Educating Leaders for the Global Economy
 Datetime:2011-09-14  Clicks:21

Time: 3:00 pm, 19 Sep. 2011
Place: Auditorium of SOM (2nd floor of management building)


Educating Leaders for the Global Economy
Reporter: Prof. Norman S. Wright, Ph.D. in Management from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, dean of the Woodbury School of Business and Professor of Management, Utah Valley University. Prof. Wright used to be acting dean of the College of Business (by law one must be Saudi to carry the title of Dean) and professor of Management, Alfaisal University, visiting professor of Finance, Brigham Young University Hawaii, assistant dean and professor of Business Management, Zayed University and chair and associate professor, Department of Management, Marketing, and Public Administration, American University of Sharjah.

Developing a Useful Business Model
Reporter: Dr. J. KENT MILLINGTON, DBA degree, director of Technology Commercialization, Utah Valley University. Experienced senior executive with extensive P&L responsibility and a strong record of building profitable operations in large companies as well as entrepreneurial ventures.  International experience having lived in three countries, with substantial experience and networks in Asia (China, Japan, Thailand, Philippines). Specialist in developing new technologies into profitable businesses. Professor of entrepreneurship and finance with excellent teaching skills.


Reconciling differing models of the business: The “undiscovered country” in international technology transfers
Reporter: Dr. David N McArthur, Ph.D. in Business Administration, Associate Professor of International Business & Strategy, Chair of Department of Management, Woodbury School of Business, Utah Valley University. Dr. McArthur has Wide‐ranging teaching experience in graduate and undergraduate courses to traditional, adult, and executive students at Utah Valley University, University of Nevada ‐ Las Vegas, Loyola University New Orleans, Augusta State University, Auburn University at Montgomery, University of South Carolina, Coker College, South Carolina State University, Brigham Young University, and at Northeastern University, Shenyang, China.


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