EVENT: Harvard's Richard S. Tedlow Will Give McInally Lecture on Nov. 8
DATE: 5 p.m. Nov. 8
EVENT: 39th annual William K. McInally Memorial Lecture by Richard S. Tedlow, author and specialist in the history of business.
His talk, "What the Titans Can Teach Us: Lessons from the Giants of Enterprise," will be based on his scholarly research on CEOs and entrepreneurs.
Tedlow, the Class of 1949 Professor of Business Administration at the Harvard Business School, is the author of a number of books, including "Giants of Enterprise: Seven Business Innovators and the Empires They Built"—one of the top 10 business books of 2001 by BusinessWeek magazine.
"Professor Tedlow is simply the most insightful and engaging business speaker I have ever heard," said Dean Robert J. Dolan. "He lectures to companies around the world, and we are most fortunate to welcome him to Ann Arbor."
Tedlow received a bachelor's degree (1969) from Yale University and a master's (1971) and doctorate (1976) in history from Columbia University.
The McInally Lecture began in 1966 in memory of William K. McInally, who served on the University of Michigan Board of Regents from 1960 until 1964. Past speakers include Madeleine Albright, Andrew Young, Martha Seger, F. Lee Bailey and C. K. Prahalad.
PLACE: Hale Auditorium, Ross School of Business (corner of Hill and Tappan streets)
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
For more information, contact:
Phone: (734) 936-1015 or 647-1847