LFGSM Alumni Spotlight: Josefina Guillen

Author: LFGSM Marketing

Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Lake Forest Graduate School of Management (LFGSM) is committed to its alumni network of diverse and extraordinary professionals. For the LFGSM Alumni Spotlight, we had the pleasure of interviewing Josefina Guillen, a healthcare and operations Project Manager who has worked at such companies as Abbott, Pfizer, Hospira, Siemens, and Procter & Gamble.

Josefina received her MBA from LFGSM in 2015 with a focus in Operations, Lean Management, and Healthcare, and holds a Master’s degree in Quality Management and a BS in Chemical Engineering. Josefina discussed her time at LFGSM, the invaluable skills she learned, and how she’s applied those skills to her career.


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President’s Scholar Greg Caronis: Practical Approach to Medicine

Author: Lake Effects Blog

Monday, June 13, 2016

Greg Caronis, an Orthopedic Surgeon and Owner of Greenleaf Orthopedic Associates, Physician at Lindenhurst Surgical Center, and Vice Chairman, Department of Surgery at Advocate Condell Medical Center, was one of five recipients of Lake Forest Graduate School of Management’s President’s Scholars Program Scholarship. President’s Scholars are individuals who demonstrate exceptional leadership qualities, achieve measurable results and exhibit high growth potential. They join a tight-knit community of highly motivated professionals and dedicated Business Leader Faculty® mentors.

Lake Forest Graduate School of Management (LFGSM) sat down with Greg to talk about why every doctor should have a good understanding of business, and how Lake Forest’s practical approach to learning has made a difference in his medical practice.

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The Business of Healthcare

Author: Dr. Bryan Watkins

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

During the Internet Boom of the late 1990’s, Dr. Lowell Weil, Jr. was working for his father’s podiatry practice, Weil Foot & Ankle Institute. From time to time Dr. Weil attended cocktail parties with some of his friends who were running internet-based businesses. It was at those parties that he first noticed the learning gap between the world of medicine and business.

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