Dividend (Vol. 22, No. 2, Spring, 1991)
Table of Contents: B. Joseph White Becomes Dean p. 2 ; Working on a Two-Way Street, Some Business School programs make sure that the road between academe and the "real world" is well travelled in both directions. p. 4 ; Trying to Slay the "Ism" Beast p. 8 - Business School's first Diversity Forum aimed to uncover misunderstandings. ; Designing a Course on Global Interdependence Students in both business and the liberal arts take experimental multi-disciplinary course. p. 11 ; Upping the Odds on Success, by Jane Myers BIAD links University expertise with Midwestern companies to help foster industrial competitiveness. The BIAD team has saved or created 5,000 jobs over the past seven years. p. 15 ; New Center for International Business Education, The CIBE leverages the U-M's international expertise. p. 19 ; So! What Do You Want to Do With Your Life? Experimental course helps students find answers to this frightening question. p. 20 ; William A. Paton Dies at 101 p. 22 ; Bankruptcies, Workouts and Turnarounds The 5th annual forum of the J. Ira Harris Center for the Study of Corporate Finance. p. 24 ; Among Ourselves p. 28 ; Karl Pearson Dies at 82 p. 36 ; Class Notes p. 37. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50757>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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