Dividend (Vol. 15, No. 3, Summer, 1984)
Table of Contents: MBA Perspectives p. 4 - Ten interviews that illustrate the diversity and solid achievements of an MBA student body that keeps a first-rate faculty on its toes. ; The Computer as Pandora's Box by Manfred Kochen p. 17 - To what extent are we at the mercy of technological imperatives that could shape our lives? Or are major changes in lifestyle likely to come to our notice after technology has insidiously grown for some time, catching us unaware? This article explores some of these issues. ; A Quiet Mover and Shaker by Linda Benson p. 21 - Jesse Hill, Jr., MBA '49, is the dynamic president of the largest black-owned insurance company in America. He also wields considerable political clout. ; Paton's Puzzles p. 24 - His new book is a radical departure for Professor William A. Paton, whose publications have virtually revolutionized the accounting field. In this very personal book, Paton has gathered together a lifetime's treasure of word games and puzzles for our delight and edification. ; Among Ourselves p. 27 - Three new joint degree programs approved; W. A. Spivey receives outstanding teacher award; Anneke de Bruyn Overseth promoted to associate dean; Professors Imhoff and Kim are appointed to named professorships; Three accountants of the year named by Beta Alpha Psi Chapter; Seminar in Project Management offered by executive education; Murray Weidenbaum outlines report card on Reaganomics as 17th Mclnally Speaker. ; Campaign Reaches $14.5 Million p. 32 - Corporations and foundations giving amounts to our Capital Campaign ranging between $50,000 and $2,500,000 are a distinguished list. Meanwhile, two of our new buildings-in-progress are almost finished. ; Class Notes p. 34 ; About the Cover When Carolina Garcia, pictured on our cover, decided to add an MBA to her engineering credentials, she chose Michigan and says, "I have felt I made the right decision every day of the week." More about Carolina on page 14. Photo by Virginia Geren. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50737>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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