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									                 NACRA Annual Meeting Schedule 2006


Wednesday October 18

5:30-9:30 pm        Board of Directors (2005-2006)        CATALINA II


Thursday October 19

8:30 -9:30 am       Program Registration                  SE FOYER

9:00 - 11:45 am     Newcomers’ Workshop                   SONOMA I & II
12:00 – 1:00 pm     Newcomers’ Lunch

2:00 pm- 4:00 pm    Embryo Coaching sessions              CATALINA I


1:30 - 5:30 pm      Program Registration                  SE FOYER

4:00 - 4:30 pm      Session Leaders’ Workshop             CATALINA I

4:30 - 6:00 pm      Plenary Session:                          BALLROOM V-VIII
                    Bear Cub Panel
                    Moderator: David Rosenthal
                    Panelists: Jeffrey P. Shay, Sally Baack, John Gamble
                    Case Teaching Strategies, Tactics and Innovations: What
                    the “Bear Cubs” are doing in their classes

6:00 -7:00 pm       Opening reception (Cash Bar)          SE FOYER

7:00 - 9:00 pm      Dinner                                BALLROOM I-IV




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Friday October 20

7:30 am- noon         Program Registration                     SE FOYER

7:30 – 8:30 am        Continental Breakfast                    SE FOYER

7:30 - 8:30 am        CRJ Editorial Board Meeting              BRICKSTONES


8:45 -10:15 am        Case Workshop Roundtable Sessions

Note: All case presenters are expected to participate in their assigned roundtable
sessions on both Friday and Saturday mornings. Roundtable sessions are open to all
conference participants.

See pages 5-22 for listings of cases and authors by session.

              Accounting                                       BALLROOM I
              Business & Society/Ethics- I                     BALLROOM II
              Business & Society/Ethica- II                    BALLROOM III
              Business Policy & Strategy- I                    CATALINA I
              Business Policy & Strategy- II                   CATALINA I
              Business Policy & Strategy- III                  CATALINA I
              Education                                        BALLROOM VI
              Finance/ Economics- I                            BALLROOM VII
              Finance/ Economics-II                            BALLROOM VIII
              International Business- I                        BRICKSTONES
              International Business- II                       BRICKSTONES
              Marketing- I                                     SAN DIEGO II
              Marketing- II                                    SAN DIEGO II
              NFP/ Operations                                  SAN DIEGO I
              OB/ OT/ HRM- I                                   SONOMA I
              OB/ OT/ HRM- II                                  EXEC CONF RM
              Small Business/ Entrep.- I                       SONOMA II
              Small Business/ Entrep.- II                      SONOMA II


10:15-10:45 am        Break                                    SE FOYER

10:45- noon           Case Workshop Roundtable Sessions resume




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Friday October 20 continued


Noon-2:00 pm              Luncheon                         BALLROOM IV-V


2:00 - 3:15 pm      Concurrent Sessions


                    Christiansen Award Winning Case         SAN DIEGO I & II
              The author will teach his award winning case.

                          NATHAN GILES
                          Ashak Rao, Babson College

                    Case Research for Theory Building SONOMA I & II
                    & Testing Symposium I (see page 23)


                    Xanedu Coursepack Demonstration        CATALINA II


3:15 – 3:30         BREAK                                  SE FOYER


3:30 – 4:45         Concurrent Sessions


                    Teaching with Cases Symposium          SAN DIEGO I&II
                    (see page 25)

                    Case Research for Theory Building SONOMA I & II
                    & Testing Symposium II (see page 24)


                    Publishing in and Reviewing for the    CATALINA I
                    Case Research Journal
                    with CRJ editor, Lew Brown


                    Xanedu Coursepack Demonstration        CATALINA II




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Friday Evening October 20

6:00 -6:30 pm     Depart by bus for the San Diego Zoo

6:30 – 9:30 pm    Animal Presentation and Dinner at Sidney’s Grill (Cash Bar)

