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Session Type: Social Event
Program Session: 290 | Submission: 19046 | Sponsor(s): (MH)
Scheduled: Saturday, Aug 11 2018 10:00AM - 3:00PM at Offsite in Hyatt Regency Lobby
 
A Look Back: Alternative Organizational Management Styles in Chicago's Organized Crime Empire
A Look Back
 

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Chair: Sally Sledge, Norfolk State U.
Facilitator: Millicent F. Nelson, Middle Tennessee State U.
Facilitator: Angela Miles, North Carolina Central U.
Facilitator: Matrecia James, St. Bonaventure U.
Facilitator: Jennifer M. Collins, Florida A&M U.
Facilitator: Arlise P. Mckinney, Coastal Carolina U.
Facilitator: Richard J. Tarpey, Middle Tennessee State U.
Pre-registration is required for this session. To register online, please visit https://secure.aom.org/PDWReg. Please contact the session organizer sasledge@msn.com to obtain the registration code. The cost to register is $35.00. The deadline to register online is August 4, 2018. This event will engage participants in a historical tour of Chicago's famous organized crime business locations. In addition to visting these sites, participants will learn about management strategies used by Chicago's famous gangsters which allowed their organizations to control much of the regional economy and operate successfully for decades. Although these crime syndicates typically had dubious motives, there are lessons to be learned from their organizational effectiveness, high levels of performance, and longevity. This PDW will provide real world learnings from Chicago's alt

Participants will meet at the Hyatt Regency Lobby where we will share taxis or Ubers to Untouchable Tours of Chicago for a 2 hour bus tour at 11am. For more information, contact contact Sally Sledge at sasledge@msn.com
  
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