Dividend (Vol. 21, No. 2, Spring, 1990)
Table of Contents: "Go Blue" for the Sunrunner p. 2 - B School and engineering students are in a cooperative effort to win an 1,800 mile solar car race. ; High Leverage and Stock Market Pressures on Management - The Harris Center Forum p. 5 ; The Leveraged Buyout p. 6 - One That Worked, John C. Morley, CEO, Reliance Electric Company . . . And One That Didn't By Robert G. Siefert, former CEO, Fruehauf Corp. ; Notes From the Real World p. 8 - Students in an information systems class get a chance to apply the concepts they learn to practical problems posed by real companies. ; Managing Growth in More Ways Than One p. 11 - Rob Beckelheimer, MBA '90, learned a lot about growth during his summer internship at an Italian florists' cooperative. ; Entrepreneurship - What Is It? p. 12 - Four winners of the Zell-Lurie Fellowship discuss issues in entrepreneurship with Sam Zell, who co-founded the award with his partner Robert Lurie. ; Dollars for Scholars p. 18 ; Separating Vision from Wishful Thinking p. 21 - Roy S. Roberts, General Manufacturing Manager of GM's Cadillac Motor Car Division, spoke at the school on Martin Luther King Day about achievement. ; Michigan in the Media p. 24 - Excerpts from some of the stories that have appeared in the press about the Michigan Business School and the variety of research being done by faculty here. ; Three Cheers for Our Volunteers p. 29 ; Among Ourselves p. 32 ; Class Notes p. 38. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50754>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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