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                              thursday, June 23 :: 10:30 – 11:45 am



    emerging Technologies and Today’s Students                           implementing your Social media Plan
    (sponsored by mBa roundtable)                                        Salon aB, 4Th floor
    TremonT, loBBy level                                                 discover the key elements of a successful social media
    If electronic books, mobile technology, and cloud                    plan. the speakers will use specific examples from
    computing don’t seem relevant to you now, get ready:                 different schools to explain social media’s tactical
    they soon will. according to the 2011 Horizon                        components, such as your content plan and marketing
    Report, these three technologies will have a significant             outreach for individual social networking sites. they
    impact on teaching and learning in higher education                  will discuss collaborating with internal stakeholder
    in the next five years. this session will give you an                groups and making the most of scarce resources when
    overview of this report plus insights into students’                 managing your social media campaigns. and they will
    technology preferences and how they use technologies                 explore social media’s role in your overall marketing
    in their academic lives.                                             and communications strategy, including the importance
    VerOnICa dIaZ, associate director, eduCause Learning Initiative,
                                                                         of setting realistic goals and measuring results.
    eduCause                                                             steVen LuBranO, assistant dean and Chief Operating Officer,
                                                                         tuck school of Business at dartmouth, dartmouth College

                                                                         daVId MOLdaVsKy, Vice President, Web strategy and Operations,
    The future of the mBa in asia                                        Graduate Management admission Council

    ProvinceTown, 4Th floor

    Gain a greater understanding of the value of MBas
                                                                         managing your Stress
    in asia, including the skills asian businesses need to
    succeed and how hiring and recruitment trends are                    arlingTon, 3rd floor

    evolving. the presenters have broad backgrounds in                   do you feel you’re always on the go but seldom
    corporations and on campus. they will offer you the                  in control of your time? Is stress affecting your
    corporate perspective, including recruiting experiences              output at work? here’s your chance to explore the
    with asian and foreign MBas; provide an overview of                  effects of stress on your professional productivity
    the region’s educational landscape; and cover hiring                 while you acquire the tools to manage your own
    and recruiting trends, the profiles asian corporations               stress effectively.
    seek, and best practices.                                            staCey shIPMan, stress Management Consultant
    Mary GranGer, associate director, admissions and Career services,
    aPaC region, esade Business school

    LInda Myers, Global Business Partner, WorldWisehr,                   millennials on Board: understanding
    Global human resources Consulting                                    and educating a new generation of
    ZhIWen yIn, associate dean, school of Management, Fudan university   Business School Students
                                                                         SimmonS, 3rd floor

                                                                         as your business school classrooms fill up with the
                                                                         millennial generation — born between 1982 and 2002—
                                                                         you need to understand where they’re coming from,
                                                                         what they’re looking for, and how to leverage their
                                                                         talents. the author of Millennials on Board: The Impact
                                                                         of the Rising Generation on the Workplace will talk
                                                                         about the characteristics of these students, including
                                                                         the experiential factors that affect this generation’s
                                                                         outlook and their assumptions about education and
                                                                         work. then she’ll help you understand the associated
                                                                         highlights and hurdles these present.
                                                                         raCheL reIser, associate dean, academic services, Babson College

                                                                         repeated at 3:45 pm Thursday




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revealing your Brand uniqueness                                      what aigac research can Tell
Through the Power of Storytelling                                    you about outstanding applicants
welleSley, 3rd floor                                                 BoylSTon, loBBy level

how can storytelling help you convey your school’s                   For the third consecutive year, the association of
institutional culture? Our expert speaker has a wealth               International Graduate admission Consultants (aIGaC)
of experience working with both corporations and                     has sponsored a survey that uncovers the mindset of
business schools on exactly this challenge. after                    applicants to leading MBa programs around the globe.
introducing the concept of storytelling in marketing                 the survey covers the factors driving their decisions
and branding, he will share insights into how the                    about when and where to apply, the messages that
technique can influence your candidates’ decision-                   resonate most, and how these applicants prefer to get
making process and reposition your school in                         their information. this session will explore what these
the market.                                                          survey results can mean to your school, particularly if
         ʹ
antOnIO nuÑeZ, Founder, story and strategy                           you’re looking to attract high-caliber candidates.

