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Contents Preface Acknowledgments Part I The Strategic Challenge Chapter One: More Than a Number Mimi Wolverton and Larry E. Penley Chapter Two: Strategically Embracing Innovation Mimi Wolverton and Larry E. Penley Chapter Three: What It Takes to Be Strategically Innovative Mimi Wolverton and Larry E. Penley Part II Case Studies Chapter Four: A Work in Progress: Transforming the University of Washington Business School Yosh Gupta Chapter Five: The Robert H. Smith School of Business: Building a Technology Powerhouse Howard Frank Chapter Six: Aggies, Integrity, and MBAs: The Mays MBA Program at Texas A&M University Dan H. Robertson Chapter Seven: University of Georgia's Terry College of Business: Leadership Comes Naturally to the Oldest Business School in the South Paul Karr Chapter Eight: DuPree College of Management at Georgia Tech: A College Positioned for a Compelling Opportunity Terry C. Blum and Nathan Bennett Chapter Nine: J. Mack Robinson College of Business: Reinventing Business Education in the 21st Century Gary W. McKillips and Rhonda Mullen Chapter Ten: Local Interconnectedness and International Outlook: The Joseph M. Katz Graduate School of Business, University of Pittsburgh Frederick Winter Chapter Eleven: Defining a Niche: Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina Catherine Hines Wills and Jan Collins Chapter Twelve: Krannert Graduate School of Management, Purdue University: Where Business and Technology Meet Tim Newton Chapter Thirteen: Indiana University, Kelley School of Business: A Long History of Innovation James C. Wimbush Chapter Fourteen: Warrington College of Business, University of Florida: The Path to Excellence John Kraft Chapter Fifteen: A Phoenix on the Rise: Arizona State University's W. P. Carey School of Business Elizabeth Farquahar and Larry E. Penley Part III Conclusions Chapter Sixteen: Being Strategic about Innovation: Lessons for Business Schools, Future Graduate Students, and Potential Employers Mimi Wolverton and Larry E. Penley References About the Editors and Contributors
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Business education -- United States.
Master of business administration degree -- United States.
Business schools -- United States.