Dividend (Vol. 27, No. 1, Winter, 1996)
Table of Contents: p. 2 - Margins Really Matter, An experimental course in new product development, offered under the auspices of the Tauber Manufacturing Institute, gives students insight into both business and manufacturing. ; p. 10 - A Lot Can Happen in 25 Years, Two highly accomplished graduates of the MBA class of 1970 were at the Business School in the fall and talked to students about their interesting and distinguished careers. So what did they say? ; p. 14 - Home Sweet Home, Business School students raised the money and provided the labor to build a Habitat for Humanity house in Ann Arbor. At Christmastime, the house was dedicated and the Thomas family moved in. ; p. 16 - Business School Launches Daewoo Executive Program This new program will offer directors of the 25 companies that comprise the Daewoo Group a condensed version of the education the Daewoo MBA students are getting in the Global MBA program. ; p. 20 - A Place for Lucrative Introductions, Money looking for a place to go meets innovative companies at the annual Growth Capital Symposium ; p. 24 - Customer Satisfaction: Are U.S. Companies Moving in the Wrong Direction? A new national scorecard of customer satisfaction, originated at the U-M Business School, is flashing a warning. Overall, U.S. companies lost points last year. ; Other Articles ; Introducing the New CEMP Advisory Board p. 7 ; Professor Bernard Dies Suddenly at 42 p. 18 ; Alumni Activities p. 26 ; Among Ourselves p. 30 ; Class Notes p. 38 ; Quote UnQuote p. 48 ; About the cover, Pictures on the cover show students participating in a neiu experimental course that requires teams of business and engineering students first to design and manufacture a consumer product, and second, to compete against other student teams in marketing the product to actual customers. The top two photos are by D. C. Goings and the bottom two are by Gregory Fox. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50770>
Graduate School of Business Administration, University of Michigan
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