repeated at 3:45 pm Thursday                                         daWna CLarKe, director of admissions,
                                                                     tuck school of Business at dartmouth, dartmouth College

                                                                     Kara reGan, senior Manager, recruitment and admissions,
Take control of your own career                                      London Business school

Salon cd, 4Th floor                                                  CheryL sLOVer-LInett, Managing Partner, slover Linett strategies Inc.

are you giving students job advice but failing to                    MOderatOr: GrahaM rIChMOnd, President, aIGaC,
                                                                     and Co-founder and CeO, Clear admit
actively manage your own career? don’t miss this
dynamic session about updating your own career road
map. a career coach will help you reflect on how you
got where you are and the possibilities for your future.
then a three-person panel will showcase their unique
career paths, including what brought them to their first
b-school job and how they leveraged that experience
to grow within the business school, on campus, or in
the corporate world. this session will give you both the
resources and inspiration to feel good about what’s
possible and how to get there.
rOBert F. BOnner, associate dean, Graduate and executive Programs,
Villanova school of Business, Villanova university

danIeL GarZa, senior director of undergraduate Programs,
daniels College of Business, university of denver

KrIs neBeL, human resources director,
Baking and small Planet Food divisions, General Mills, Inc.

MOderatOr: JOan CraIG, Vice President, director of Professional
services, Greater Philadelphia/delaware region, Lee hecht harrison

repeated at 2 pm Thursday




:: Presentations and handouts will be available post-conference at: www.gmac.com/2011annualconferencehandouts

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     II                          concurrent sessions
                                  thursday, June 23 :: 2 – 3:15 pm



     engaging ambassadors in the                                               multicultural recruitment marketing:
     recruitment Process                                                       now a “must do,” not a “nice to do”
     TremonT, loBBy level                                                      Salon aB, 4Th floor

     engaging students, alumni, and faculty in your                            the percentage of underrepresented minorities
     recruitment process is becoming increasingly critical,                    attending business school does not come close to
     especially as marketing moves away from traditional                       matching up with the growing diversity in the united
     channels. this session will explore the unique models                     states (where one in four under the age of 18 are
     that schools use to leverage these ambassadors,                           hispanic). you know the business case for diversity:
     both in marketing their programs and in the student                       Classroom discussions and student experiences will be
     selection process. this discussion will cover the                         richer and companies will produce better bottom line
     pros and cons of these models, ways to engage and                         results. But even though the need is clear, the impact
     motivate these constituents, and how to partner with                      has been slow to take hold. In this session, we’ll build
     departments throughout your school to create a                            upon the existing research and pipeline programs
     cohesive strategy.                                                        already in place. We’ll revisit your diversity recruiting
     LIsa BeVILL, director of admissions, Full-time Programs,                  efforts, providing ideas and tips to develop an effective
     Ie Business school                                                        outreach strategy. We’ll discuss important factors
                                                                               that will provide a more holistic marketing approach
     tIM hOssaIn, senior associate director of admissions,
     Michael G. Foster school of Business, university of Washington, seattle
                                                                               when you’re reaching out to diverse audiences. and
                                                                               we’ll study examples from inside and outside the
     a.M. Kannan, director of admissions and Financial aid,
                                                                               academic world as well as pitfalls to avoid. Join us for a
     Indian school of Business, hyderabad
                                                                               provocative and practical discussion!
     MOderatOr: sOOJIn KWOn KOh, director of admissions,
                                                                               nICOLe LIndsay, executive director, new york needs you
     stephen M. ross school of Business, university of Michigan
                                                                               FaVIO MartIneZ, Marketing and research Chief,
                                                                               Inter-american development Bank

     ethical decision making for B-School                                      MOderatOr: erIC ChaMBers, director, Key Initiatives,
     Program directors                                                         Graduate Management admission Council

     arlingTon, 3rd floor

     as a business school professional, you face ethical                       The next generation gmaT exam: Ten
     dilemmas involving a complex set of stakeholders.
                                                                               Things every admissions Professional
     the most difficult situations typically present two
                                                                               Should Know
     or more justifiable alternatives — and sometimes two
     right answers. an MBa program director and ethics                         SuffolK, 3rd floor

