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Diamondbacks CEO Derrick Hall shares leadership insights in new edition of 'Learn to thrive'


portrait of Diamonbacks CEO Derrick Hall

The latest edition of ASU’s "Learn to thrive" app includes insights from Arizona Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall, who graduated from ASU in 1991 with a journalism degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

April 15, 2016

The latest edition of ASU’s app, “Learn to thrive,” is now available for iPad, iPhone, Web browsers and Android devices. Rich, new interactive content features the stories of members of the ASU community who are thriving in their professional and personal lives. With a focus on lessons learned and experienced advice, “Learn to thrive” content allows viewers the opportunity to watch, listen to and read about the steps other Sun Devils have taken on their path to future success.

Featured new content includes:

• Insights from Arizona Diamondbacks President and CEO Derrick Hall, who graduated from ASU in 1991 with a journalism degree from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and is fostering a culture of inclusion, innovation and pioneering spirit as a big-league executive.

• Tips on how to build effective leadership and a strong work culture from leaders who are transforming the modern workplace.

• Information about innovative new ASU degree programs in sports marketing and sports law.

• Briefs on recent national recognition of ASU excellence.

“Learn to thrive” is available for iPad and iPhone at the App Store, and for Android through Google Play. App content can also be viewed with any browser at thrive.asu.edu.

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