Dividend (Vol. 15, No. 1, Fall, 1983)
Table of Contents: The Inside Story on the Business School p. 5 - The Insider's Guide to the Top Ten Business Schools describes each of the top ten schools from the point of view of a student who has gone through the program. The U-M Business School is written up by Len Savoie, MBA '80. ; Shifting Gears in China p. 7 - Meet Yu-Fei Yuan, B School Ph.D. student from Mainland China who, among other things, helped computerize the Shanghai branch of the Bank of China. ; Who's in Charge Here? You or Your Computer? p. 10 - Professors Robert K. Mautz, Alan G. Merten and Dennis G. Severance did intensive interviews with senior managers about how they handle the complex issues that arise in the fast-changing world of computer-based business management. This article is excerpted from the book they wrote. ; Among Ourselves p. 17 - "It's a Shame You Are So Able Bodied. . ." by Leslie B. Southwick p. 25 - Duncan Ballantyne, MBA '69, is helping to convince business that handicapped individuals can make excellent employees. ; Class Notes p. 27 ; Eighty Six Percent! ; p. 34 - The Business School may have one of the first facility campaigns to complete its goal as part of the $160 million Campaign for Michigan. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50735>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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