Dividend (Vol. 26, No. 1, Winter, 1995)
Table of Contents: p. 2 - Michigan Mentors Make a Difference, Michigan MBA students, along with executives from General Electric, are participating in a powerful mentoring program for kids at risk of dropping out of school. ; p. 5 - Global MBA Expands to Korea, Our new Korean distance learning program will be offered to high-potential managers of the Daewoo Group. ; p. 8 - What's Out There on the Horizon? An insightful new book by Professors C.K. Prahalad and Gary Hamel offers a provocative blueprint for companies that want to dominate the markets of tomorrow. (Catching up is not enough. Getting smaller is not enough.) ; p. 11 - Whirlpool Gift Allows Expansion of the MBA Domestic Corps ; p. 12 - A Special Kind of Matchmaker David Brophy, associate professor of finance, has been instrumental in putting 370 start-up ventures together with $270 million in capital through his Growth Capital Symposium. Now the Symposium has expanded to Central and Eastern Europe. ; p. 16 - Art and a Guide to Business Survival Professor Pedro Neuno uses paintings by Goya to enliven his points when he teaches in the new Global Program for Management Development offered jointly by the Michigan Business School's Executive Education Division and the International Graduate School of Management at the University of Navarra, Spain (IESE). ; Other Articles ; Alumni Activities p. 14 - News about the new alumni directory, the Third Annual Women's Forum, the Third Annual European Symposium, and alumni reunion weekend. ; Among Ourselves p. 18 ; Professor Mary Bromage Dies p. 26 ; Class Notes p. 27 ; About the Cover, The children of Mitchell Elementary School gave a party to thank their Michigan MBA and General Electric mentors. Our cover features photographs from that event and "thank you " drawings made by the children for their mentors. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50768>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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