9:30 – 10:00 pm   Return by bus to the Doubletree Mission Valley




Saturday October 21

7:30 - 8:30 am    Continental Breakfast                   SE FOYER


7:30 - 8:45 am    Advisory Council Meeting                MV BOARDROOM

9:00 -10:00 am    Case Workshop Roundtable Sessions

                  All sessions are in the same rooms as Friday

10:00-10:30 am    Break                                   SE FOYER

10:30-11:30 am    Roundtable Sessions resume

11:45 am-1:15 pm Awards Luncheon                          BALLROOM IV-V

1:15 pm           Conference Adjourns: See you next year!

2:00 -4:00 pm     Board of Directors Meeting              SONOMA II
                  (2006-2007 board)




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                           Accounting Track
   Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Ballroom I


TRACK and SESSION CHAIR: Tom Vogel, Western New England College


EXAMINING A POTENTIALLY ABUSIVE TAX SHELTER: THE CASE OF
COMPAQ COMPUTER CORP.
R. Loring Carlson, Western New England College
Thomas J. Vogel, Western New England College


FLAX POND CRANBERRY COMPANY
Tim Redmer, Regent University


GREENSPRING VILLAGE RETIREMENT COMMUNITY – SPORTS BAR/BISTRO
Tim Redmer, Regent University


PARADISE FASHION BOUTIQUE: BREAKEVEN ANALYSIS
Gene Pike, University of Tampa
Karen Squires, University of Tampa


SOFTNET SYSTEMS – STRONG PERFORMANCE OR FINANCIAL STATEMENT
FRAUD
Nana Amoah, Morgan State University


SUN STATE SOCCER: A CASE STUDY OF CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN
NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
Oscar Harvin, University of North Florida
John Watler, University of North Florida
Jeffrey E. Michelman, University of North Florida
Bobby E. Waldrup, University of North Florida
YOUNG CAPITALIST ROOMATES: THE TAX TREATMENT OF RENTALS WHEN
AN OWNER AND A TENANT ARE ROOMATES CAN PROVIDE INTERESTING
TAX RELATED QUESTIONS
Nathan Oestreich, San Diego State University



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                  Business & Society/Ethics Track I
  Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, BALLROOM II

TRACK CHAIR: Brian Burton, Western Washington University
SESSION CHAIR: Anne Lawrence, San Jose State University


“DOES THE CAPTAIN GO DOWN WITH THE SHIP?” ETHICAL DECISION
MAKING IN CRISIS SITUATIONS
Debra Hunter, Troy University


HEWLETT-PACKARD AND A COMMON SUPPLIER CODE OF CONDUCT
Anne T. Lawrence, San Jose State University


HOOKAH HAVEN: BOOTSTRAP OR BIG TIME?
Tom Hinthorne, Montana State University-Billings
Patricia Holman, Montana State University-Billings
Alexis Brill, Montana State University-Billings
Kevin Cremer, Montana State University-Billings
Troy Fix, Montana State University-Billings


MIDVALE VS BEST BUY LIQUORS
Sue Hanks, Colorado State University at Pueblo
H. Richard Eisenbeis, Colorado State University at Pueblo
Scott Cunningham, Colorado State University at Pueblo


TYCO INTERNATIONAL
Alison Volk, University of New Hampshire
Michael Merenda, University of New Hampshire
Allen Kaufman, University of New Hampshire




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                  Business & Society/Ethics Track II
  Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, BALLROOM III


TRACK and SESSION CHAIR: Brian Burton, Western Washington University


CASCADES’ ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY IN 2005: AT THE CROSSROADS
Pierre Batellier, HEC Montreal
Emmanuel Raufflet, HEC Montreal


CONTRIBUTIONS AND PUBLICITY: THE CASE OF JOHNSON & JOHNSON
Brian K. Burton, Western Washington University
Steven Globerman, Western Washington University
James McCafferty, Western Washington University


