February 01, 2006

Drazetic named assistant dean for professional program management at Weatherhead School of Management

Sarah Drazetic

Sarah Drazetic has been appointed assistant dean for professional program management at Case Western Reserve University's Weatherhead School of Management. In that position she is responsible for supporting the Weatherhead School's full-time and part-time MBA programs, and all master's programs except for the executive MBA.

Before coming to the Weatherhead School Drazetic worked in a variety of positions for Roadway Express, most recently as director of engineering and project management. Among her accomplishments were introducing statistical process control in Roadway facilities, developing the company's approach to project management, and being the key player in Roadway's organizational effectiveness (OE) model of combining engineering with Appreciative Inquiry.

Drazetic holds a B.S. in Industrial Engineering from the Case School of Engineering and is working on her master's in positive organizational development (MPOD) from the Weatherhead School. She lives in Sagamore Hills with her husband, Steve and their sons Nicholas and Tommy.

The Case Western Reserve University Weatherhead School of Management is an international center of management scholarship, committed to preparing and enhancing organizational leadership. The Weatherhead School is dedicated to making discoveries of enduring consequence, developing innovative educational programs, fostering strategic partnerships with students and organizations, and providing services to multiple communities.

For more information: Jeff Bendix 216-368-6070.

Posted by: Heidi Cool, February 1, 2006 06:37 PM | News Topics: Weatherhead School of Management

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