A dean for leaner times The Financial Times
James Dean has a reputation as one of the nice men of business education. It would be hard to confuse this quietly spoken and affable man with the image of a bike-riding rebel conjured up by his movie star namesake.
But although leather jackets may not be his style, Prof Dean has reached the top in his own profession. He was appointed dean of the Kenan-Flagler school at the University of North Carolina in August 2008, after 12 years working for the business school.
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