Tuesday, February 25, 2014

You're Invited: Real World Insights Event

Hamline University and the Twin Cities Peer Network invite you to an evening focused on public leadership and local networking. Real World Insights event topics broadly seem to reference food and include:

  • The Public Good of Peanut M&Ms
  • Executive Turnover and Emerging Leadership Needs in the Nonprofit Sector
  • Pickles and the Jarring Forces Facing Firms
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Real World Insights

Hamline University
and The Twin Cities Business Peer Network
are proud to host an evening of
Real World Insights
from accomplished Hamline faculty.

Thursday, February 27, 2014
6-8 p.m.
at Hamline's Minneapolis campus,

located at the intersection of I-394 and Highway 100,
1600 Utica Ave., St. Louis Park, MN 55416
Free covered parking.
Located on the 7th floor.
  • Enjoy delicious food and network with your peers.
  • Engage in small-group discussions.
  • Featuring professors from Hamline's master's degree programs in business, nonprofit management, and public administration.
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01-social-linkdinLearn more about this event at
The Twin Cities Business Peer Network
LinkedIn page.


Rob Routhieaux
Rob Routhieaux is associate professor of leadership and management and director of Nonprofit Management programs in the Hamline School of Business. He has taught a wide variety of courses, including Nonprofit Governance, Finance and Law, and Entrepreneurship. His research focuses on nonprofit collaborations and leadership.
Topic: "Executive Turnover and Emerging Leadership Needs in the Nonprofit Sector"
Kris Norman-Major
Kris Norman-Major is director of Public Administration programs in the Hamline School of Business and co-director of Hamline's Center for Public Administration and Leadership. Her research and scholarship focus on social policy and issues of social equity and cultural competency.
Topic: "The Public Good of Peanut M&Ms"
Dave Berg
Dave Berg focuses on the dynamics of industry globalization and the nature of global competition. His research explores the adaptation and reaction with regard to globalization, and the ways in which firms from different national backgrounds are prepared for global competition. He teaches strategies management and international business/management at both the undergraduate and MBA levels.
Topic: "Pickles and the Jarring Forces Facing Firms"
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