Category Archives: China

A lesson on cross-cultural communication

I have been thinking about our T’13s, who are tackling their first term at Tuck in multi-cultural study groups. There is a great deal of emphasis on the “hard” skills in the Tuck curriculum, and appropriately so. However, “soft” skills … Continue reading

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Innovative U.S. Policy Suggestions

Two new videos with international themes feature Matt Slaughter, the associate dean for the MBA Program and the Signal Companies’ Professor of Management at Tuck. From 2005 to 2007, Slaughter served as a member on the Council of Economic Advisers. … Continue reading

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MBA Students in the Field

Phew. The 2011 Learning Expedition participants are back on campus after a very busy travel schedule. In case you haven’t read the previous posts, the CIB Learning Expeditions are faculty-led, international spring break trips for Tuck students. They combine in-the-field … Continue reading

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Past and Future in China

An oft overlooked part of traveling is, well, the traveling. Getting to the airport, picking up magazines or books to read along the way, the flight itself – it’s all part of it. And it’s an obviously integral part, because … Continue reading

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En Route to China with the Tuck CIB

I am writing from the midst of a very long journey from Hanover, NH to Beijing, China for a Learning Expedition with the Tuck CIB. I will be posting pictures and stories of our adventure on this blog over the … Continue reading

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