Dividend (Vol. 7, No. 1, Fall, 1975)
Table of Contents: The Brotosaurus Principle by Thomas K. Connelan, MBA '66 p. 4 - Why bother to study or be concerned about dinosaurs? We can learn from their extinction, says the author, who then lays oul characteristics likely to occur in what he calls the "hrontosauiian organization." ; Art in the Assembly Hall p. 8 - Walls of the Assembly Hall seemed rather blank until the Business School acquired some fine art work, thanks to the generosity of 31 public utility companies as well as several personal contributions ; If You Like to Study, It Is Like Paradise! by Hitoshi Takahashi p. 12 - The author of this article studied here during a two year leave of absence from his bank in Japan. When he returned, he wrote an article for his fellow employees, describing how a US graduate school of business looks to a Japanese student. When one of our faculty presented a seminar at the bank, he discovered the article, and we subsequently had it translated and received Mr, Takahashi's permission to publish it ; Paton Center Progresses! p. 13 - Pictures that show the Paton Center site before groundbreaking; then after the concrete had been poured.; and finally, as the steel went up. ; Trading in Mainland China by Robert R. Hoffman, MBA '47 p. 16 - in 1973, Mr, Hoffman went to China to appraise the potential of the Chinese Mainland market for Marshall Field and Company, of which he is Merchandising Division vice-president. Here is a personal account of the trip. ; Beyond Words by Herbert W. Hildebrandt p. 19 - An exchange of letters between a student and professor illustrates the importance of non-verbal cues that exist in different cultures, and how these can affect business dealings between countries. ; Among Ourselves p. 22 - B School students win Value Line In vestment Contest; PUEP Program marks 25th year; DOR offers three new publications; Michigan business and the need for venture capital: Prof. F. G. Moore and Librarian Mildred Loelller retire. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50712>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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