Georgetown's McDonough Gets a New Dean

Posted by: Louis Lavelle on May 23, 2011

Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has a new dean: David A. Thomas, a professor and former associate dean at Harvard Business School, the school announced today.

Thomas has been on the Harvard (Harvard Full-Time MBA Profile) faculty since 1990. During his time there, he was director of faculty recruitment and taught the required first-year MBA course, Leadership and Organizational Behavior. His research focuses on issues related to executive development, cultural diversity, leadership and organizational change.

Thomas replaces George Daly, who is retiring after six years on the job at McDonough (McDonough Full-Time MBA Profile).

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