‘Harvard Business Review’ honors Paul Zak with Warren Bennis Prize
Paul Zak, CGU professor of economic sciences, psychology, and management and director of the university’s Center for Neuroeconomics Studies, is this year’s recipient of the Warren Bennis Prize, which was named in honor of the successful leadership scholar and professor in USC’s Marshall School of Business, for his article “The Neuroscience of Trust” published in Harvard Business Review’s 2017 January-February issue.
Among this year’s District VII winners is Claremont Graduate University, which was awarded medals in the following three categories:
Design and Photography
Multi-page publications: Silver medal for the Claremont Evaluation Center-New York (CEC-NY) “Strategic Global Leadership in Evaluation” brochure.
Institutional websites: Bronze medal for CGU’s main website (launched last year).
General Interest, circulation under 30,000: Silver medal for the Fall 2016 and Summer 2017 issues of The Flame, CGU’s alumni magazine.
Claremont Evaluation Center Teams with Accenture to Launch First-of-Its-Kind Talent Innovation Lab
The CEC Accenture Talent Innovation Lab at Claremont Graduate University (CGU) gives new hands-on experience to positive organizational psychology and evaluation students.
As one of the world’s leading professional services companies, Accenture will work with CGU to develop projects focused on global recruiting’s transformation and a research-and-evaluation project focused on Performance Achievement. Such projects will provide students with real-experience that will give them a competitive edge in the job market.
New Institute Serves the Needs of Family Businesses Around the World
The Drucker School of Management has launched the Drucker School Global Family Business Institute to provide executive training and development regarding the specific needs of family-run and family-owned businesses.