Gary Kapanowski is a Michigan State University Alumni, where, as a graduate student, he earned his Masters in Business Administration. While attending Michigan State University, Gary Kapanowski was a member of the internationally renowned business organization Beta Gamma Sigma. Gary Kapanowski went on to win the MSU Sears Team Competition as a graduate student. He also served as vice president of the MBA Association while attending Michigan State University where he worked with student and corporate sponsored activities. Even after graduating from MSU and going on to have high levels of business success, Gary Kapanowski has continued to be an involved member of the MSU Alumni community. Gary Kapanowski was also part of the Community Revitalization Program aimed to grow membership for Michigan State University.
Gary Kapanowski continues to push his career forward, but already believes he has been successful. In 2006, he won the Financial Executive of the Year Award from Robert Half International and Institute of Management Accountants for the development of the Balance Score Card and responsibility matrix for the Institute of Management Accountants chapters after an individual meeting with Dr. Robert Kaplan, who originally invented the Balance Scorecard. The award recognized Gary Kapanowski’s balance scorecard for customer and volunteer retention and for achieving the organization’s goals.
Today, Gary Kapanowski is committed to helping businesses and business leaders in the Lean Six Sigma business concept designed to retain customers and eliminate business waste. He continues to develop new business skills and look for leadership opportunities. He remains grateful for his early education and encourages young professionals to consider Michigan State University for initial and continuing education.
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