Dale Tuttle, MBA
Dale Tuttle, Lecturer of Management, teaches introduction to business, entrepreneurship and strategy courses in our undergraduate and graduate programs. He holds an MBA from University of Michigan (1986). He has one book chapter publication. Dale is a co-founder of a non-profit organization and the Vice-president of a property association. He served on the board of a national association and a for-profit company. He recently had two consulting engagements for two separate non-for-profit associations and made several presentations for the Innovations Incubator. He participated in several entrepreneurship and family business operations workshops and in the annual conference of the Academy of Management in 2009. In 2008, he was certified as General Securities Representative and as Uniform Securities Agent. Dale also contributes to the school's mission as the Director of the Michigan Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership. He also assists in the coordination of the Community One projects, and writes grant applications on behalf of the school. He has also been instrumental in development of programs such as veteran's entrepreneurship boot camp. He serves on the advisory board of our family business center, and represents the school on a subcommittee working on the university's strategic planning efforts, represents the university on the board of the Michigan Initiative on Innovation and Entrepreneurship. He has also been active in several faculty searches by serving on committees and/or actively participating in the interview process. Finally, he has been regularly attending school's annual events such as Dean Speaker Series, Business Appreciation Dinner, and Economic Forum.