Marriott Alumni Magazine

Winter 2014

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Contents Winter 2014 Features 4 melodic progression Jon Rowberry, accounting grad and Mormon Tabernacle Choir staple, has a résumé that reads like a stirring chorale—highs, lows, and a crescendo that made him CEO of FranklinCovey. 8 rise to the challenge For honored alum Richard Herlin, reaching the heights of our personal best means climbing with integrity. 14 side effects Do right-handed people reign dominant? New research shows that when it comes to advertising, lefties don’t have the upper hand. 20 the most valuable asset Supplying energy is the job of ExxonMobil, but for its CEO, Rex Tillerson, stocking the company with honest individuals is an equally high priority. 28 joint ventures Not everyone finds the love of their life at BYU, but these seven couples share how their romances blossomed inside the TNRB to celebrate the Marriott School’s silver anniversary. Plus . . . 12 By the Numbers On the Move 19 inside the classroom Revolutionizing the Innovation Experience 26 Around the Cooler Slim-Down Secrets 36 school news 43 alumni news Cover illustration by Mark Smith

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