Dean Hubbard in the News: Non-Controversial Edition Dean Hubbard can be a polarizing figure among our alumni when he ventures into national politics. But as an educator and thought leader in management education, he's indubitably on safe ground. Not surprisingly as a leader of large-scale institutions, his insightful arguments derive from the fact that institutions have history -- and in fact further still: few classes of institutions have had longevity measured in multiple centuries. And it is precisely those Universities whose reputations for excellence have been built over centuries that have accrued intangibles based upon physical proximity and networks (to say nothing of nostalgia). It's early in the game, to be sure. But that's always the case when one takes the long view. Right-on, Dean Hubbard. Read on, Columbia Alums.
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