Dividend (Vol. 14, No. 3, Summer, 1983)
Table of Contents: How Relevant for Finding the Right Answers are All Those Tools You Acquired Along with your BBA or MBA or Ph.D.? p. 4 - by W. Michael Blumenthal, CEO, Burroughs Corporation, There is a risk that we will become followers on the world economic scene rather than leaders, said Blumenthal during his commencement address to graduating business students. He suggests ways we might make progress toward new solutions. ; Phonathon! Some pictures taken during a recent phonathon night during which $8000 was pledged. Over 200 alumni and students participated in the phonathons this year. Many thanks to all our donors and phoners. ; Balancing the Books With the Business p. 10 - Profiles of seven enterprising students who are not waiting until they graduate to try out entrepreneurial ideas. ; Gil Whitaker on "Focus" p. 18 - Excerpts from an interview between Dean Whitaker and J. P. McCarthy on the "Focus" program of Station WJR-Detroit. ; The Michigan Connection p. 20 - An interview with Peter deVaux, chairman of the newly created Alumni Society Board of Governors, on things the School might be doing for its alumni and vice versa. ; Higher and Higher! p. 22 - A progress report with pictures of our new buildings, which are currently 20 weeks ahead of schedule. ; Mr. Smith Comes to Town p. 24 - Roger Smith, chairman and CEO of General Motors, was invited to come to the School and comment on student papers written about GM and Change Strategies. ; The Emerging No-Fault Society p. 26 - by George J. Siedel, Associate Professor of Business Law The legal structure has changed over the past decade, says Professor Siedel, from one that focused on fault and personal responsibility to a system that often separates fault from responsibility. ; Among Ourselves p. 29 ; Class Notes p. 37 ; $3.5 Million to Go! p. 42 - The Business School's Capital Campaign now stands at $11.5 million. ; About the Cover - A workman cleans out forms immediately prior to the pouring of concrete in them during construction of the Kresge Business Administration Library. Photo by Paul Jaronski. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50734>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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