Shaker Zahra and Henry Mintzberg Discuss Strategy

Poster for DAN Management Distinguished Lecture  in Human Organization   Shaker Zahra and Henry Mintzberg Discuss Strategy

DAN Management Distinguished Lecture in Human Organization: Shaker Zahra and Henry Mintzberg Discuss Strategy

Join two research and academic leaders as they discuss new approaches to business and organizational strategy.

Join us for this online lecture, Friday, March 31, 10:00 am 

Henry Mintzberg is a Canadian academic and author on business and management. He is currently the Cleghorn Professor of Management Studies at the Desautels Faculty of Management of McGill University. Mintzberg is an Officer of the Order of Canada, and of the National Order of Quebec. Mintzberg writes on the topics of management and business strategy, with more than 150 articles and fifteen books to his name. His seminal book, The Rise and Fall of Strategic Planning, criticizes some of the practices of strategic planning today. He has contributed to the study of organizational theory, and business strategy theory, including co-creating the organigraph. He has twice won the McKinsey Award for publishing the best article in the Harvard Business Review.

Shaker A. Zahra is Robert E. Buuck Chair of Entrepreneurship and Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Carlson School of Management, the University of Minnesota. He has served as the department chair, Director of the Holmes Center for Entrepreneurship, and the Academic Co-Director of Carlson Ventures Enterprises. He also served as the Founding Co-Director of the Center for Integrative Leadership at U. of Minnesota. Previously, Dr. Zahra was Paul T. Babson Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship at Babson College and Professor of Strategy & Entrepreneurship at Georgia State. He has been a visiting or guest professor at 12 universities. Dr. Zahra has also held the 3TU Chair in International Entrepreneurship at Twente (the Netherlands) and Tongji (China).

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