Georgetown University Professor Visits la Salle GSB

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Georgetown University Professor Visits la Salle GSB


Dr. William M. Emmons III, Associate Professor of Georgetown Universitys McDonough School of Business, will visit De La Salle Professional Schools, Inc. Graduate School of Business (DLS PSI-GSB) to grace the launch of DLS PSI-GSBs Continuing Executive Education Series, a successive session of talks specifi cally designed for professionals to keep them abreast with todays global business trends.

In his six-day visit to DLS PSI- GSB, Dr. Emmons will give Refresher Courses on the Case Method, and will also conduct roundtable discussions with the Lasallian academic and business community, DLS PSI-GSB faculty and Doctor of Business Administration students. He is also scheduled to discuss Consumer Marketing with select representatives from Splash Manufacturing Corporation.

A recipient of the Graduate Training Award in 2003, Dr. Emmons currently teaches courses in strategic management and international business. He is also a Senior Institute Associate at the Institute for Strategy and Competitiveness at Harvard University. His research focuses on the interaction of government policy, industry dynamics, company strategy, and performance. He has conducted fi eld research in Argentina, Colombia, Germany, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States. His current research with Michael Porter of Harvard University explores the role played by intermediary institutions such as industry associations, chambers of commerce, and technology centers in shaping the competitiveness of market economies.

Dr. Emmons was a professor at Harvard Business School from 1989 to 1999, where he taught courses in international political economy, business strategy and government policy, and social enterprise in the MBA curriculum and in Harvards executive education programs. He also taught in corporate executive development programs for over a decade and consults for corporations and governments on domestic and international issues relating to business strategy and government policy. …

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