Digital Technology

Pitch Johnson, lecturer in Management at Stanford GSB
Why and how Silicon Valley thrives — from one of its founding fathers.
Bill Frist
A conversation on health care innovation with former Senate majority leader and surgeon Bill Frist.
Stefanos Zenios photo
In an online forum, Stefanos Zenios responds to reader questions on innovation in the field.
Joshua Cohen photo
Stanford students and faculty partner with Kenyan organizations to test ways to reduce urban poverty through novel applications of mobile phone technology.
Guy Kawasaki
Ignore self-appointed experts bearing bad news, particularly those who say it can't be done or it won't work. This was one of many lessons learned from late Apple founder Steve Jobs, says venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki who addressed a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience.
Observers of Silicon Valley have always assumed that the most successful companies get their competitive edge by paying their star employees more than the competition to fuel innovation. Now research, co-authored by Professor Kathryn Shaw, and using the academic field of insider econometrics, has been able to prove that this assumption is indeed true.
Open source software has become a major and fast-growing presence in the computer industry in recent years. Professor Tunay Tunca of Stanford Graduate School of Business and his co-authors argue that the key factor in whether to create open source software is the strength of the market for support, integration, and related services for such programs.

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Pitch Johnson, lecturer in Management at Stanford GSB
Why and how Silicon Valley thrives — from one of its founding fathers.
Bill Frist
A conversation on health care innovation with former Senate majority leader and surgeon Bill Frist.
Stefanos Zenios photo
In an online forum, Stefanos Zenios responds to reader questions on innovation in the field.
Joshua Cohen photo
Stanford students and faculty partner with Kenyan organizations to test ways to reduce urban poverty through novel applications of mobile phone technology.
Guy Kawasaki
Ignore self-appointed experts bearing bad news, particularly those who say it can't be done or it won't work. This was one of many lessons learned from late Apple founder Steve Jobs, says venture capitalist Guy Kawasaki who addressed a Stanford Graduate School of Business audience.
Observers of Silicon Valley have always assumed that the most successful companies get their competitive edge by paying their star employees more than the competition to fuel innovation. Now research, co-authored by Professor Kathryn Shaw, and using the academic field of insider econometrics, has been able to prove that this assumption is indeed true.
Open source software has become a major and fast-growing presence in the computer industry in recent years. Professor Tunay Tunca of Stanford Graduate School of Business and his co-authors argue that the key factor in whether to create open source software is the strength of the market for support, integration, and related services for such programs.