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Business students spend a lot of time thinking about supply chains, but what happens when you take them out into the desert and ask them to think about the water cycle? It's a question for which the Stanford Graduate School of Business wanted an answer.Good writes:
Earlier this spring, a group of students from the Stanford Graduate School of Business took a trip through California and Nevada. Their mission: to investigate water. The trip began in Sacramento with a tour of the Delta, following the flow of water south. The group visited agricultural communities in the San Joaquin Valley, then continued down to Los Angeles and Orange County, to learn more about urban water use and corporate water management—finally examining Nevada's water use through the lens of Las Vegas.
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