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Wharton: Investing for Retirement | AcademyBridge

Wharton: Investing for Retirement | AcademyBridge | Business Administration | Scoop.it
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You're probably not saving enough to be comfortable in retirement according to Prof. Marston (Wharton Business School)

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Finding Joe

Finding Joe | Business Administration | Scoop.it
'I don't believe people are looking for the meaning of life as much as they are looking for the experience of being alive' Joseph Campbell
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Positive psychology at it's best
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How Bank of America Optimized Their Social Media Strategy

How Bank of America Optimized Their Social Media Strategy | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Every relationship between Bank of America and their customers is unique. In an effort to improve the customer relationships, Bank of America tried...
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Learn how BOA uses analytics and research to connect with audience...who are our customers, what are there needs, CX gaps etc.
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Serena Williams'Coach Shares Success Tips

Serena Williams'Coach Shares Success Tips | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Award-winning tennis coach Rick Macci has shaped the careers of Serena & Venus Williams, Andy Roddick, etc. NOW He shares the secrets to their success ( psychology)
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Rick reveals the real "magic sauce"
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Untangling Skill and Luck in Business

Untangling Skill and Luck in Business | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Wharton School of Business: How do we know which of our successes and failures can be attributed to either skill or luck?
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Teamwork Secrets of Space Shuttle Crews

Teamwork Secrets of Space Shuttle Crews | Business Administration | Scoop.it
In 6min Colonel Mike Mullane describes the THREE essential teamwork characteristics required in shuttle missions and in business
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Tim Draper on FAILURE

Tim Draper on FAILURE | Business Administration | Scoop.it
legendary venture capitalist Tim Draper talk about failure
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Love Draper University pool
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Udacity Secret MOOC FORMULA

Udacity Secret MOOC FORMULA | Business Administration | Scoop.it
A look behind the scenes at a massive open online course. We profile Udacity, an online education startup based in the Silicon Valley, that recently partnere...
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Behavioral Economics: theory of decision points

Behavioral Economics: theory of decision points | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Dilip Soman, Professor at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Dilip does research on interesting human behaviours and their applications to consumer welfare, policy and financial literacy. He is also interested in research on poverty, global health, education and development in the global south.
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Behavioral Economics: decision points as NUDGE

Behavioral Economics: decision points as NUDGE | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Dilip Soman, Professor at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Dilip does research on interesting human behaviours and their applications to consumer welfare, policy and financial literacy. He is also interested in research on poverty, global health, education and development in the global south.
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Behavioral economics: rational choice

Behavioral economics: rational choice | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Dilip Soman, Professor at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Dilip does research on interesting human behaviours and their applications to consumer welfare, policy and financial literacy. He is also interested in research on poverty, global health, education and development in the global south.
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What is Behavioral Economics?

What is Behavioral Economics? | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Dilip Soman, Professor at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Dilip does research on interesting human behaviours and their applications to consumer welfare, policy and financial literacy. He is also interested in research on poverty, global health, education and development in the global south.
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Sustainability: CFOs role

Sustainability: CFOs role | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Why is sustainability a CFO issue? Sustainability has broadened the CFO's role, particularly when it comes to the risks associated with sustainability:
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Leadership Lessons From Bad Guys | AcademyBridge

Leadership Lessons From Bad Guys | AcademyBridge | Business Administration | Scoop.it
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Sometimes being a bad guy can be rewarding

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Business School 2.0 (Stern)

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Peter Blair Henry, an economist, is the ninth Dean of New York University’s Leonard N. Stern School of Business, and William R. Berkley Professor of Economics and Business, and author of TURNAROUND: Third World Lessons for First World Growth (Wikipedia)
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Who should study business, multidisciplinary thinking, how to be a value creator...
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Design and CX @Google

Design and CX @Google | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Andy Bonventre discusses the design/CX interactions at Google. Competency, skills and personal dynamics all play a role in the process
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Design is no longer a 'needle in the haystack'
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Rachel Botsman: how we treat people will ultimately drive our world

Rachel Botsman: how we treat people will ultimately drive our world | Business Administration | Scoop.it
'What's Mine is Yours' A groundbreaking, concept that explores the rise of “Collaborative Consumption” — a cultural and economic force transforming business, consumerism, and the way we live.
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Herminia Ibarra INSEAD: workplace flexibility

Herminia Ibarra INSEAD: workplace flexibility | Business Administration | Scoop.it
corporate policies may be keeping women from advancing into the executive suite
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Pat Williams: Communicating Vision

Pat Williams: Communicating Vision | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Pat Williams is Senior Vice President of the Orlando Magic, the NBA team he co founded in 1987. He has been involve...
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Who Are the Millennials? Mastercard

Who Are the Millennials? Mastercard | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Vice President of MasterCard Information Solutions...Who Are the Millennials? Why Demographics Are Useless 02 min 34 sec Add to Profile Vice President of MasterCard Information Solutions David Rich shows the flaws in marketing to a specific demographic, or a segment of shoppers like Millennials.
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China's E-Commerce Boom: Alibaba & ASOS

China's E-Commerce Boom: Alibaba & ASOS | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Matt Hiscock, senior vice president for ASOS US, describes how the fashion e-commerce company plans to work with the demands of shoppers in China
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Behavioral Economics: recent nudge experiments

Behavioral Economics: recent nudge experiments | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Dilip Soman, Professor at the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto. Dilip does research on interesting human behaviours and their applications to consumer welfare, policy and financial literacy. He is also interested in research on poverty, global health, education and development in the global south.
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Behavioral Economics: Axiom of rational choice

Behavioral Economics: Axiom of rational choice | Business Administration | Scoop.it
This course builds on much of the fascinating work in the area of behavioural economics and allows the student to develop a hands-on approach by learning its methods and more importantly, how it can be harnessed by suitably designing contexts to “nudge” choice. In three modules, students will be able to a) explain and interpret the principles underlying decision-making and compare the nudging approach to other methods of behaviour change, b) learn how to critique, design and interpret experiments; and c) design nudges and decision-tools to help people make better decisions
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Behavioral Economics: nudging & behavior change

Behavioral Economics: nudging & behavior change | Business Administration | Scoop.it
How can we get people to save more money, eat healthy foods and engage in healthy behaviours, and more generally make better choices? There has been a lot written about the fact that human beings do not process information and make decisions in an optimal fashion
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The importance of financial statements | London Business School

The importance of financial statements | London Business School | Business Administration | Scoop.it
Professor Chris Higson, shares his insights on the importance of understanding finan...
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AcademyBridge's comment, August 8, 2013 10:59 AM
Should have paid better attention at B-School