Dividend (Vol. 5, No. 1, Fall, 1973)
Table of Contents: The Role of Energy in the Nation's Economy by Paul McCracken p. 4 - Uses of energy go up, while supplies go down. What should be done? Dr. McCracken analyzes the problem and offers some suggested answers ; If I Only Had One More Minute! p. 8 (Dialogue from the Tinkertoy Game) Certain assumptions about management and decision making are implicit in the way people play the Tinkertoy Game. Here are brief excerpts from the analyses team members made. Annual Meeting; The Presidents Club p. 12 The "greatest club on earth" held its annual meeting this year in Hale Auditorium, After the business meeting, members were treated to a surprise which was also a stirring test of the auditorium's acoustics. ; Innovations in Labor Arbitration by John H. Stamm p.16 - A professional arbitrator discusses two new procedures that may be of profound importance to the future direction of labor relations. ; Did You Say Eighty-Five Cents? p. 18 - The 45th reunion of the MBA class of 1928 included a coffee hour in the lounge of the new Assembly Hall. Our pictures record that event. ; Among Ourselves p. 20 - James Buesenberry gives Mclnylly lecture on inflation; Public Finance Institute is established at school; Carl Fischer retires. ; School Holds Special Seminar for Associates p. 24 - "Future Patterns of Federal Corporate Taxes" was the title of a recent seminar developed for companies who are members of the School's Associates, Dividend took pictures during one of the working sessions. ; About the Cover, Our cover is an etching by One Van Rye, retired vice-president of die New England Electric System, who is by avocation an accomplished etcher. The picture, entitled "Sky Hooks," is owned by the Business School and hangs in the offices of the Division of Management Education. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50706>
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