Faculty

Finance | 4 MIN READ

Ricardo Perez-Truglia wants to help MBAs and companies make better decisions

First and foremost a behavioral economist, Ricardo Perez-Truglia, PhD, is happiest when the “common sense” concepts he teaches in Microeconomics ...
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Finance | 4 MIN READ

Sean Foote scores in venture capital and private equity and in the classroom

Forget that old saying, “Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.” Sean Foote is one of many Berkeley Haas teachers who excel at doing and ...
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Brandi Pearce reflects on teams as a sandbox for cultivating collective and individual development

From Global Fortune 500 organizations to the classroom, Brandi Pearce delves into how collaborative dynamics—simply put, teamwork—drive innovation, ...
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Technology | 4 MIN READ

Jon Metzler connects people and places in ways that foster innovation

Jon Metzler brings insights and experience to his classes in strategy and competitive advantage in technology markets. And a fierce loyalty to UC ...
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Faculty | 3 MIN READ

Homa Bahrami explores agility and flexibility for enterprises and individuals

Homa Bahrami arrived in the Bay Area as a postdoc, with a solid body of field research, having studied organizational systems of some of Europe’s ...
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Faculty | 3 MIN READ

Cameron Anderson can prove that being a jerk is not a good career strategy

Cameron Anderson, who holds the Lorraine Tyson Mitchell Chair in Leadership & Communication, values Berkeley Haas students for their socially ...
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Diversity and Inclusion | 4 MIN READ

Laura Kray reveals the skill MBAs want in their core curriculum

Laura Kray wears a lot of hats: She holds the Ned & Carol Spieker Chair in Leadership, chairs the Management of Organizations Group, and is the ...
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Kellie McElhaney teaches in classroom

Diversity and Inclusion | 4 MIN READ

Kellie McElhaney talks equity fluency, courage, and vulnerability

Starting from the position that “if you aren’t intentionally inclusive, you are unintentionally exclusive,” Kellie McElhaney helped develop the concept of equity fluent leadership™.
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Faculty | 3 MIN READ

Prof. Lucas Davis shares hardest economic concept for MBA students to grasp

Enthusiasm, listening and drawing students into participating in class are keys to becoming a successful teacher, says Professor Lucas Davis, winner ...
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Faculty | 3 MIN READ

Prof. Jenny Chatman gives three benchmarks of an effective organizational culture

Jennifer Chatman, Paul J. Cortese Distinguished Professor of Management, is an energetic, passionate teacher, a Haas alumna (PhD 88), and an expert ...
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Faculty | 3 MIN READ

Jennifer Cohen talks equitable and inclusive leadership

Jennifer Cohen, PhD, is both data- and diversity-driven. Her scientific credentials—educated at City College of San Francisco and Howard University, ...
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Clark Kellogg candid

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Clark Kellogg shares how he teaches design thinking, creativity, and innovation

A founding partner of The Berkeley Innovation Group, Clark Kellogg has been a pioneer in design thinking. Here the Berkeley MBA lecturer talks about ...
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