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Graduate Symposium October 9, 2006

Posted by Lee Cherry in Uncategorized.
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Friday, October 20, 2006
7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley

Once again, the NC State College of Management Graduate Symposium committee has assembled a selection of panelists to lead insightful discussions on topics of concern to business managers and leaders in today’s highly competitive, global environment. Topics in the areas of finance, accounting, innovation management, biotechnology, supply chain, sustainable business and other aspects of business management will be discussed.

Head out to this half-day program of meaningful dialogue and bring your Moleskine notebooks. BTW, It’s business casual dress — a current resume couldn’t hurt.
There is no charge to attend, but preregistration is required.

Key Panel Discussion Sessions (bolded) that would be of interest to those in the design community include:

Session 1
Implications of Changing Payment Mechanisms: John Lapp
Intellectual Property: Protecting Worldwide Assets: David Baumer
Managing Complexity in the Global Supply Chain: Don Warsing
Challenges of Enterprise Security and Information Privacy: Julie Earp
Where has Managerial Execution Gone? John McCreery

Session 2
Sustainable Business: John Morrison, VP, Operations, Advanced Energy
Effective Use of Hedging Strategies for Risk Minimization: Bruce Branson
Design Thinking Management: Lynda Aiman-Smith
Capital Requirements in Banking: Denis Pelletier
Biotech Alliance Management: Gabe Cipau, CIMS Fellow
Although the event is free, you must register for a slot. Click here for more information about registering for the event.


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