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Each member of the Stanford GSB faculty is more than an impressive list of degrees, an expansive range of experience, and a substantial publication record.

They are thinkers with a deep passion for developing the next generation of management leaders. And, they’re committed to the overall mission of Stanford GSB — to change lives, change organizations, and change the world.

Both inside and outside the classroom, Stanford MSx Fellows have comprehensive access to the insight, intelligence, and guidance of some of the most respected minds in business. Because faculty research is reflected in the wide range of elective classes, Fellows are often the first to experience fresh ideas and innovative thinking.

An extensive collection of awards and honors further demonstrates the unparalleled achievement of Stanford faculty.

Quick Look: MSx Faculty
Francis J. Flynn
Professor, Organizational Behavior
Professor Flynn’s research focuses on interpersonal relations in organizations. His work bridges the fields of management and social psychology.
Hau L. Lee
Professor, Operations, Information & Technology
Hau Lee's research focuses on supply chain management, addressing the flow of products and services to their destination.
Margaret Ann Neale
Professor, Organizational Behavior
Margaret Neale focuses primarily on negotiation and team performance, extending research from cognitive psychology to the field of negotiation.
Sarah A. Soule
Professor, Organizational Behavior
Sarah A. Soule's research examines state and organizational-level policy change and diffusion, and the role social movements have on these processes.
Ilya A. Strebulaev
Professor, Finance
Professor Strebulaev's research is in the area of corporate finance, financial decision-making, venture capital, and credit risk.