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    Inclusive Management Practices from Haiti: The Role of Lakou in Developing Organizations.

    Join us for an enlightening session that is part of the Inclusive Narratives of Management History series in the Management History Division of AOM.

    Date and Time: April 22, 2024, from 12 NOON - 12:45 PM (EDT)
    Speaker: Dr. Howard Jean-Denis
    Dr. Howard Jean-Denis is an Assistant Professor of Strategic Management at Pepperdine University. He worked for several multinational corporations and managed a consulting firm prior to completing a PhD in Strategic Management from University of Massachusetts Amherst. He is a U.S. Army Veteran and has worked as an analyst, trader, manager and social entrepreneur in various industries. He has consistently been recognized with prestigious awards in his military, corporate, entrepreneurial and now academic capacities. His publication and research interests focus on investigating (1) Corruption and international strategies, (2) Indigenous African philosophies, and (3) Social entrepreneurship. His publications have appeared in numerous management research outlets, including the African Journal of Business, Academy of Management Proceedings, International Journal of Export Marketing, and Routledge publishing.


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    Leon C. Prieto (Division Chair - Management History)
    Professor of Management/Assistant Dean of Strategic Initiatives & Community Engagement
    Clayton State University
    Morrow GA
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