DEGUSSA AG AND THE HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL: A BUSINESS ETHICS CASE
Al Rosenbloom, Dominican University
RuthAnn Althaus, Saint Xavier University


INVERNESS NETWORKS
Aundrea Kay Guess, St. Edwards University


MTI: SURVIVAL IN THE WAKE OF 9/11
Gerald M. Myers, Pacific Lutheran University
William W. Young, Pacific Lutheran University




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               Business Policy and Strategy Track – I
    Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Catalina I

TRACK CHAIR: Randall Harris
SESSION CHAIR: Steve Bowden, University of Waikato


ABERCROMBIE & FITCH: AN UPSCALE SPORTING GOODS RETAILER BECOMES
A LEADER IN TRENDY APPAREL
Janet L. Rovenpor, Manhattan College


HEWLETT PACKARD: RETHINKING THE RETHINKING OF HP
Steven Maranville, University of Houston-Downtown
Steven Coy, University of Houston-Downtown


PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT & TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER IN ROLLING STOCK:
THE CASE OF INDIAN RAILWAYS
Sanjeev Kishore (student), Management Development Institute
A. Sahay, Management Development Institute
M. Chaturvedi, Management Development Institute


PUMPKIN PATCH
Stephen Bowden, University of Waikato


TELECOM MOBILE: THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK OR THE REVENGE OF THE
JEDI?
Stephen Bowden, University of Waikato


TIFFANY & CO., 2006
Sarah Richardson (student), Maryville College
Mary Kay Sullivan, Maryville College




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               Business Policy and Strategy Track – II
    Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Catalina I


TRACK CHAIR: Randall Harris
SESSION CHAIR: Armand Gilinsky, Jr., Sonoma State University


ABB: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE IN A TURNAROUND SITUATION, A, B & C
Paul Strebel, IMD International
Ulrich Steger, IMD International
Wolfgang Amann, Henley Management College


COUNTING SLEEP?
Armand Gilinsky, Jr., Sonoma State University


ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE INC.
Jyoti Bachani, University of Redlands


KALADI BROTHERS COFFEE OF ALASKA- FROM SMALL TO LARGE ONE
BEAN AT TIME
Joshua Marineau (student), University of Alaska Anchorage
Carlos J. Alsua, University of Alaska Anchorage


LEARNING TO MANAGE ON FOREIGN MARKETS: FRENCH RETAILERS IN
POLAND (A & B)
Stephanie Hurt, Meredith College
Marcus Hurt, EDHEC Business School


THE SANDVINE WAY
Detlev Nitsch, Wilfrid Laurier University
Josephine McMurray, Wilfrid Laurier University




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               Business Policy and Strategy Track – III
    Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Catalina I

TRACK CHAIR: Randall Harris
SESSION CHAIR: John E. Gamble, University of South Alabama


AMERICAN AIRLINES SINCE DEREGULATION: A TWENTY YEAR EXPERIENCE,
1978-2007
Isaac Cohen, San Jose State University


AMVIC INC. – BUILDING A BETTER TOMORROW
Carmel Branston, Wilfrid Laurier University
Michael Bodkin, Wilfrid Laurier University


GOVERNING THE HOUSE OF THE MOUSE: CORPORATE GOVERNANCE AT
DISNEY, 1984 – 2006
Steve Gove, University of Dayton


IBM BARCELONA LAB: A STORY OF TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION
Javier Busquets, ESADE Business School
Joan Ramón Mallart, ESADE Business School


IN THE GARDEN
Mark Meckler, University of Portland


TEXAS LONE STAR CONNECTIONS
Suzanne N. Cory, St. Mary’s University
Zaida L. Martinez, St. Mary’s University
Russell W. Kacer, Audiology Online




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                            Education Track
   Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Ballroom VI


TRACK & SESSION CHAIR: Audrey E. Wright, Worcester State College

AFFIRMATIVE ACTION IN THE CLASSROOM: MANAGING A HEATED
DISCUSSION
Deborah R. Ettington, Penn State University