     professor will guide you through several common                           In 2009, graduate business school faculty members
     dilemmas and present a values-focused decision-                           identified skills they believed to be important to
     making process to resolve them. this interactive                          students’ academic success. Measuring these unique
     session will make certain that the next time you                          skills is the focus of the next Generation GMat exam.
     face a “right vs. right” ethical dilemma, you’ll have                     now that the launch of nextGen is less than a year
     a framework to help you work through it.                                  away, there are certain things you may want to know as
     rIChard COuGhLan, senior associate dean,                                  you prepare for fall recruiting and the next admissions
     robins school of Business, university of richmond                         cycle. If you have not been part of previous GMaC
                                                                               presentations on the new Integrated reasoning
                                                                               section and the next Generation GMat, please join
     managing your Team’s Stress                                               this interactive session to learn more about changes
     SimmonS, 3rd floor
                                                                               in the exam.
                                                                               daWna CLarKe, director of admissions,
     Is stress affecting your team’s ability to perform?
                                                                               tuck school of Business at dartmouth, dartmouth College
     Would you like to learn how to bring the stress level
     down? this session will help you as a supervisor to see                   ashOK sarathy, Vice President, GMat Operations,
                                                                               Graduate Management admission Council
     the effect of stress on your team members and give
     you the tools to identify and help manage their stress.                   saBrIna WhIte, Client services specialist,
                                                                               Graduate Management admission Council
     staCey shIPMan, stress Management Consultant




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The online mBa: it’s here to Stay                                          Take control of your own career
BoylSTon, loBBy level                                                      Salon cd, 4Th floor

the trend toward delivering the MBa online is gaining                      are you giving students job advice but failing to
momentum. In this session, you’ll learn about why                          actively manage your own career? don’t miss this
schools add an online component, the challenges                            dynamic session about updating your own career road
involved in starting up, program assessment, and                           map. a career coach will help you reflect on how you
what the future of online MBas looks like. you will also                   got where you are and the possibilities for your future.
compare how online and traditional programs handle                         then a three-person panel will showcase their unique
recruitment, admissions, and marketing as well as                          career paths, including what brought them to their first
student graduation rates. Online MBas are here to stay;                    b-school job and how they leveraged that experience
maintain your competitive edge by becoming informed                        to grow within the business school, on campus, or in
about this growing trend.                                                  the corporate world. this session will give you both the
susan e. Cates, executive director, MBa@unC,                               resources and inspiration to feel good about what’s
Kenan-Flagler Business school, university of north Carolina, Chapel hill   possible and how to get there.
JOnathan Lees, executive director, the Warwick MBa,                        rOBert F. BOnner, associate dean, Graduate and executive Programs,
Warwick Business school                                                    Villanova school of Business, Villanova university

erIC rIChards, Kelley direct Public Programs Chair,                        danIeL GarZa, senior director of undergraduate Programs,
Kelley school of Business, Indiana university                              daniels College of Business, university of denver

MOderatOr: Kate e. KLePPer, associate dean, Graduate Business              KrIs neBeL, human resources director,
Programs, College of Business administration, northeastern university      Baking and small Planet Food divisions, General Mills, Inc.

                                                                           MOderatOr: JOan CraIG, Vice President, director of Professional
                                                                           services, Greater Philadelphia/delaware region, Lee hecht harrison
online communications: matching the media                                  repeated from 10:30 am Thursday
to the message
welleSley, 3rd floor

a cohesive online presence is a must in today’s socially
networked world. however, the overwhelming number
of tools available and the need to stay ahead of the
trends make it difficult to get your message across. a
communications and social media strategist will discuss
the latest social media tools and draw on case studies
of successful school campaigns, including why they
worked well. you will leave with ideas on how to fine-
tune online communications of your own.
MIChaeL stOner, President and Partner, mstoner

repeated at 9 am friday




:: Presentations and handouts will be available post-conference at: www.gmac.com/2011annualconferencehandouts

