A Chat with the New Dean of Carnegie Mellon's B-School
This summer, a number of top-rated business schools have changed deans. The leadership shift brings new faces and styles to schools that have held some of BusinessWeek's top-ranked positions. BusinessWeek Online has been running a series of interviews to introduce you to some of the new deans. Our fourth guest is Kenneth B. Dunn, the incoming dean of Carnegie Mellon's Graduate School of Industrial Administration, ranked No. 14 on BusinessWeek's biennial MBA rankings in September, 2000.
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