Longtime editor and writer; I do media relations and editing at the Yale School of Management. Preoccupations: tech, culture, design and social issues. Poet. Writing a cultural history of the caveman.
How should leaders respond to structural inequality and racism? Yale SOM leadership expert Heidi Brooks says that many companies have a bias toward taking quick action that is ill-suited to a complex and ambiguous issue. Instead, organizations should reflect on their own culture and power dynamics and create a long-term plan for impact.
The many ways that books can be clothed, hidden, decorated, and disguised form the spine of “Contemporary Designer Bookbindings from the Collection of Neale and Margaret Albert,” the bookbinding show now at the Yale Center for British Art.
As he was founding the Ballets Russes, Sergey Diaghilev had an aesthetic and political problem to solve: which Russia to present to an international audience? More than a century later, there remains a distinction between artists who intend their work for a Russian audience and those with an eye on the rest of the world. The contemporary painter Andrey Remnev knows this history well, and is unafraid to plant his brush in the former category.
Interview with Laszlo Bock, former senior vice president of People Operations at Google, about how he's using data analytics and behavioral science to improve recruitment, human resources, and employee engagement at his new company, Humu.
Condensed interview Tiago Santos Cruz, graduate of the Yale School of Management's Master of Advanced Management program. Tiago, an accomplished photographer, is now a Procurement Manager in the Procurement Leadership Development Program at Johnson & Johnson in São Paulo, Brazil.
As they completed their second week of classes on August 31, new MBA, MAM, and MMS students gathered to learn about Yale SOM’s more than 50 student-run clubs, organized around professional and extracurricular interests and personal affinities.