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 III                             concurrent sessions
                                  thursday, June 23 :: 3:45 – 5 pm



     leadership: lost in Translation                                           managing Time So That
     BoylSTon, loBBy level                                                     it doesn’t manage you
     have you ever considered how applicants from                              SuffolK, 3rd floor
     different cultures interpret and assess the term                          In the world of graduate management education,
     “leadership”? In this session, you will consider how                      where everyone is expected to do more with less, you
     cross-cultural communication concepts, such as this                       need practical, easy-to-apply tools and techniques for
     one, impact your work. you will also explore key                          juggling multiple tasks, priorities, and deadlines. this
     communication challenges and gain insights that will                      workshop is designed to help you avoid multitasking
     help you become a truly global professional and avoid                     madness. Learn to prioritize, plan, and manage so that
     letting your message get “lost in translation.”                           you can control your workload, instead of letting it get
     MIChaeL tOdd shInhOLster, Principal Consultant,                           the best of you.
     highroad Global services, Inc.                                            haLeLLy aZuLay, President, talentGrow

                                                                               repeated at 9 am friday

     lose control, get attention: The art of
     getting noticed in a Socially networked                                   managing up
     news cycle
                                                                               arlingTon, 3rd floor
     ProvinceTown, 4Th floor
                                                                               are you good at managing up? What are you risking
     Why does the kid down the street attract millions                         if you aren’t? In this interactive session, you’ll assess
     of youtube views with his video about feeding his                         both your style and goals and those of your supervisor.
     dog while your carefully crafted video montage on                         then you’ll learn strategies and tools for managing
     life at business school barely gets two dozen? When                       your boss. By successfully managing up, you can have
     did turning control over to the audience become a                         a genuine impact on prospects for success — your own,
     strategy instead of a mishap? When did the rules of                       your manager’s, and your organization’s.
     promotion and communication change? Join this panel
                                                                               KaryLL shaW, associate dean for MBa and Professional Master’s
     of communicators, new media observers, and the
                                                                               Programs, eli Broad College of Business, Michigan state university
     self-proclaimed stars of “the MBa show” to discuss
     the benefits of losing control, the means to turn your
     audience into messengers, and the ways in which your
                                                                               millennials on Board: understanding
     school might become a social media news machine.
                                                                               and educating a new generation of
     stick around after the session for a live taping of
     “the MBa show.”
                                                                               Business School Students
                                                                               SimmonS, 3rd floor
     MIrO KaZaKOFF, Co-host, “the MBa show,” MBa Class of 2011,
     MIt sloan school of Management                                            as your business school classrooms fill up with the
     tOM rOse, Co-host, “the MBa show,” MBa Class of 2011,                     millennial generation — born between 1982 and 2002—
     MIt sloan school of Management                                            you need to understand where they’re coming from,
                                                                               what they’re looking for, and how to leverage their
     OMar WasOW, Co-founder and strategic advisor for the social
     networking site BlackPlanet and Phd candidate, african-american studies
                                                                               talents. the author of Millennials on Board: The Impact
     and Political science, harvard university                                 of the Rising Generation on the Workplace will talk
                                                                               about the characteristics of these students, including
     Ken WhIte, executive director, Office of Marketing Communications,
                                                                               the experiential factors that affect this generation’s
     robert h. smith school of Business, university of Maryland
                                                                               outlook and their assumptions about education and
     MOderatOr: rIChard d’aMatO, Vice President,
                                                                               work. then she’ll help you understand the associated
     Global Communications, Graduate Management admission Council
                                                                               highlights and hurdles these present.
                                                                               raCheL reIser, associate dean, academic services, Babson College

                                                                               repeated from 10:30 am Thursday




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mobile marketing: The newest Tool                              revealing your Brand uniqueness
in your marketing Toolbox                                      Through the Power of Storytelling
Salon cd, 4Th floor                                            welleSley, 3rd floor

Participating in mobile marketing is no longer optional!       how can storytelling help you convey your school’s
In this powerful session, you will find out what mobile        institutional culture? Our expert speaker has a wealth
marketing is and is not from the author of The Mobile          of experience working with both corporations and
Marketing Handbook. after sharing six ways to provide          business schools on exactly this challenge. after
value via mobile, she will walk you through the ideal          introducing the concept of storytelling in marketing
mobile website setup and a variety of text-messaging           and branding, he will share insights into how the
campaigns you can undertake. you’ll also learn more            technique can influence your candidates’ decision-
about mobile apps and Qr codes (those black-and-               making process and reposition your school in
white squares that can be read by a barcode reader             the market.
app). this session will include real-life examples and                  ʹ
                                                               antOnIO nuÑeZ, Founder, story and strategy
live mobile-marketing demonstrations, so be sure to
                                                               repeated from 10:30 am Thursday
bring your mobile phone.
KIM dushInsKI, President, Mobile Marketing Profits, and CeO,
International Mobile Marketing Business network
                                                               what do women want?
repeated at 9 am friday
                                                               TremonT, loBBy level

