Dividend (Vol. 18, No. 2, June, 1987)
Table of Contents: Global Ethics: Our Responsibility by Andrew Young p. 4 - When he gave the 20th annual Mclnally Lecture in Hale Auditorium, Andrew Young tackled some tough questions - economic competitiveness, military spending, and ethnocentrism, to name a few. ; Managing Downside Up and Sideways by David Ulrich p. 11 - Middle managers would do well to hone their skills at exerting influence upwards and sideways with bosses and peers. Ulrich, assistant professor of organizational behavior and industrial relations, identifies ten skills that help. ; Is There Enough Business to Go Around? by Virginia W. Hayes p. 14 - The conflict between over-production and the current trade deficit was addressed at the seventh U.S.-Japan Automotive Industry Conference. ; Among Ourselves p. 18 - The Consortium Comes of Age by Caroline Bermudez ; p. 22 - The Consortium for Graduate Study in Management has been in the business of opening doors and knocking down walls for 21 years. ; Two MBA Students Use Their Skills for the Humane Society p. 29 ; Unisys Publishes Booklet About Its Partnership With the B School p. 30 - About 25 projects that integrate microcomputer processing into sophisticated curriculum applications are either underway or completed as part of a cooperative association between Unisys and the Business School. ; Faculty News Notes p. 32 ; Class Notes p. 34 ; Four Michigan MBAs are Featured in Business Week p. 42 ; About the Cover, Pictured on the cover is Angela T. Hinton, MBA '87, one of the Michigan Business School's Consortium Fellows. She got her undergraduate degree in sociology from Princeton University, then came to Michigan for her MBA in marketing. She is now an assistant product manager for Crystal Light at General Foods Corporation in White Plains, New York. For more on the Consortium for Graduate Study in Management, see page 22. Cover photo by Virginia Geren. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50745>
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