The International Business MBA Program, Faculty of Business Administration,
Payap University is proud to present
PAUL A. TIFFANY, Ph. D. (Professor of Management)
The Changing Global Economy of the 21st Century:
Where are we going?
Senior Lecturer, The Haas School of Business University of California, Berkeley (since 1994)
Visiting Professor, SASIN Graduate School of Management, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok (Thailand)
Visiting Professor, NIDA-International MBA Program Bangkok (Thailand)
Visiting Professor, IOMBA (International Organizational MBA Program), University of Geneva, Switzerland
Visiting Professor, AVT Business School. Copenhagen
“Does History Matter in Business?” Enterprise and Society: The International Journal of Business History (December 2009, forthcoming)
Business Plans for Dummies (San Francisco: IDG Books, 1997), co-author Steven Peterson, Ph.D. (fifteen printings, available in ten languages); Second Edition published January 2005.
The Decline of American Steel, How Management, Labor and Government Went Wrong (New York; Oxford University Press, 1988); published in Japanese in Tokyo (1989) as Kyodai sangyo to tatakau shidisha, america tekkogyo no kubo
“The U.S. Crisis in Steel—Origins, Problems, and Proposals, “The Wharton Annual 9 (1985), pp.19-24.
Some Consulting: Recent clients include: Cisco system; US Steel; Siam Cement Group (Thailand); Microsoft; Morgan Stanley; Bank of America; AXA (France); Deutsche Post World Net (Germany); MinSheng Bank (China); Hartford Insurance Co; Statoil (Norway); Mohegan Sun Casino and Resort; National Football League Players Association; Fidelity Investments; Securities Industry Institute; Korean Management Association (Korea); Textron; Raytheon; Intel; KPMG; Cooper Health System; BEA Systems; Kimberly-Clark (Thailand); Johnson & Johnson; Toyota; General Motors; Genentech; Progressive Insurance.
Significant Awards: Recipient, Cheit Outstanding Teacher Award, University of California, Berkeley, Hass School – 2003 and 2004.
Recipient, University of Pennsylvania Lindback Award (outstanding professor, university – wide, 1990).
Recipient, Wharton School Excellence I Teaching Award (1986).
Recipient, Wharton Anvil Award (outstanding professor, 1985).
Topic: The Changing Global Economy of the 21st Century: Where are we going?
Date: Dec 12, 2009 at 5.30-7.30 pm.
Session I: talk by the speaker
Session II: Q&A session
Venue: Library Auditorium (Weera Kitjathorn Room)