Dividend (Vol. 25, No. 2, Spring/Summer, 1994)
Table of Contents: p. 2 - Guideposts Through the Minefield, A new course in successful crisis management gives students practice in pondering the impossible. ; p. 6 - No Uncomplicated Questions The explosive potential of problems created by ethnicity and race were discussed by Alvin Poussaint, a Harvard psychiatrist who spoke at the School on Martin Luther King day. ; p. 8 - Daewoo Chairman Speaks to Capacity Crowd The rules which have quided generations of managers are being turned around, says Woo-Choong Kim, founder and CEO of the Daewoo Group ; p. 10 - Just-In-Time Training Adds Value to the MBA Executive Skills Workshops Allow Students to Improve Key Leadership and Management Skills ; p. 23 - The Michigan Business School in Southeast Asia ; Other Articles ; Talking About the Trade-Off Between Jobs and the Environment p. 23 ; David Buzzelli of Dow Chemical Delivers Second Nathan Lecture in Corporate Environmental Management ; Business School Faculty Participate in CEW Women's Leadership Project p. 14 ; Alumni Activities p. 24 ; Our New York alumni start a Business School Society Among Ourselves p. 28 ; Class Notes p. 32. ; About the Cover, To celebrate Dividend's 25th birthday, we printed one cover from each of the 25 years, starting with Spring, 1969. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50766>
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