Dividend (Vol. 10, No. 3, Spring, 1979)
Table of Contents: Things You Never Learn in Graduate School p. 4 - by Ann C. Brown, MBA, '58 No graduate school of business, no matter how good, has yet devised a way to teach "Real World" in the classroom. Here Ann Brown, MBA '58, who writes a column for Forbes as well as being executive vice-president of a New York investment firm, explores some of the lessons that your MBA degree didn't cover. ; How Is Growing a Good Manager Like Growing a Strong Tree? p. 6 - An Interview with C. K. Prahalad, Assoc. Prof, of Policy and Control Every course has implicit within it values about how we deal with others, how we deal with institutions, and how institutions deal with society at large. Here Professor Prahalad shares some of his thinking on how values affect management styles, and discusses how he attempts to incorporate these perspectives in the classroom. ; The BBA p. 10 - Our undergraduate students show great diversity, and, besides being bright, they are enthusiastic, lively, and prepared to work very hard. In this article, we discuss aspects of the BBA program and introduce you to some of our BBA students. ; Adulthood, Manhood and Growing Pains by Raymond E. Hill p. 18 A Review of The Seasons of a Man's Life by Daniel J. Levinson The adult life course, according to Levinson, is characterized by a series of structure-building periods, followed by periods in which attempts are made to work some of the flaws out of the previous stage. Professor Hill reviews the book and discusses some of the basic ideas that emerge. ; Among Ourselves p. 22 - New director of Paton Center appointed; Thomas William Leabo Fund gives awards; Floyd Bond named to Donald C. Cook Professorship; Professor Rewoldt dies; Major research study to be done at Paton Center; Dick Leabo appointed to Fred M. Taylor Professorship; James R. Taylor appointed to Sebastian S. Kresge Professorship. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50722>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
Electronic reproduction; Ann Arbor Michigan; Michigan Copy Center; 2004File Modified 2007-04, bookmarks 2007-04.Scan of original print copy. Scanned at 400dpi, no compression, using Xerox DocuImage 665 scanner.
MetadataShow full item record
Accessibility: If you are unable to use this file in its current format, please select the Contact Us link and we can modify it to make it more accessible to you.