Tuesday, August 9, 2011
François Ortalo-Magné takes the helm of the Wisconsin School of Business next month following Wisconsin's contentious battle over collective bargaining rights for public-employee unions, which has presented challenges for the state university system.
Mr. Ortalo-Magné, however, sees those challenges as opportunities. The business school suffered some loss of funding—a small fraction of the nearly $100 million cut made to parent school University of Wisconsin-Madison. In exchange, the university system wrested some control over hiring and budgets from the state. Continue reading article from the Wall Street Journal...