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Marriott School to host annual Management Conference June 23-25

Brigham Young University's Marriott School of Management will host its 10th annual BYU Management Conference, "Successful Leadership in a Changing World: Principles for Building Outstanding Leaders in Organizations, Communities and Families," Thursday through Saturday, June 23-25, on the BYU campus.

Keynote speakers will be Stephen R. Covey, co-founder and vice chairman, FranklinCovey; Mark H. Willes, former chairman, president and CEO, Times Mirror; and Bronco Mendenhall, newly named head football coach at BYU. The conference will also feature special guests Jericho Road, the popular LDS recording group.

Educational tracks available include accounting/information systems, general management, entrepreneurship, and personal development/family relations.

For registration and more information, visit marriottschool.byu.edu/mgtconf or call 801-422-8925.

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