Archive for January 2nd, 2010

Happy New Year

Hey all, I wanted to write to say happy new year and thanks for following my blog in 2009. It’s definitely been great getting so many comments and emails from you, and I hope that the trend continues in 2010. As usual, I’ll do my best to respond quickly to your comments and be responsive to the content you find most interesting.

Given that we are already in the new year, that means that our first day in class is lingering. I just got back into Chicago a couple of days ago, and am getting ready to start classes again in two days. I’m looking forward to the second semester and I suspect I’ll be posting quite a bit over the next few weeks.

Also, given the new year, I’ve recently noticed that there’s a lot of talk going on about whether the end of 2009 was the end of the decade or if that’s not until 2010. I’m not sure what the technical answer is, and in fact, I think there are pretty potent arguments for both answers. Either way, the Harvard Business Review (MBA leadership blog) did happen to post a couple of interesting (and short) articles on business issues over the last decade if you’re interested. I’ve also posted an article on the Top Ten Business School Stories in 2009 by BusinessWeek, which is a pretty good read. Unfortunately I couldn’t find anything similar for law schools.

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Title: “A Better Decade Of Business Is Coming
Author: Gill Corkindale
Source: Harvard Business Review

Title: “The Decade in Management Ideas
Author: Julia Kirby
Source: Harvard Business Review

Title: “Top Ten Business School Stories of 2009″
Author: Alison Damast and Geoff Gloeckler
Source: BusinessWeek

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