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  • Michael Goldberg, assistant professor of Design & Innovation, and former SBA head Steve Preston, the CEO of Livingston International, answer MSNBC viewer questions about exporting your product and dealing with distributors who take unauthorized chargebacks.
  • Dean Karabogias, EMBA '14, works to eliminate the heavy debt burden of payday lending and its effect on society by partnering with employers to offer alternative lending solutions.
  • The 2015 World Appreciative Inquiry Conference will be held in Johannesburg, South Africa July 6-10. David Cooperrider, PhD, is the honorary chair for this year's conference.
  • "We have a once-in-an-age opportunity for business innovation to be recognized as a truly powerful, positive force for good in the world." - David Cooperrider, on the launch of the Flourish Prizes at the UN 2015 Global Forum for Responsible Management Education in New York City.
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Giving to the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University is a powerful investment in today's management education as well as future business and community leaders. The generosity of our donors plays a critical role in our success. Your gift provides necessary support for our most pertinent needs: scholarships, program development, interdisciplinary initiatives, innovation using design principles and sustainable value.

Giving Initiatives

  • Help shape the future of the United States

    The Strategic Innovation Lab is developing the next Grand Strategy for the United States. The new Grand Strategy envisions what it will take to deliver walkable communities, sustainable economies, and multilateral diplomacy to strengthen and prepare the United States to meet the challenges for the 21st century.
  • Forward Thinking Campaign

    The Weatherhead School of Management is committed to raising $65 million as part of the University-wide Forward Thinking Campaign goal of $1.5 billion. Nearly $54 million of Weatherhead's goal has already been raised to date. The Forward Thinking Campaign offers opportunities to pair your passions with our greatest needs.