Lindner College of Business Dean and Professor of Management Marianne Lewis, PhD, will discuss the challenges and opportunities posed by project management tensions: grappling with today’s fires versus tomorrow’s possibilities; building your team and culture versus meeting targets and efficiencies; meeting competing project demands of quality, speed and costs. Leveraging her extensive research and recent book, she will share the benefits and tools of both/and thinking (contrasted with traditional either/or thinking). Further, she will provide examples from her work with varied organizations and leaders to bring the concepts and tools to life.
Dean and Professor of Management at University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business
Marianne Lewis, PhD
Dean Lewis earned her MBA from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University, and her PhD from the Gatton College of Business and Economics at the University of Kentucky. She's been recognized among the world’s most-cited researchers in her field (Web of Science) and received the Paper of the Year award (2000) and Decade Award (2021) from the Academy of Management Review. Her latest book, Both/And Thinking, is published by Harvard Business School Press.