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Grand Opening of Knight Management Center

The school's new home opened April 29 after 10 years of planning and three years of construction.


Knight Management Center Move

Back to Business (School)

The Knight Management Center is the new home of the Stanford Graduate School of Business. The first offices began moving into the facility on Dec. 31 with classes starting Jan. 6.

Knight Management Center Move


Trips Take Students Worldwide

As part of the school's curriculum, participation in a global experience is a requirement for all MBA students. Many trips offer a broad overview of business, politics, and society with students directly interacting with corporate, government, and social sector leaders. Other trips are centered on social and environmental innovations.

Spring 2010 Student Trips

South Africa

South Africa


East Coast Trip (Sloan Master's Program)

Winter 2009 Student Trips

Dean Garth Saloner: What Makes Silicon Valley Tick and Can You Duplicate It?

Dean Garth SalonerStanford Graduate School of Business Dean Garth Saloner shares his views from a Silicon Valley perspective on the various funding policies set in place to help build up entrepreneurs in today's corporate world. Dean Saloner shared his perspective at the University of Pretoria's Gordon Institute of Business Science.

James March: Passion and Discipline

Push play to watch Passion and Discipline (1:08:38)

Prof. Emeritus James March takes his viewers on a journey over the plains of historic La Mancha to the high-tech companies of Silicon Valley and back in pursuit of characteristics that define a leader: imagination, commitment, and joy. He shows us that too firm a grip on reality and too much reliance on the logic of consequences can impede leadership. By not losing sight of who they are, what they value, and what they want to achieve, leaders affirm their commitment to the promise of something greater than what currently exists. As one of March's interviewees says, "Your dream is the promise of what you can become."