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MBA Faculty Lunch Series: Don Sull

by MBA Program Office

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Mon, 24 Apr 2017

11:45 AM – 1:00 PM

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The Faculty Lunch Series is an opportunity for twelve MBA students to join a Sloan faculty member for lunch and conversation. Ask faculty about their research, courses they’re teaching or planning to teach, how their work relates to what’s happening in the world…..whatever interests you and your classmates. Professor Don Sull will host the lunch next series which will be held on Monday, April 24th, at 11:45 am. This is the last Faculty Lunch Series of the semester, don't miss out on this great opportunity!

Donald Sull is a Senior Lecturer at the MIT Sloan School of Management. Professor Sull is a global authority on managing in turbulent markets, and directs a week long course on effectively executing strategy in volatile markets. He has been identified as a leading management thinker by The Economist, the Financial Times, and Fortune which named him among the ten new management gurus to know. The Economist listed his theory of active inertia among the ideas that shaped business management over the past century. For more, please visit his bio on the mitsloan.edu faculty directory.

Students who successfully RSVP will be notified of the location.

This Faculty Lunch Series will be done via a lottery, giving an equal opportunity to those who sign up. Please note that students who have not successfully RSVPd and attended a Faculty Lunch Series will be given priority.

Sponsored by the MBA Program Office
Dress Casual (jeans ok)



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MBA Program Office

Jenifer Marshall

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Cancellation Policy

Capacity for this event is limited and your attendance at this event is expected

Failure to cancel your reservation by the specified deadline negatively impacts sponsors and classmates and may jeopardize your ability to attend future events
Cancellation Policy:
  • If you need to cancel, please do so 48h prior to the event