FREEDOM OF SPEECH?
David W. Rosenthal, Miami University
Linda Silver Coley, Miami University


A MANAGERIAL DECISION-MAKING DILEMMA IN ACADEMIA
John J. Vitton, University of North Dakota


MIDWAY AY 2005-06: ON THE THRESHOLD
Marilyn Taylor, University of Missouri at Kansas City
Henry W. Bloch, University of Missouri at Kansas City
William Drake, Midway College
Lee Van Horn, Palomar Consulting Associates


IMMIGRATION: ASSESSING THE CHALLENGES AND POSSIBILITIES
Cheri Heeren, Pettis County Community Partnership
Audrey Wright, Worcester State College


LITERACY ASSESSMENT: A QUESTION OF CONTEXT
Audrey E. Wright, Worcester State College
Margaret Bouchard, Worcester State College




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                    Finance & Economics Track- I
  Friday 8:45 am-noon, and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Ballroom VII


TRACK & SESSION CHAIR: Jonathan B. Welch, Northeastern University


B/E AREOSPACE, INC. (A), (B), & (C)
FINANCING STRATEGY DURING PERIOD OF REMARKABLE RECOVERY
Wesley W. Marple, Northeastern University


BARNETT INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT COMPANY (BIMCO)
Arthur C. Gudikunst, Christopher Newport University


AUTOPARTES VITTORIA
Jorge Grinberg, IAE, Escuela de Direcciόn y Negocios, Universidad Austral
Gabriel Noussan, IAE, Escuela de Direcciόn y Negocios, Universidad
Austral


LORAL SPACE AND COMMUNICATIONS
Heather Crofford, The Boeing Company
Mary Shimp, FTI Capital Advisors
Susan White, University of Maryland


INTERNATIONAL SMALL BUSINESS TAKEOVER: PETER LEHMANN WINES
Adam Steen, Swinburne University of Technology
Keith Turpie, Swinburne University of Technology


MILE HIGH TREE FARM COMPANY CASE
Hugh Grove, University of Denver
Tom Cook, University of Denver
Darin Good, IBG Business Services, Inc.


NATIONAL WIND & WHOLESALE POWER
Jonathan B. Welch, Northeastern University




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                   Finance & Economics Track- II
  Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Ballroom VIII


TRACK CHAIR: Jonathan Welch, Northeastern University
SESSION CHAIR: Raymond H. Lopez, Pace University


COUNTY LINE MARKETS: WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT
Lou D’Antonio, University of Denver
Ron Rizzuto, University of Denver


FINANCIAL RESTRUCTURING AT JAZZTEL
Francisco J. Lόpez Lubián, Instituto de Empresa


THE PRIZE? THE PRICE?
Raymond H. Lopez, Pace University
Armand Gilinsky, Jr., Sonoma State University


RED RIVER COOPERATIVE LTD.: THE DISTRIBUTION DECISION
Charles E. Mossman, University of Manitoba
Brian Oleson, University of Manitoba


IBA: SELLING THE FAMILY JEWELS.
Ravi Sarathy, Northeastern University
Luc DeBrouckere, Northeastern University


TED’S TRAILER: WHEN TO SELL? – BUSINESS VALUATION CASE
Hugh Grove, University of Denver
Tom Cook, University of Denver
Darin Good, IBG Business Services, Inc.


