Dividend (Vol. 34, No. 2, Fall, 2003)
Table of Contents: FEATURES ; p. 26 - What Does It Take to Be the Leader and Best? The Business School is staking its future on a new positioning statement that builds on strengths- action-based learning, leadership-and gives it a leg up on the competition. Dean Robert J. Dolan shares his vision for the school in a Q & A with Dividend. Plus: Sanford Robertson, BBA '53, MBA '54, endorses the new positioning with a $5 million gift. ; p. 32 - Business, Public Policy and Social Work Join Forces MBA students learn from, bring special skills to nonprofit boards and, along the way, promote the common good. ; p. 38 - C. K. Prahalad Challenges Michigan to Expand World View To realize its potential as a global university, Michigan must aspire to new, larger goals, including serving the poor, asserts Professor C. K. Prahalad, speaking at an academic symposium held as part of President Mary Sue Coleman's inauguration. ; p. 40 - Tuning into the Real World For many business students, MAP is the reason to come to Michigan. The seven-week, field-based course is the largest program of its kind and a defining feature of the Michigan MBA experience. INTELLECTUAL CAPITAL ; p. 13 - Decision Management: How to Make the Right Ones A company's health is tied directly to the quality of the decisions made daily throughout the organization. Learn how decision management practices- not luck-lead to smart decisions and superior performance. Plus: "10 Cardinal Decision Issues" ; p. 3 - Across the Board A short news roundup, including the new graphic identity; Going green with Alcoa; Honoring Madeleine Albright; Recognizing research, teaching and service; Powering the future with hydrogen; and more. ; p. 11 - Quote Unquote Who is saying what-and where. ; p. 17 - Faculty Research Probing Beyond the Numbers Accounting is more than numbers. It's about people within organizations, including relationships between those presenting the data and those who use it, says Venky Nagar. Plus: Updates on investor savvy, how human resource professionals add strategic value and a landmark survey of Arab Americans. ; p. 21 - Ovation At Ease with the "Suits" and "Crazies" Fred Yaffe, BBA '54, MBA '58, inspires creative types and the business-minded to come together at the Yaffe Center for Persuasive Communication. Plus:Make Your Mark 1st Executive MBA class, 2003 grads set giving record. ; p. 23 - Alumni at Large Scoring Points with NFL Sponsors: A profile of Karen Hudson, BA '91, MBA '95. MBAs Lead Charge up Capitol Hill: Profiles of Congressmen Pete Hoekstra, MBA '77, and Mark Kennedy, MBA '83. ; p. 45 - Alumni Activities Club news from Denver, Detroit, Frankfurt, Miami, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Seattle, Shanghai, Tel Aviv and Zu?rich. p. 47 - Class Notes The goings-on of friends, classmates and colleagues. ; p. 54 - Obituaries ; p. 55 - Alumni Network Update Strengthen ties with the University of Michigan Business School. <http://hdl.handle.net/2027.42/50785>
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