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Four Weatherhead faculty members to discuss their latest books at upcoming breakfast lecture

Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management kicks off the second half of its 2005-06 series of breakfast lectures later this month when four Weatherhead faculty will discuss their most recent books.

The event, 'Conversations with the Authors,' will take place at 8 a.m. Monday, January 23 in the George S. Dively Building, 11240 Bellflower Road, with registration beginning at 7:30 a.m. The breakfast series, all featuring Weatherhead School faculty, is sponsored by the public accounting and consulting firm Crowe Chizek.

Speakers and the books they will be discussing include:

  • Professor Richard Boland, Managing as Designing
  • Professor Sayan Chatterjee, Failsafe Strategies: How to Profit from Risks that Others Avoid<
  • Ernesto Poza, Professor for the Practice of Family Business and Director of the Partnership with Family Business, Building Family Companies that Last: Lessons from Centennial Family Businesses
  • Professor Betty Vandenbosch, Designing Solutions for your Business Problems

Each faculty member will give a brief summary of their book. After the presentations are concluded they will take questions from the audience.

The event costs $30 to attend and is open to the public, but pre-registration is required. The deadline for registration is Thursday, January 19. To register or obtain more information call (216) 368-6413, or visit

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