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Amy Jen Su (MBA 1997) is managing director at executive coaching firm Paravis Partners, and she’s been hearing some consistent themes in the trenches these days. Increasingly, her clients tell her, they are facing a serious time crunch while, at the same time, their organizations are becoming more global and complex. And these pressures, coupled wi…
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CEO Kim Lopdrup on what it takes to turn around an iconic brand—and why sustainability is mission critical for the seafood giant. Transcript available at: https://www.alumni.hbs.edu/stories/Pages/story-bulletin.aspx?num=7167Harvard University による
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Patrick McGinnis, who coined the term “fear of missing out,” on how it increasingly drives our personal and professional lives—and how we can manage itTranscript: https://www.alumni.hbs.edu/stories/Pages/story-bulletin.aspx?num=7072Harvard University による
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Entrepreneur DJ DiDonna says sabbaticals in Japan and Mauritius brought critical perspective to his personal and professional life. Now he’s working with researchers to show how extended time away from the daily grind can pay off for both workers and employers.Transcript: https://www.alumni.hbs.edu/stories/Pages/story-bulletin.aspx?num=6951…
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Rich Horgan is on an urgent mission to save his brother—and he might just revolutionize drug development along the way.Transcript: https://www.alumni.hbs.edu/stories/Pages/story-bulletin.aspx?num=6897Harvard University による
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Lindsay Ronga suffered from a severe eating disorder for seven years before eventually finding a path to successful recovery. Now, as a recovery coach, she wants to let people know that they are not alone—and there are other treatment options.Harvard University による
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McDonald's executive Kristy Cunningham, who helped lead the company's wildly successful all-day breakfast initiative, talks about what the global icon learned from the experience — and what it taught her about herself.Harvard University による
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Former energy executive Jules Kortenhorst (MBA 1986) reflects on how global political shifts—and a long walk in the South African bush—ultimately led him to become CEO of the Rocky Mountain Institute, a global think tank focused on sustainability.Harvard University による
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