WENATCHEE GROWERS
Lynda S. Livingston, University of Puget Sound




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                    International Business Track I
       Fri. 8:45 am-noon and Sat. 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Brickstones


TRACK and SESSION CHAIR: Carol J. Cumber, South Dakota State
University


OPTIMATION, INC. – 2006: WHICH COUNTRY MOST NEEDED HOLES
DRILLED 10 TIMES SMALLER THAN THE HUMAN HAIR?
Harold Koch, The University of Utah


QUELLE PROBLEME
Marissa DeLeon, CETYS University
Susan Peters, (faculty supervisor) California State Polytechnic University &
CETYS University


OFF WITH THEIR HEADS: TRITON MEXICALI
Alicia Buenrostroa, CETYS University
Susan Peters (faculty supervisor), California State Polytechnic University &
CETYS University


NU SKIN ENTERPRISES INTEGRATION CASE
Gaylen Bunker, Westminster College
Aric Krause, Westminster College
Michael Mamo, Westminster College
Nancy Panos Schmitt, Westminster College
Jerry VanOs, Westminster College




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                   International Business Track II
      Fri. 8:45 am-noon and Sat. 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Brickstones


TRACK CHAIR: Carol J. Cumber
SESSION CHAIR: Marlene M. Reed, Baylor University


INTERNATIONAL MEDICAL LABORATORIES – GmbH
Tom Morris, University of San Diego
D. Michael Campbell, University of Southern California


STARBUCKS IN CHINA
Josep Franch, ESADE


MANOS DE VALDIVIA: CHILEAN CRAFTSWOMEN REACHING FOR THE
GLOBAL MARKET
Lisa Johnson, University of Puget Sound
Nila Wiese, University of Puget Sound


I-FLEX SOLUTIONS LIMITED: WINNING UNCONVENTIONALLY
J. Ramachandran, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore
Pranav Garg, Indian Institute of Management Bangalore


ARM PHARMACY: THE CHALLENGES OF PRIVATIZATION IN ARMENIA
Marlene M. Reed, Baylor University
Fred N. Hendon, Samford University


SUPREMECORQ: A CORKING BUSINESS
Nila M. Wiese, University of Puget Sound




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                             Marketing Track- I
   Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, San Diego II


TRACK CHAIR: Susan D. Peters, California State Polytechnic University,
Pamona
SESSION CHAIR: Lew Brown, University of North Carolina Greensboro

AN AGING AUDIENCE: THE BROACH THEATRE
Sean R. McGinnis, University of North Carolina Greensboro
Lew G. Brown (faculty supervisor), University of North Carolina
Greensboro


THE KITCHEN SHOP DESIGN CENTER
Tom A. Buckles, Biola University
Lari Mobley, RetailBase Marketing, Inc.


PETROBRAS: ITS FIRST CHILD
Javier J. O. Silva, Austral University
Fernando Zerboni, Austral University
Esteban Coppolillo, Austral University
Andres Chehtman, Austral University


THE RIGHT ANGLE CAFÉ
David Rose, Wilfrid Laurier University
Lisa Giguere, Wilfrid Laurier University


WITCH OF THE WOODS
Bruce C. Bailey, Otterbein College




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                            Marketing Track- II
  Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, San Diego II


TRACK CHAIR: Susan D. Peters, California State Polytechnic University,
Pomona
SESSION CHAIRS: Ram Subramanian, Grand Valley State University
                     Susan Sieloff, Northeastern University


GROWING THE EUROPEAN MARKET FOR VSECURNICS
Audrey Brislin, Inspiration Software, Inc.
Beng Soo Ong, California State University, Fresno


HINDUSTAN LEVER (A) – LEAPING A MILLENNIUM
Wolfgang Amann, IMD
Ulrich Steger, IMD
Aileen Ionescu-Somers, IMD


ST JOHNS RIVER WATER MANAGEMENT DISTRICT
Michelle DeMoss, Stetson University


VENUS SWIMWEAR: FASHION SWIMWEAR – IMPROVING PROFITABILITY IN A
HIGHLY SEASONAL CATALOG BUSINESS
Adel I. El-Ansary, University of North Florida
David V. Rudd, Lebanon Valley College


WEST MICHIGAN WHITECAPS
Ram Subramanian, Montclair State University
Jaideep Motwani, Grand Valley State University
John Rumery, Grand Valley State University


CLEARWATER TECHNOLOGIES
Susan Sieloff, Northeastern University
               Raymond Kinnunen, Northeastern University




