Women are making gains in corporate leadership, but still face obstacles, and meeting those challenges means building networks, continuing education, confidence, and not being afraid to challenge the status quo. That was the message Thursday in “A Crash Course: Women in Leadership,” part of the Leaders & Innovators business breakfast series presented by WWJ Newsradio 950 at Lawrence Technological University. Approximately 80 people attended, despite icy roads that closed school districts in Southeast Michigan.
A sold-out audience of 350 students and teachers will build their skills toward tomorrow’s careers at the third annual Lawrence Technological University Young Women's Leadership Conference, to be held Friday, Nov. 1 from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Lawrence Technological University—joined by the City of Southfield and the Michigan Economic Development Corporation—will cut the ribbon on its new manufacturing business accelerator Friday, Oct. 4 during an invitation-only ceremony at 9 a.m.
A Lawrence Technological University business professor has released a new edition of a book that outlines a novel framework for strategic thinking, planning, and leadership at all levels of organizations.
How do you get a room full of 120 focused, no-nonsense engineers and other highly skilled technical professionals, the civilians who support the development of tanks and other vehicles for the United States Army, to become more collaborative? Faculty members at Lawrence Technological University, working with leadership from the Army, think they’ve found the way.