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After a brief leave of absence in 1955, Mace returned to the HBS faculty in 1958 where he remained until his retirement in 1972. During this time, Mace would also be appointed Assistant Dean and serve as the School's first Associate Dean of External Affairs. A prolific writer, Mace authored Management Problems of Corporate Acquisitions published in 1962 and Directors: Myth and Reality published in 1971. Mace became Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus in 1972. He remained active in retirement, serving as contributing editor to Harvard Business Review from 1975-1978, writing articles and providing consulting services to various organizations. He received the HBS Distinguished Service Award in 1984. Mace died on March 24, 2000 at his home in Natick, Massachusetts.
- Myles Mace, September 1980
- Myles Mace, 1981
- Myles Mace, 1981 (contact sheet)
By: Liam Sullivan
- Mace, Myles L. (Myles La Grange), 1911-2000. Myles L. Mace Papers, 1937-1989: A Finding Aid
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