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  • Confessions of a Futurist: Sheryl Connelly

    Confessions of a Futurist: Sheryl Connelly Sheryl Connelly is manager of global trends and futuring for Ford Motor Company, tracking shifts and trends in topics as far reaching as the environment, politics and millennials and analyzing those shifts to predict consumer preferences. Her insights inform the company’s automotive design, product development and corporate strategy and help anticipate the needs and desires of car buyers. Sheryl, a licensed attorney with an M.B.A. and a bachelor’s degree in finance, also teaches design research at the Center for Creative Studies in Detroit, MI. She has guest lectured at Massachusetts Institute for Technology, University of Michigan, and Wharton School of Business. She has also been featured in Forbes, the Wall Street Journal, Reuters, Financial Times and on the BBC.  

     
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  • Jeff DeGraff – Competing Values Framework

    Jeff DeGraff – Competing Values Framework Yellow (Part 1) Jeff DeGraff Explains the Competing Values Framework – “Collaborate” – at an Executive MBA program at the Ross Business School, University of Michigan Blue (Part 2) Red (Part 3) Green (Part 4)  

     
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  • Unconscious behavioral guidance systems

    Unconscious behavioral guidance systems Dr. John Bargh Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Science Yale University Research on embodied cognition is a booming enterprise these days. Bargh will describe several lines of research in which physical experiences directly influence analogous, or metaphorically related, psychological experiences. Physical warmth, spatial dimensions, and haptic experiences all are found to influence the corresponding social-psychological domains (i.e., social warmth and trust, emotional and psychological distance, being ‘soft’ on crime). Brainimaging studies will be described showing that at least some of these effects are ‘hard wired’ and not based on semantic priming or extensive experience. John Bargh received his doctorate in social psychology from the University of Michigan. He then took a faculty position at New York University where he stayed until 2003 when he accepted his current position at Yale. Bargh’s research focuses on unconscious mechanisms that underlie social perception, evaluation and preferences, and motivation and goal pursuit in realistic and complex social environments. He has also written extensively on free will and the nature and purpose of consciousness itself. Bargh has received numerous honors and awards, including an Early Career Award from the American Psychological Association; the Campbell Award for distinguished scientific contributions from the Society for Personality and Social Psychology; and the Scientific Impact Award from the Society for Experimental Social Psychology. He was a Guggenheim fellow and a fellow at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Behavioral Sciences.  

     
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  • Leading High-Performance Teams: A Conversation with Dave Brandon and Alison Davis-Blake

    As the former chairman/CEO of Domino’s Pizza Inc., Dave Brandon, AB ’74, brings unique perspective to his current role as director of intercollegiate athletics at the University of Michigan. “Fundamentally the leadership role is very similar,” Brandon says of his shift from the corporate sector to the nonprofit realm. “But if your corporate team screws up, you can’t make them run laps.” Brandon shared his tips for leading high-performance teams during Reunion Weekend at the Ross School of Business Oct. 28.  

     
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