Ursula Burns, chairman and CEO of Xerox, discussed leading Xerox’s push into a new age of innovative technology and shared lessons she has learned rising the ranks from intern to CEO at a Fortune 500 company. The event was co-sponsored by the Black Business Students Association, the Student Leadership and Ethics Board, Columbia Women in Business, and the General Management Association. The discussion was moderated by Modupe Akinola, assistant professor of management at Columbia Business School.
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