Former CEO to Give Executive-in-Residence Lecture March 20

Author and retired executive Harlan Steinbaum will deliver the Bentele-Mallinckrodt Executive-in-Residence Lecture at 3 p.m. March 20 in Violette Hall 1000.

Steinbaum was president and CEO of Medicare-Glaser Corporation and was part of the company buy back from Pet, Inc., and its following listing on the NASDAQ in 1982. He served as the founding chairman of the Express Scripts board, a leading pharmacy benefits management company now ranked 55th among Fortune 500 companies.

Steinbaum is the author of “Tough Calls from the Corner Office,” which shares individuals’ most important decisions of 39 top business, not-for-profit and government leaders. The book provides insight into the events, stakes and pressures surrounding the decision-making process. Copies of “Tough Calls from the Corner Office” will be available for sale at the Executive-in-Residence Lecture and Steinbaum will sign books immediately following.

The Bentele-Mallinckrodt Executive-in-Residence Program was established in 1993 by Truman alumnus Raymond F. Bentele. Its purpose is to allow the School of Business to select an outstanding individual from business and industry each semester to spend two to three days on campus, engaging students both in and out of the classroom.