Bainbridge Island, WA | March 17-20, 2016
Fellows attend a three-day in-person feedback session where they present their project pitch to national funders and leaders in the field of creative placemaking and receive feedback.
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA | March 2-5, 2016
Students will meet their colleagues, learn about key concepts such as negotiation, decision-making and human-centered design and meet the NAS & Penn teaching teams.
Raymond Reilly, Ph.D.
Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
Raymond R. Reilly is Professor of Business Administration at the Ross School of Business, The University of Michigan. He is also Director of The Ross Executive Program. His responsibilities include faculty coordination and the integration of program subject matter. His teaching represents a unique blend of finance, economics, accounting and strategy applied to business situations.
Professor Reilly's current research interests are at the intersection of value-based business decisions and corporate performance measurement. He has published in a variety of academic and professional journals and he is co-author of two books. Recently published articles include "Using a Measure Network to Understand and Deliver Value," "Improving the Quality of Management Information," and "Performance Measurement for Improved Working Capital Management."
Professor Reilly acts as a consultant to businesses in a number of areas including corporate strategy development, corporate valuation, corporate business and financial planning, improvement of operating and administrative business processes, and performance measurement. He is a past member of the board of directors Electrocon International, The Federal Farm Credit Funding Corporation and CARI, a financial subsidiary of General Motors Acceptance Corporation. Ray currently serves as a board member of Fabri-Kal Corporation, Kalamazoo, MI. He holds the Bachelor of Science (Engineering) degree from The University of Michigan, and Master of Business Administration and Doctor of Philosophy degrees from Pennsylvania State University.