Stories by Elizabeth Segal:
Policy Without Borders
Mohammed Jalloh’s teeth are bright white; his smile is huge and infectious. He doesn’t seem the least bit nervous as he and his team mount the podium for their presentation in the auditorium of USC’s Leavey Library on a spring afternoon. “Nervous?” he exclaims joyfully. “I know everyone here, they’re not going to hurt me!”
Michàlle Mor Barak is in the vanguard of a new breed of management experts focusing on global workforce diversity, teaching students � and corporations � how to avoid cross-cultural disconnects.
What Price, Happine$$?
It took an economist to answer that question. Ironically, it took the world another 30 years to listen.
Does Television Make You Stupid?
The Great Zamperini
The larger-than-life saga of Olympian, war hero and Trojan legend Louis Zamperini ’40 – now a published autobiography and soon to be a feature film – has it all: danger, folly, romance, courage, pathos and absolution.