                                                               If you’ve ever wondered how women from various
reignite your marketing                                        cultures and regions think about graduate management
                                                               education, this session will offer the insights you need.
Strategies and Tactics
                                                               this panel discussion, which will use GMaC data, will
Salon aB, 4Th floor
                                                               focus on ways that regional differences affect how
need new ideas to energize your marketing efforts?             women in the business school pipeline experience the
Members of the GMaC staff will share how they’re               MBa decision-making process, their preferences and
using business intelligence and tracking tools in              motivations for pursuing graduate education, and what
pipeline-growth initiatives that deliver real results.         messages they focus on and embrace.
they’ll talk about how email and student campaigns,            PearL MaO, executive director of MBa Programs,
social media, and event marketing can reach diverse            school of economics and Management, tsinghua university
audiences and then help you apply some of the
                                                               eLIssa sanGster, executive director, Forté Foundation
lessons learned to your own school’s marketing efforts.
                                                               aVIVah WIttenBerG-COX, Chief executive Officer, 20-first
audience participation is a must! you’ll have the
opportunity to share your own best practices and help          MOderatOr: MICheLLe sParKMan-renZ, director,
re-ignite your GMe colleagues’ marketing strategies.           research Communications, Graduate Management admission Council

PePe Carreras, Vice President, Marketing Operations,
Graduate Management admission Council

Betsy KaCIZaK, Client services specialist,
Graduate Management admission Council




:: Presentations and handouts will be available post-conference at: www.gmac.com/2011annualconferencehandouts

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IV                              concurrent sessions
                                FrIday, June 24 :: 9 – 10:15 am



     The mBa hiring landscape:                                             minimizing melt
     managing career expectations                                          Salon aBc, 4Th floor
     BoylSTon, loBBy level                                                 Learn about the tools and activities that maintain
     the economic volatility of the last few years has                     candidate engagement throughout the enrollment
     brought a lot of change to MBa hiring. Join top                       process. First Brian niles, a CrM and customer
     researchers from GMaC and universum to hear key                       experience expert, will open the session with a content
     insights from their recently published reports. topics                overview. then you can join the conversation through
     include: which industries and employers have a strong                 roundtable discussions facilitated by professionals from
     appetite for hiring MBas and what skills they expect                  business schools with high admission yields. to ensure
     from new graduates; which industries are still in                     that the content is relevant to you, roundtables will be
     recovery mode or have shifted to a different audience;                organized by type of program: part-time and executive
     and what MBa students are seeking in terms of career                  MBas, full-time MBas with an intake of fewer than 300
     goals and preferred employers. you’ll come away with                  participants, and full-time MBas with an intake larger
     important data to help you manage prospective MBa                     than 300 participants.
     students’ career expectations and ensure that your                    BrIan nILes, CeO, targetX
     next class’s goals line up with reality.
                                                                           FaCILItatOrs:
     KarL-JOhan hasseLstrÖM, us regional Manager,
                                                                           aManda CarLsOn, director, admissions,
     north-east, universum
                                                                           Columbia Business school, Columbia university
     GreGG sChOenFeLd, director, Management education research,
                                                                           KrIsta LarsOn, director, admissions and recruitment,
     Graduate Management admission Council
                                                                           schulich school of Business, york university
     JaCKIe WILBur, senior director, Career development,
                                                                           erIn nICKLesBurG, director, admissions and recruitment,
     MIt sloan school of Management
                                                                           Wisconsin school of Business, university of Wisconsin-Madison



