Growing moral and ethical leadership around the world

The Management Society was founded in 1977 by Dean Merrill J. Bateman as an organization of alumni and friends of the BYU College of Business—now Marriott School of Management. Membership includes not only BYU and Marriott School alumni, but many other business professionals with the same desire for professional advancement, high ethical standards, career development, and continuing education. Twenty-Five years after its founding, the management society is an influential organization with about 6,000 members in 40 U.S. cities and 10 countries.

Germany has joined this organization with the founding of the Frankfurt / Germany chapter in March 2008.
Regular lectures by guest speakers from different companies and members of the BYU faculty from Provo/Utah are at the heart of activities of our chapter.
Other activities include service projects involving the principle of "growing moral and ethical leadership around the world".

This page will help you to find more information around the chapters founding as "BYU Management Society Frankfurt / Germany e.V." and its activities.
The Regional Leadership Conference is being held in Europe for the first time

During the Annual Leadership Conference in Utah last October, the presidency of the Frankfurt Germany chapter of the Management Society received approval to hold the first BYU Europe Leadership Conference in Frankfurt, Germany. This is the first time ever the conference will be held in Europe.

We would like to invite you to participate in the evening event of the Europe Leadership Conference, on 9 May 2009. After a short dinner, we will be addressed by Rixa C. Oman, Executive Director of the BYU Management Society and Jeff D. Davis, VP Global Operations of Procter & Gamble, followed by a panel discussion including other top executives from different companies.
Details of the evening event can be found on the event flyer.

To register for the event please click here.