Dividend (Vol. 28, No. 2, Summer/Fall, 1997)
Table of Contents: p. 2 - Photo Essay: The Groundbreaking for Sam Wyly Hall ; p. 6 - Tracking Women at the Top: The 1997 Women's Forum ; p. 8 - Employees Come First at Southwest Airlines ; p. 9 - Embracing Asia years ago, the University of Michigan Business School made a commitment to Asia. Today, its critical mass of faculty experts and corporate partners sets it apart-and ahead-of all other American business schools. ; p. 13 - Why You Should Care About Asia... Four Scholars Share Their Thoughts: Want Peace ? Think Trade by C. K. Prahalad Michigan: The Right Stuff for the Asian Century by Linda him ; p. 15 - Our Struggle with China Is Really with Ourselves by Kenneth Lieberthal Going Global Is a Faculty Affair by E. Han Kim ; p. 17 - Destiny and William Davidson Institute Bring Chinese Journalist to Michigan ; p. 19 - The Modern Firm: Is There Liberty and Justice for All? Alfred P. Sloan Foundation sponsors a four-month seminar on corporate governance. ; p. 24 - Treasurers Gain New Certification Program ; p. 25 - The BBA Program: Unbeatable by Design p. 26 - Harvey Kapnick Shares His Vision, Resources ; Other Articles ; Among Ourselves p. 4 ; Alumni Activities p. 27 ; Alumni Directory p. 29 ; Class Notes p. 31 ; Quote/Unquote p. 40 ; About the Cover Illustration by Carolyn Reed Barritt. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50773>
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