Virtual Lifelong Learning
Upcoming Live Virtual Event
"Extreme By Design" Film Showcases Stanford Course
Wednesday, December 11
10:00 - 11:00 pm (PST) - PBS (Public Broadcasting Station
See the broadcast premiere of an extraordinary documentary focused on Design for Extreme Affordability, the project-based Stanford class where students design and build products to serve the needs of the world's poor. Learn More
Mini Lectures on Finance and Retirement, Professor Josh Rauh
Didn't sign up for the wildly-popular massive open online course (MOOC) being led by GSB finance professor and pension expert Joshua Rauh? You can still watch the lectures! These short lectures are updated regularly, and will help you make more informed decisions about your own retirement portfolio and shed light on U.S. policies that have important implications for retirees and taxpayers.
Acting with Power Webinar
In this complimentary 60-minute webinar, GSB Professor Deborah Gruenfeld will draw on the art of acting and the science of psychology to show participants how their nonverbal behaviors affect their status and power. Participants will also learn how to improve their ability to move flexibly among different hierarchical roles.
GSB Alumnae Panel: "Careers, Choices and Challenges" (Available to alumni only)
How you manage your career over a lifetime is a complex, highly personalized decision. Hear from a panel of women who share their own personal stories and career strategies, and continue on to view resources available to help you make your own choices.
A Video Tribute to Chuck & Irv
Professors H. Irving Grousbeck and Charles A. Holloway were honored recently for their 18 years of leadership in the GSB's Center for Entrepreneurial Studies. This 9-minute video salutes "Chuck and Irv," who have taught and supported a great many students and alumni over the years.
"The 2-Hour Job Search" with Steve Dalton (Available to alumni only)
This workshop is ideal for GSB alumni looking to make their networking-based job search more efficient and effective. Special attention will be given to identifying relevant startups, the needs of international students, and those with more experience. Delivered by Steve Dalton, MBA Senior Career Consultant at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, this workshop is one of the most original and practical approaches to the networking-based job search.
Encore Live Virtual Event: Elon Musk, Tesla Motors
Every year, the GSB honors the entrepreneurial company of the year with its ENCORE award. In 2013, the award honored Tesla Motors. Watch Tesla CEO and Product Architect, Elon Musk, spoke live on October 2 as he accepts the award.
Who Gets What: The New Economics of Matchmaking and Market Design, with GSB Professor Al Roth, 2012 Nobel Laureate
Do economists have to be dull theoreticians? Not so for Nobel laureate Al Roth. Al Roth will present examples of his real world applications of market matching and his ground breaking successes with labor markets, school choice, and his life-saving favorite, kidney exchanges. The talk will include a welcome and introduction by Dean Saloner.
Faculty Webinar "The Stories We Tell Ourselves About Negotiation" with GSB Professor Margaret Neale
Watch and share this complimentary 60-minute webinar from Stanford Executive Education. It will change how you think about negotiation and show you why getting to yes is not the answer, how to know when to stay and when to go, the role of emotional expression in negotiation, and more.
Pre-Recorded Webinar (60 min)
An Evening with Five GSB Deans, Moderated by Dean Garth Saloner
It was a history-making event as the four past GSB Deans talked together for the first time. The GSB Oral History Program brought together Arjay Miller, Robert Jaedicke, A. Michael Spence, and Robert Joss to discuss the Stanford GSBs' past and its future, with Dean Garth Saloner as moderator.