Robert H. Daines III

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Robert H. Daines III (born 1934) was Driggs Professor of Strategic Management at Brigham Young University.

Daines was born in Logan, Utah the son of Robert H. Daines and his wife, the former Anna Stoddard Merrill. He was raised in Metuchen, New Jersey since his father was a professor at Rutgers University.

Daines holds an MBA from Stanford University and a Doctorate of Business Administration from Indiana University. He was on the BYU faculty for over 40 years and head of the school's MBA program from 1966 to 1978.

Daines is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In the church he has served as bishop, stake president, president of the Pennsylvania Harrisburg Mission and from 2010 to 2013 the president of the Provo Utah Temple.[1]

Daines was the co-author of the textbook Strategic Financial Management (1988, McGraw-Hill, ISBN 9780256057812).

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  1. ^ "New temple presidents", Church News, June 16, 2010.