Dividend (Vol. 19, No. 2, Fall, 1988)
Table of Contents: The Failure of Success: How Good Becomes Bad p. 4 - By Robert E. Quinn, Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior Positive values can paradoxically become negative when a "good" criterion becomes overvalued. Here, Professor Quinn explores what can happen when one dimension of management is pursued to the exclusion of others. ; Failure 101 by Kathy Hulik p. 8 - The Zell-Lurie $25,000 Competition in Teaching Entrepreneurship drew 158 entries from 34 different disciplines. The winner says that no issue is more important to the entrepreneur than failure. ; On Negotiating with the Japanese p. 11 A highlight of the new Executive Education seminar on negotiating with the Japanese was a mock negotiation session. "I was surprised at how real the frustration was," said one U.S. participant. "Every time we got to a hard point, they made it a soft point." ; Marc Bomze, BBA '53, Makes Drastic Career Change by Jonathan Murray 14 "Being in retail is like a breath of fresh air," says Bomze, who changed from the corporate world to ownership of a video outlet and duplicating lab. ; AIDS: Politics and Science by June Osborn, M.D. p. 16 The projected magnitude of the AIDS epidemic makes it an extraordinarily important matter for politicians to address. Dr. Osborn, a national authority on AIDS, discusses the array of potent emotional issues which interfere with thoughtful policies. ; Entrepreneurship: Bane or Blessing? by Kathy Hulik p. 22 - Two B School professors comment on the vigorous current debate about the value of entrepreneurship to American industry. Do entrepreneurs fragment industry and wound larger companies, or do they remain the driving force of economic growth? ; Among Ourselves p. 25 ; Faculty News Notes p. 28 ; B Student Turns 60-Page Term Paper into a Downtown Cafe p. 31 ; Class Notes p. 32 ; About the Cover, Our cover illustration is by Cathy Gendron, who also did the illustration on page 17. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50748>
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