Dividend (Vol. 23, No. 3, Fall, 1992)
Table of Contents: Putting Theory Into Practice With MAP As part of the new curriculum, students analyze a business process in a real company. p. 2 ; Quick on Your Feet Students tested how far they could go toward helping a hypothetical client solve a hypothetical problem... in 10 minutes. p. 8 ; BBA Students Win Ninth Pryor Award p. 10 ; Dollars for Scholars p. 12 ; Vision in Action by Ellen Berger, MBA '92 MBA students write cases on leadership, vision and change for a new course to be offered in Winter, 93. p. 16 ; BUSINESS AND THE ENVIRONMENT: A SPECIAL SECTION p. 19 - The Business School and the School of Natural Resources and Environment are joining together to respond to the pressing need for building bridges between business and environmental groups. In a special section beginning on page 19 we print a variety of articles that bear on the synergy between business and the environment. They include: ; Two Gifts Launch the Corporate Environmental Management Initiative p. 20 - Two important gifts have created a strong beginning for the implementation of the new Corporate Environmental Management program. ; Business and the Environment - A Time for Creative Coexistence p. 22 - Excerpts from the Mclnally lecture given by Garry D. Brewer, Dean of the School of Natural Resources and the Environment. ; How Green Production Might Sustain the World p. 26 - In this article Business School Professor Stuart Hart discusses how and where economic activities interact with the natural and human environments. ; Manufacturing and the Environment p. 29 - The sixth annual Manufacturing Forum sponsored by the Office of Manufacturing Management Research will address the topic of "Manufacturing and the Environment" November 20. ; New Courses Link Business and the Environment p. 30 - Two new elective courses focus on the linkages between environmentalism and business. ; Among Ourselves p. 31 ; Class Notes p. 42 ; Mark Your Calendars! p. 48. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50761>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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