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Kelly MBA Team’s Win Benefits Non-Profit Founded by SPEA Adjunct Faculty Member

Posted by treynold on February 17, 2011

Thanks to a six-member team of Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business M.B.A. students, New York Times best-selling author Jim Collins’ Good to Great management framework will be shared for the first time with an international nonprofit doing work in Africa.

The Kelley School team’s winning proposal was designed to benefit Bloomington, Ind.-based Giving Back to Africa (GBA). Founded by Ann Marie Thomson, adjunct assistant professor in IU’s School of Public and Environmental Affairs, and her husband, Dr. Jim Calli, a local cardiologist, GBA is dedicated to the long-term education of young students in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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