Intro - Barry Brownstein LO29771

From: Barry Brownstein (
Date: 01/06/03

Dear LO members:

I am new to the list and was pleased to find it. I am a professor of
economics and management at the University of Baltimore. My graduate
training is in economics. In one of those life-altering events my interest
in management and particularly issues concerning self-organizing systems,
leadership and learning organizations began to flourish about 6 years ago
when I was asked to create a MBA elective in management by the Dean at my
University. He encouraged me to create a fresh course and out of that came
my course "Self-Organization in the Firm". This course later grew to a new
MBA specialization, which I helped to organize: "Leadership and
Organizational Learning."

My interest in management and economics along with a strong interest in
spirituality all combine in my eLetter "The Brownstein Letter". The
Brownstein Letter covers issues concerning organizational and personal
transformation and is now read in 17 countries. I would be pleased to add
you as a reader. For your free subscription simply send a blank e-mail to The listserv will automatically
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the archives of the Letter at:

I look forward to learning from your posts.


Barry Brownstein
Yale Gordon Distinguished Teaching Professor
University of Baltimore
1420 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD. 21201

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