In LEAD 3200, Leadership and Business Organization, students interactively and critically study five of the most influential books ever published regarding why for-profit enterprises succeed or fail; do an original “management consulting” report on an actual business firm; and write a final paper on what, if any, particular individual styles or institutional structures predictably and reliably enable one to “succeed in business.”
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- Senior Fellow, Mack Institute for Innovation Management, Wharton
- Associate Professor of Strategic Management, Fox School of Business, Temple University
Charlotte Ren is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management at Temple University’s Fox School of Business. She is also a Senior Fellow at the Wharton School’s Mack Institute for Innovation Management at the University of Pennsylvania. She previously taught at Purdue University and the University of Pennsylvania. Charlotte has a PhD in Management, an MA in Economics from the University of… Read more