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   Production Operations Management/Not for Profit Tracks
   Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, San Diego I


TRACK CHAIRS:     Scott Metlen, University of Idaho
                  Terry Wolfer, University of South Carolina
SESSION CHAIR:    Scott Metlen, University of Idaho


BIO-DIESEL PLANT LOCATION DECISION
Scott Metlen, University of Idaho
Doug Haines, University of Idaho
Amanda McAlexander, University of Idaho


J. P. DONMOYER: TECHNOLOGY IN DRY BULK TRANSPORTATION
Richard R. Young, The Pennsylvania State University
Joseph P. Eshun, The Pennsylvania State University


AOTEAROA CREDIT UNION: WITHOUT TRUST, SOCIETY’S FABRIC WOULD
BEGIN TO UNRAVEL
Manisha Soma Patel, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Doerthe Toepperwien, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Ljiljana Erakovic (faculty supervisor), The University of Auckland, New
Zealand


PETER SNELL INSTITUTE OF SPORT: MANAGING GROWTH
Ljiljana Erakovic, The University of Auckland, New Zealand




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         Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory,
             Human Resources Management Track – I
    Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Sonoma I


TRACK CHAIR: James Spee, University of Redlands
SESSION CHAIR: Tim Edlund, Morgan State University


IN SEARCH FOR A NEW CAREER: TRADITION… TRADITION!
Tania Casado, University of São Paulo
Ana Carla Scalabrin, University of São Paulo
Cyndia Bressan, University of São Paulo


VANESSA´S CHOICE
Tania Casado, University of São Paulo
Alessandra Quishida, University of São Paulo


YVETTE SMITH
Timothy W. Edlund, Morgan State University
Erik Alexander, Morgan State University


CLEANING UP HOUSEKEEPING AT THE DAVIDSON HOTEL
Jay Gupte, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Cheri A. Young, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
David L. Corsun, University of Nevada, Las Vegas




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         Organizational Behavior, Organizational Theory,
             Human Resources Management Track – II
Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Exec Conf Room


TRACK CHAIR: James Spee, University of Redlands
SESSION CHAIR: Tupper Cawsey, Wilfrid Laurier University


WHAT’S COOKING AT ASP?
Kim Mangino, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
David Corsun, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Cheri Young, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


THE REBUILDING OF SANDLER O’NEILL AFTER 9/11 (A) & (B)
Bambi Douma, University of Montana
Jeffrey P. Shay, University of Montana
Christin Foley, University of Montana
Klaus Uhlenbruck, University of Montana


PROCESS REDESIGN AT PARTNERS HEALTHCARE
Cynthia Ingols, Simmons College School of Management
Alyson Simonetta, Simmons College School of Management
Lisa Brem, Simmons College School of Management




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          Small Business and Entrepreneurship Track – I
    Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, Sonoma II

TRACK CHAIR: Donald L. Lester, Middle Tennessee State University
SESSION CHAIR: Stuart Rosenberg, Dowling College


DEATH ON WHEELS: 1-800 AUTOPSY
Stephen J.J. McGuire, California State University, Los Angeles


EXECUTIVE AIR CHARTER
Raymond Kinnunen, Northeastern University
Susan F. Sieloff, Northeastern University


JOSEPH’S GOURMET PASTA & SAUCES (D)
Michael Merenda, University of New Hampshire
William Naumes, University of New Hampshire
Margaret J. Naumes, University of New Hampshire


MICHAEL PETROV
Stuart Rosenberg, Dowling College


NUVERA FUEL CELLS 2006
Rodney Kidder, University of New Hampshire
William Naumes, University of New Hampshire (Faculty Supervisor)


THE Oo-MEE STORY
Joseph R. Stasio, Jr., Merrimack College
Catherine Rich-Duval, Merrimack College


PATENTS: AUTHORSHIP OR INVENTORSHIP?
William G. Marshall, Jr., University of South Florida
Joseph A. Knight, Stanford University