     managing mBa Student learning Teams                                   mobile marketing: The newest Tool
     (sponsored by mBa roundtable)                                         in your marketing Toolbox
     ProvinceTown, 4Th floor
                                                                           Salon d, 4Th floor
     how can you, as a faculty member or MBa
                                                                           Participating in mobile marketing is no longer optional!
     administrator, provide the best possible support to
                                                                           In this powerful session, you will find out what mobile
     MBa student learning teams while also improving their
                                                                           marketing is and is not from the author of The Mobile
     skills in and knowledge of teamwork? In this session,
                                                                           Marketing Handbook. after sharing six ways to provide
     we will explore several innovative best practices. you
                                                                           value via mobile, she will walk you through the ideal
     will garner and share advice about team assignments,
                                                                           mobile website setup and a variety of text-messaging
     effective coaching models, web-based support tools,
                                                                           campaigns you can undertake. you’ll also learn more
     guided processes, and assessment instruments.
                                                                           about mobile apps and Qr codes (those black-and-
     sandI deaCOn Carr, Faculty director, Center for team Learning,        white squares that can be read by a barcode reader
     school of Management, Boston university                               app). this session will include real-life examples and
     Lynn KraGe, senior associate director, Graduate Leadership Program,   live mobile-marketing demonstrations, so be sure to
     the Wharton school, university of Pennsylvania                        bring your mobile phone.
                                                                           KIM dushInsKI, President, Mobile Marketing Profits, and CeO,
                                                                           International Mobile Marketing Business network
     managing Time So That
                                                                           repeated from 3:45 pm Thursday
     it doesn’t manage you
     SuffolK, 3rd floor

     In the world of graduate management education,
     where everyone is expected to do more with less, you
     need practical, easy-to-apply tools and techniques for
     juggling multiple tasks, priorities, and deadlines. this
     workshop is designed to help you avoid multitasking
     madness. Learn to prioritize, plan, and manage so that
     you can control your workload, instead of letting it get
     the best of you.
     haLeLLy aZuLay, President, talentGrow

     repeated from 3:45 pm Thursday



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online communications:                                     university Brand vs. B-School Brand:
matching the media to the message                          how to coordinate for maximum visibility
welleSley, 3rd floor                                       TremonT, loBBy level

a cohesive online presence is a must in today’s socially   the university brand. the business school brand. the
networked world. however, the overwhelming number          various program brands. does it ever seem there are so
of tools available and the need to stay ahead of the       many brands that it’s hard to keep them straight—not
trends make it difficult to get your message across. a     to mention keep track of their unique characteristics
communications and social media strategist will discuss    and strategies? Let us help you. Led by a marketing
the latest social media tools and draw on case studies     expert who will pose key questions and manage the
of successful school campaigns, including why they         Q&a, this session will showcase how the university
worked well. you will leave with ideas on how to fine-     of edinburgh and the american university pulled
tune online communications of your own.                    different brands together into one powerful message
MIChaeL stOner, President and Partner, mstoner             while participating in their university-wide branding
                                                           initiatives. you’ll leave the session with at least five
repeated from 2 pm Thursday
                                                           take-aways about how to participate in or incorporate
                                                           university branding into your business school.

responding to unconscious Bias                             sIMOn earP, Corporate development director,
                                                           university of edinburgh Business school
Through empowered Bystander action
                                                           Lara M. KLIne, assistant dean of Marketing and strategy,
SimmonS, 3rd floor
                                                           Kogod school of Business, american university
What should you do when you hear subtly denigrating
                                                           MOderatOr: eLIZaBeth sCarBOrOuGh, CeO, simpsonscarborough
comments about a non-traditional MBa applicant who’s
not getting due consideration from the full admissions
committee? Bystander awareness and action are critical
for responding to unconscious biases and showing
that you value a diverse and inclusive environment.
this dynamic professional development workshop,
developed at the MIt sloan school of Management and
the Center for Gender in Organizations at the simmons
school of Management, will be co-facilitated by scholar-
practitioners with years of experience in inspiring
effective bystanders. through interactive scenarios,
they will give you the framework and tools to make a
difference when you encounter unconscious biases that
divert your organization from its espoused values.
staCy BLaKe-Beard, associate Professor of Management,
simmons school of Management

Maureen a. sCuLLy, associate Professor of Management,
university of Massachusetts, Boston




:: Presentations and handouts will be available post-conference at: www.gmac.com/2011annualconferencehandouts

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