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Fall 2007

In Brief

California Management Review Celebrates Fifty Years of New Ideas

The California Management Review (CMR) will celebrate its fiftieth anniversary in November with the publication of a special "Leading Through Innovation" issue that will focus entirely on Haas School faculty research exploring various aspects of innovation. Seventeen faculty members have contributed to the issue.


CMR publishes articles that are both research-based and that address issues concerning managers. David Vogel, who holds the Solomon P. Lee Distinguished Professorship in Business Ethics, has served as the editor of CMR since 1982.


The Haas School is also organizing an all-day Inside Innovation conference to   celebrate CMR's fiftieth anniversary. Like the anniversary issue of CMR, the conference will highlight Haas faculty research on the role of innovation in business.


Four panel sessions throughout the day will address the innovation process, discovering and launching new products, driving growth, and creating value in a global marketplace. The discussions will offer opportunity for attendees to come to campus and participate in a rich dialogue with the presenters. The conference is sponsored by Accenture and by Deloitte.

 

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Prof. David Vogel

David Vogel, who holds the SOlomon P. Lee Distinguished Professorship in Business Ethics, has served as the editor of California Management Review since 1982. He has led the journal's growth and success.