Weatherhead's defining moments of 2012
Posted 12.28.12Weatherhead School of Management shares list of top 10 defining moments of 2012
Scott Shane weighs in on the top issues facing small businesses in 2013
Scott Shane explains why the average S-Corp owner isn't rich
Gary Hunter studies the four faces of the Hispanic consumer
Posted 12.20.12Professor Gary Hunter studies the Hispanic consumer in the Journal of Business Research
Winners of the 2012 Stock Market Simulation Game
EMBA graduate Jeff Ponsky takes on new role at CWRU
Weatherhead graduates stay engaged with EMBARK
Alumni Notes - December
Professor J.B. Silvers named healthcare treasurer of The Joint Commission (TJC)
Richard Boyatzis reveals how he paid for college, how rocket science propelled him into psych, and how NOT to study
Posted 12.11.12Weatherhead School of Management's Richard Boyatzis reveals how he paid for college, how rocket science propelled him into psych, and how NOT to study
Scott Shane's bathtub metaphor for self-employment data
Posted 12.11.12Weatherhead School of Management Professor Scott Shane's bathtub metaphor for self-employment data
Nature or nurture? Boyatzis and Shane on the biology of business
Posted 12.11.12Nature or nurture? The Weatherhead School of Management's Richard Boyatzis and Scott Shane on the biology of business
Professor Scott Fine, weighs in on CFO Magazine's article about shareholder value and public corporations
Fred Collopy's view on design attitude coupled with German philosopher's Throwness concept
Scott Shane on balancing economic control and entrepreneurship
Roger Saillant quoted in article on GMOs, titled "Metabolix Applies Biotech to Plant-Based Economy Development"
Eco-labels: Is design thinking bringing clarity to the chaos?
Inspiration break: Creative confidence, post by Tim Brown
Shane asks if small-business owners are going to spoil the mood?
Weatherhead alumnae helps highly-skilled immigrants
J.B. Silvers on Ohio's health insurance exchange
Weatherhead 100 winners announced!
The lost decade of income, Small Business article by Shane
Fowler Center's Roger Saillant delivered key note address at the Cleveland Engineering Society
Posted 12.4.12Roger Saillant, PhD, Executive Director of the Fowler Center for Sustainable Value, was the key note speaker at the Cleveland Engineering Society's Annual Industrial & Manufacturing Conference. Dr. Saillant discussed the evolution of automotive painting and emissions standards and what they teach us about a long-term sustainability commitment. He also spoke about the Great Wall of China and how a long-term view, with a keen eye on today's balance sheet, leads to success. Roger Saillant, PhD, is a recognized authority in renewable energy and sustainability and has served as a pioneer in fuel cells, energy policy, and holistic management techniques. His extensive corporate experience includes seven years as CEO of Plug Power, a cutting-edge fuel cell company. Prior to that, he was a senior executive at Ford Motor Company and Visteon Corporation, and he has worked to open plants and operations in Eastern Europe, Latin America, and Asia. Dr. Saillant teaches and speaks on sustainability issues, and recent speaking engagements have been at leading colleges and universities including the Sloan School at MIT, Fordham University, and New York University. Another of his passions is communicating sustainability concerns to mainstream society--in this vein, he has recently co-authored a novel, Vapor Trails, dealing with some of today's hottest issues, such as climate change, carbon sequestration, and corporate control. The book has received excellent expert reviews. The Cleveland Engineering Society is a non-profit professional development organization. CES serves the needs of engineering and technical professionals and their employers by providing valued and topical speaker series and conferences, professional testing review courses, and networking and leadership opportunities. CES serves the community with educational outreach programs to encourage high school and middle school students to study engineering at the many fine northeast Ohio colleges or universities and to pursue engineering careers in northeast Ohio. See www.cesnet.org for more information.
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