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Georgetown Business Winter 2008

Georgetown Business Winter 2008

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Georgetown Business, the magazine for alumni and friends of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

Georgetown Business includes news and feature stories on current business issues, a class notes section, and reports on faculty, students. and alumni.

The magazine is distributed free of charge to all alumni, friends of the school, corporate recruiters, schools of business, and various media professionals.
Georgetown Business, the magazine for alumni and friends of Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

Georgetown Business includes news and feature stories on current business issues, a class notes section, and reports on faculty, students. and alumni.

The magazine is distributed free of charge to all alumni, friends of the school, corporate recruiters, schools of business, and various media professionals.

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winter
2008–2009
McDONOUGHBUSINESS
THE McDONOUGH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS
Georgetown UniversityDepartment of Communications
Box 571147
Washington,
dc 20057-1147
Non Profit Org.US Postage
PAID
Washington DCPermit
3901
 
McDONOUGH BUSINESS
The Georgetown University McDonough School
of Business has many unique assets that enable us tostand apart from our competitors: a community of achievement; a focus on leadership; a location in the city at the center of worldpolitics and business; and a global mindset.First, and foremost among these, is that the School is part of the Georgetown com-munity, with world-class faculty from academia and business, a network of highly successful alumni in high-profile positions, and students, all of whomembody the rich Georgetown tradition of inquiry, dignity and excellence. Next,our curriculum is designed to teach students the skills necessary to succeed inthe business world but is also structured to enable students to develop theirleadership potential. The third asset is Georgetown’s stature and location inWashington, DC and its proximity to the international institutions and organi-zations that are part of the business, political and cultural life of the world. Andlastly, our emphasis is on preparing students to take their places in careers in aconstantly growing and changing global marketplace.It is to that last quality we have devoted this issue. Inside you will find articlesin which students talk about their global residency projects, an integral part of the graduate curriculum that no other school has the ability or the resources toduplicate.Theseprojectsareactualinternationalconsultingprojectswithinter-national clients, not just country visits. Other articles profile the research beingdone by members of the faculty, our new Georgetown-ESADE Global MBA program,and the international make-up of our student body.TheSchoolhasmadegreatprogressinenhancingitsstudents,staff,facultyandpro-grams, and more is on the way. Moving into our new facility in the spring will allowus to take even greater advantage of our unique qualities. And as we begin ourcapital campaign to support undergraduate scholarships and provide faculty andprogram support, I encourage you to visit us on the Hilltop often, keep track of whatwe are doing, provide your thoughts and suggestions, and give generously.With much appreciation and warm regard,
George G. Daly, Ph.D.
Dean
DEAR FRIENDS,
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Global Leadership
International Executive MBA Executive Master’s in Leadership Georgetown-ESADE Global Executive MBACustom Programs Open Enrollment Programs
GeorgetownMeans Business.
McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University3520 Prospect Street NW, Suite 214, Washington, DC 20057
Georgetown University has a 220 year history of dedication to academic excellence and innovative, principled leadership. Today,Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business reinforces that focus through its Executive Education programs, producing extraordinarygraduates destined for global leadership. The evidence is overwhelming.For the past nine years, Business Week has recognized Georgetown’s IEMBA program as one of the top 12 Executive MBA programsworldwide, reflecting the caliber of the McDonough School’s entire curriculum. The same world-class faculty that puts the lessons ofglobal business into practice in the school’s degree programs also delivers the same level of excellence in our custom and open enrollmentprograms. And some of the world’s most successful organizations depend on Georgetown for Executive Education programs year after year.Perfectly positioned in the nation’s capital, Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business offers executives a unique world perspective onthe constant transformations taking place in the global economy.Lead your organization to the next level. Visit GeorgetownMeansBusiness.com/alum or call 866-674-1942.
 
McDONOUGH BUSINESS
www.msb.edu
dean
George Daly
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Keith S. Collins
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Mosaic, www.mosaicprint.comMcDonough Business welcomesinquiries, opinions and commentsfrom its readers. Correspondenceshould be addressed to:Editor,
McDonough Business
McDonough School of BusinessGeorgetown University
3240
Prospect StreetWashington,
dc 20007202-687-4080202-687-7039
faxmedia@georgetown.eduAlumni should send addresschanges/additions/deletionsto addup@georgetown.edu, orcontact Alumni Records at
(202) 687-1994.
McDONOUGH BUSINESSMcDONOUGH BUSINESS
winter
2008–2009McDONOUGH BUSINESS
1
Letter from the Dean
4
Strengthening Global Management:
The International Work of McDonough Alumni
14
The McDonough School of Business andThe Walsh School of Foreign Service:
Working Together to Prepare Global Leaders
19
In the Classroom & Beyond:
Professors Transform Global Business Thinking
22
McDonough Students:
Consultants to the World
26
Educating World Citizens
30
Robert Emmett McDonough
31
New Faculty, Newly Tenured Faculty, New Deans
37
A Real Structure to Show Off 
38
Alumni Notes

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