Improving Healthcare During COVID-19 through Analytics
How can we use data and models to predict trends, improve care, and better manage the spread of diseases?
From Facebook to the boardroom, both corporations and individuals are called on to be our “authentic” selves, but what does authenticity really mean and why is it so powerful?
Professor Michael Slepian discusses his latest research on how to foster feelings of inclusion, belonging, and authenticity at the workplace and the world at large.
Founders Matt Bachmann ’15 and Ben Gordon ’15 share lessons learned while building their multi–million-dollar company.
Professor of Professional Practice Angela Lee explains how there are opportunities for investors during the pandemic even though she believes the worst of the downturn is yet to come.
Management professor Jorge Guzman explains why allowing new businesses access to relief funds will play an essential role in an economic recovery. Close-captioned.
A look at what it meant to be a leader in a year unlike any other.
Professors Stephan Meier and Dan Wang explain how the pandemic and the demonstrations for racial justice are already influencing future business leaders.
Robert Reffkin ’03, founder and CEO of Compass, discusses with Professor Christopher Mayer his optimism about the present and future of the housing market and emphasizes the importance of building a company that focuses on inclusivity.
Erika Irish Brown ’98, Chief Diversity Officer for Goldman Sachs, joins Vice Dean of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Gita Johar for a conversation on the role businesses can play in addressing racial and social justice.
The Center on Global Brand Leadership and The Harris Poll presented a discussion around how the public perceives essential workers (non-medical), how they perceive themselves, and what organizations can do to effectively support their contributions during this crisis moment. Close-captioned.
Faculty experts and alumni business leaders discuss how the incoming administration will affect retail, healthcare, and energy infrastructure.
Chazen Senior Scholar Geoffrey Heal speaks with Derek Brower of the Financial Times about the cost of transitioning to renewable energy.
Professors Glenn Hubbard, Ray Horton, and Tano Santos discuss the state of political economy at the end of the Trump presidency.
For the School’s Leading Through Change webinar series, CBS faculty, alumni, and special guests have shared insights over the past six months on the future of the economy during the pandemic.
UX designers from Tech: NYC along with faculty from the Business and Engineering Schools discuss the ongoing development of the New York State contact tracing app.
Facebook principal scientist Shawndra Hill and Professor Olivier Toubia examine the past, present, and future of the role of data science in marketing.
Health experts discuss ways to improve hospital management, the best tactics for resource allocation, and the drastic systemic changes occurring amidst the COVID-19 health crisis. Close-captioned.
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the world of business, while bringing historical inequities and injustice into sharp relief.
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