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We Have Met the Periphery and It Is Us

by Don Stevenson, Darden Business PublishingDarden and other prominent business schools aim to develop the global executives of tomorrow. For some, the best way to achieve meaningful results remains an open question.We believe that the case method is a good start. A well-crafted case can organize experience…

By Rebecca Beirne-
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Perspectives on the Earthquake in Japan and the Aftermath

In light of events going on in Japan, the Darden Center for Global Initiatives would like to share some recent blog entries from our community:Everette Fortner, Darden’s Executive Director of Corporate Relations, was in Japan this last week traveling for Darden. He wrote three posts describing the earthquake…

By Rebecca Beirne-
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The world will come to Darden

Way back in 1988, a favorite professor of mine liked to start class by reading aloud articles from Pravda, then the most important newspaper in the Soviet Union and the official voice of the communist party.  It might not seem all that interesting an activity, but before that year, copies…

By Peter Rodriguez-
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What do China and Chile have in common?

Greetings from China!  As I sit here watching darkness descend on the Beijing skyline from my 19th story window near the heart of Beijing’s Zhongguancun District—also known as China’s Silicon Valley, and home to what are arguably China’s top two universities in Peking University and Tsinghua…

By Greg Little-
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