At Stanford, the individual who is now front-and-center in that hothouse atmosphere is economist Garth Saloner, the new dean of the Graduate School of Business.
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In the intersection between health care and innovation, he examines what attributes of health care startups are associated with successful exits either financial, generating returns for the investors, or clinical, securing FDA approval.
William P. Pfeffer among the 20 most influential business thinkers. He examines how innovation can be described as a process with discrete steps and specific outcomes, and how the process varies with the industry sector, customer segment, technology, and source of innovation startup vs large organization.
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Is anything about why students are seeking MBAs different than, say, five or 10 years ago? One of only two professors to twice win the Business School's Distinguished Teaching Award, Saloner succeeds Robert Joss, who announced his decision to step down as dean last September.
Photo: Jonathan Sprague The way the world does business has become a burning daily issue in the current economic environment.