The George S. Dively Building offers a state-of-the-art learning environment, superlative educational resources, and amenities and hospitality to match.
With 6 meeting rooms and 7,625 square feet of meeting space, the Dively Building provides a spectacular setting for Weatherhead’s degree and non-degree executive education programs. In addition, the facility is popular with corporations, nonprofit organizations, and professional associations for meetings and individual management development programs.
Many organizations have discovered the unique executive advantages of the Dively Building oover other conference facilities:
- Our University Circle location is easily accessible by car or public transportation, yet removed from the noise and distractions of downtown, providing an optimal learning environment.
- The range and flexibility of spaces available—comfortably accommodating as few as 12 to more than 200 people—make the Dively Building ideal for virtually any meeting or management development program.
- First-class amenities include high quality catering and meal services, access to a full complement of audio/visual equipment, and connections to Case Western Reserve University’s fiber-optic computer network and CWRUnet.
- Our professional staff offers assistance in planning your meeting, serves as a liaison with the resources of the Weatherhead School of Management and CWRU, and provides personal attention on the day of your event to ensure a successful outcome.
About George S. Dively
George S. Dively, a business leader and visionary who pioneered the concept of professional management and advocated the continuing development of practicing executives, was Chairman Emeritus of Harris Corporation, a multinational producer of high-technology communications and information processing equipment. During his 35-year tenure with Harris, he exemplified effective, participative leadership, and his legacy helped to form the foundation of modern management practice. With his remarkable ability to envision and anticipate changes to come, Dively espoused the value of long-term organizational planning and life-long executive development.
The son of a schoolteacher, Dively was committed to personal and corporate involvement in the advancement of higher education. He served as Vice Chairman of the Board of Trustees of CWRU and had a positive impact upon the growth and development of this institution. He was likewise dedicated to the renewal of the greater Cleveland community and was a driving force behind the creation of Cleveland Tomorrow.
The George S. Dively Building demonstrates this admirable Clevelander's enduring commitment and contributions to the advancement of professional management and to his community.
For more information on the Dively Building please contact the Conference Service Manager at 216.368.0019.