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          Small Business and Entrepreneurship Track – II
   Friday 8:45 am-noon and Saturday 9:00 am- 11:30 am, SONOMA II

TRACK CHAIR: Donald L. Lester, Middle Tennessee State University
SESSION CHAIR: Calvin Bacon, University of South Alabama


BANNER COATINGS
John J. Lawrence, University of Idaho
Lee Dillion, University of Idaho


COASTAL MILLWORKS, INC.
Michael Miller, Palm Beach Atlantic University
Ann Langlois, Palm Beach Atlantic University


THE COFFEE BEAN: 2ND PLACE OR BUST
Luz Cruz, Ting Chen (Leo) Kuo, Eric Gollaz, Jonathan Villegas, California
State University, Los Angeles
Mohammad Ala and Stephen J.J. McGuire, California State University, Los
Angeles (Faculty Supervisors)


EXPRESSO ESPRESSO
Calvin M. Bacon, University of South Alabama


THE FUN GROUP
Ernie Contreras, Jessica Withrow, Sam Houston State University
Joseph Kavanaugh, Sam Houston State University (Faculty Supervisor)


RURAL SOURCING INC—AN ENTREPRENEURIAL VENTURE
Nareatha L. Studdard, Arkansas State University
Melodie Philhours, Arkansas State University
Henry G. Torres, Arkansas State University


TARIAN SOFTWARE: THE TROUBLE WITH TRIPLE-DIPS
Lukas Neville, Queen’s University
Elspeth Murray, Queen’s University


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                    CONCURRENT PAPER SESSIONS


  Case Research for Theory Building and Testing Symposium I
                 Friday, 2:00-3:15 pm, SONOMA I & II


SESSION CHAIR: William Naumes, U. of New Hampshire

CASE PROTAGONISTS: WHO GETS WRITTEN ABOUT AND WHY IS IT
IMPORTANT?
Cynthis Ingols, Simmons College
Margaret Naumes, University of New Hampshire


THE DEVELOPMENT OF A DIVERSITY MODEL THROUGH CASE RESEARCH
Lynda Moore, Simmons College
Bonita Betters-Reed, Simmons College




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 Case Research for Theory Building and Testing Symposium II
                 Friday, 3:30-4:45 pm, SONOMA I & II


SESSION CHAIR: Marie Rock, Bentley College


THE INTEGRATION PROCESS OF A TRANSNATIONAL MERGER.
THE CASE OF ARLA FOODS
Mikael Sondergaard, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Ole Ø. Madsen, University of Aarhus, Denmark


A LONGITUDINAL, CASE BASED ANALYSIS OF ENTREPRENEURIAL
APPLICATIONS OF THE MILES AND SNOW TYPOLOGY:
A PRELIMINARY STUDY
Michael Merenda, University of New Hampshire
William Naumes, University of New Hampshire


MANAGING EXPLOITATION & EXPLORATION
IN THE CASE OF ABB 1988 – 1999
Mikael Sondergaard, University of Aarhus, Denmark




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                  Teaching with Cases Symposium
                  Friday, 3:30-4:45 pm SAN DIEGO I & II


SESSION CHAIR: Michael F. Welsh, University of South Carolina


CASES FOR THE GLOBAL ACADEMIC VILLAGE
Arieh A. Ullmann, Binghamton University
Farbara E. Phiebig Ullmann, Binghamton University


THE MARRIAGE OF STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT, COMMUNICATIONS SKILLS,
AND CURRENT BUSINESS EVENTS
John J. Vitton, University of North Dakota
Lori A. Swinney, University of North Dakota


TEACHING ARCHITECTURE WITH CASES
Cristina Florencia Saborio Ortega, Universidad de Guadalajara


TRANSFORMING A DISCIPLINE: THE CONTRIBUTION OF THE CASE
TEACHING APPROACH TO THE DISCIPLINE OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN
James Quinn, Oakland University




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