Virginia Leavell vleavellucsbedu Academics BA Interdisciplinary Studies

Virginia leavell vleavellucsbedu academics ba

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Virginia Leavell [email protected] Academics BA – Interdisciplinary Studies- Georgetown University – 2005 MA- Sociology- UCSB – 2018 PhD student- Technology Management- UCSB- 2022 Research Simulation Technologies Automation and Digitalization in Water Management Work Experience Founder/Director- DC Action Lab – 2013-2016 Campaign Director – Laborers’ International Union of North America – 2010-2012 Field Organizer – Change to Win – 2008-20
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Technology Management Program This Material is Copyright and must not be copied, shared or replicated without written permission from the University of California
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TMP 120 Content 1. Strategy Fundamentals & Related Assessment Tools 2. Basic Accounting and Financial Statements, Ratios, Discounted Cash Flow 3. CAPSIM, Practice & then Live 4. Strategic Planning, Competitive Advantage & Innovation 5. Marketing & Organizational Capability 6. Leadership, Teams, and Culture Methods: Readings, Lectures, Case Studies, Homework, CAPSIM, Quizzes, Teamwork & Presentations Exposures: Large, mid-size, small, start-up firms Multiple industries Global view This Material is Copyright and must not be copied, shared or replicated without written permission from the University of California
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Why Take TMP 120 I think I might be an entrepreneur. I will seek a job at a high-tech company. I would like to know what “business” means….. I would like to develop business thinking and skills. I would like to complement my degree and skills with business understanding. I want to refine my leadership & teamwork skills. I want to be an investor. It is required in order to obtain a TMP Certificate. I am thinking about getting an MBA… law degree… MD…. This Material is Copyright and must not be copied, shared or replicated without written permission from the University of California
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TMP 120 “Details” Course Overview & Schedule posted on Class website 2:00 - 3:50pm 50781 view.php?id=67784 5:00 - 6:50pm 63404 view.php?id=69131 This Material is Copyright and must not be copied, shared or replicated without written permission from the University of California
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Tips on dealing with our 8 Business Cases What is a Case? A case describes a challenge faced by an organization. It often includes information regarding the firm’s history, competitive environment, leadership team, strategies, operational processes, and financial data. Analyzing a Case: It requires understanding the company’s interests and challenges, and formulating plans to enhance their position. These are real-life situations. Students must diagnose the problems and identify new solutions. There are often several courses of action. You will do this individually and then with the class through discussion.
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