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What Sloan and MIT meant to me?

What Sloan and MIT meant to me?

This video was recorded at MIT World Series: Sloan Convocation 2005. To hear her tell it, Carly Fiorina's year at the Sloan School proved pivotal to her education and career. She was "constantly running into brilliant people, faculty and students, which was both inspiring and intimidating." As a mid-career professional, she found the program "extremely rigorous," and "worried about every grade and test." This challenging atmosphere was due in no small part to the fact that Sloan was part of MIT, "an institution that celebrates discipline and hard work." Fiorina reads down a list of courses from her MIT transcript, noting that in Applied Economics, where she was "stressed to the max," game theory taught her that "people could do irrational things simply because they thought someone else... Show More

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