths, and Total Nonsense: Profiting from Evidence-Based Management
Jeffrey Swartz
President and CEO, Timberland Company
Tara VanDerveer
Director & Head Coach, Women's Basketball, Stanford University
Doing Well and Doing Good: Corporate Social Responsibility as a Profit Generator
Coaching a Winning Team
Greg Walton
Associate Professor of Psychology
Ed Whitacre
Former chairman & CEO, AT&T and GM
Diversity: Helping Outsiders Become Insiders
Reinventing the Way We Do Business
Amy Wilkinson
Lecturer, Stanford Graduate School of Business
Liz Wiseman
President, The Wiseman Group
Six Skills of High-Scale Entrepreneurs
Rookie Smarts: Reclaim Your Competitive Edge
Christopher Worley
Research Scientist, University of Southern California
Kit Yarrow
Professor of Psychology & Marketing, Golden Gate University
Built to Change: How to Achieve Sustained Organizational Effectiveness
Gen Y Decoded : Insights and Tactics for Leaders
David B. Yoffie
Professor, Harvard Business School
Steve Young
Managing Director & Cofounder, Huntsman Gay Global Capital, NFL Hall of Fame Quarterback
Judo Strategy
Leadership Lessons from the Gridiron
Jack Zenger, PhD
Cofounder and CEO, Zenger Folkman
George Zimmer
Founder, Chairman of the Board, and CEO, The Men's Wearhouse, Inc.
The Exceptional Leader: Action Steps for Leadership Formation
How Leaders Boost Productivity
The Inspiring Leader
Leading by Example : Organizational Success Through Reciprocal Altruism

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