The Pamplin School of Business will present a learning lab, “Culture vs. Climate in the Workplace,” on Wednesday November 6, 2019, 5-7 p.m., in Franz 426. Led by Cyreena Boston Ashby of Public Hilltop Solutions, this session will examine the complexity of organizational culture and organizational climate. As a session that is ideal for HR professionals, mangers, and executive leaders, this learning lab will benefit anyone interested in strategic planning, change management, organizational design, and diversity, equity, and inclusion. Please RSVP using this link.
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The Pamplin School of Business is pleased to present its 4th annual Operations & Technology Symposium on Thursday, October 24, from 4-7 p.m., featuring keynote speaker Ben Berry, EVP & CIO of the Bonneville Power Administration. This annual event congregates thought-leaders in the operations and technology management field space to spotlight the latest trends, initiate dialogue, and network with fellow professionals. All attendees receive a digital badge; networking reception also included with hosted hors d’oeuvres and beverages. Free for staff, faculty, and students with code: uppamplin.
The Pamplin School of Business has a new and exciting series named Learning Labs, free 2-hour workshop sessions that deep dive into an area of leadership and management. The first will take place on Wednesday, October 2, from 5 to 7 p.m., in Franz 426. In this session, adjunct instructor Liz Lockhart will share a simple framework for identifying, navigating, and leading change. In short, this is a change management workshop for the non-change manager. To register, please use this link.
The Pamplin School of Business Education series presents “Wine, Beer & Spirits” on Wednesday, July 24, 4-6 p.m., at the Gallery at Cerulean. Join us to learn about the latest trends from experts including Kevin O’Brien ’04, senior vice president, Zepponi & Co.; Steve Waters ’10, CEO of Backwoods Brewing; Jessie Sheeran, brand manager of SakéOne; Ryan Magarian, co-founder of Aviation American Gin; and Tammy Miller, owner of Cerulean Winery. Business professor Sam Holloway will serve as emcee. Admission includes tastings and appetizers. For complimentary tickets, UP faculty and staff can use promo code “Pamplin.”
For more information contact Claire Moore, business, at email@example.com.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Entrepreneur Scholars Program at University of Portland, and faculty, staff, and entrepreneur scholars alumni and friends are invited to attend a special gathering on Saturday, June 29, to be held on campus in the Bauccio Commons President’s Board Room from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Please RSVP to Christine Naylor, business, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Pamplin School of Business Education Series is pleased to announce the kick-off of Women in Business Showcase, hosted at the Portland Art Museum on Monday, March 11, 4-7 p.m.
The showcase shares the stories of C-level female professionals and how they rose to the top, featuring Shannon Riggs of Finn Partners as emcee, and moderator Julia Meskel of the Portland Art Museum.
The C-Executive Panel will include:
- Nikki Kobliha, CFO, PacifiCorp
- Paula Hayes, CEO, Hue Noir Cosmetics
- Katherine Phillips Durham, Principal KMD Consulting, former CMO/VP, The Standard and HP
- Carey Wendle, Managing OMP, KPMG Portland
The event includes a networking reception, executive panel, Q&A, and digital badges for attendees. Please register here.
For questions, contact Lilia Grundy, Pamplin School of Business, at email@example.com.
Hospitality industry leader Daphne Parker from Bob’s Red Mill will appear as the next guest speaker in the Women in Leadership Forum series on Tuesday, January 29, at 7 p.m., in Franz Hall room 120. Parker will be joined by her daughter Kari, another female leader who currently works at Boeing. The Forum is a place for sharing stories, building connections and supporting the development of women in leadership. Please RSVP with this link.
Come explore the dynamics of the digital workplace with the Pamplin School of Business’ Gwynn Klobes at the next UPCrossroads event, taking place on Friday, January 25, at 3 p.m., in the Digital Lab. Klobes is the program director for the P4 program and will share some of the technical tools and strategies she uses to help students prepare for the challenges ahead. This interactive discussion is the first of two UPCrossroads events this semester. All are welcome. Light refreshments will be served.
UPCrossroads is a discussion series that explores the intersection of teaching and technology. It is sponsored by Academic Technology Services and Innovation in collaboration with the Clark Library and the Digital Lab.
The Pamplin School of Business is pleased to present its third annual Operations & Technology Symposium as part of the Pamplin Education Series on Thursday, October 24, 4-7 p.m., in Bauccio Commons. This year’s theme is “The Importance of Big Data in Today’s Business World.” The symposium will feature Abhijit Pandit, chief technology officer for OHSU, and various breakout sessions to choose from. Students attend for free, but registration is required. To register please use this link.
For more information contact Lilia Grundy, business, at firstname.lastname@example.org or x8724.
The Women in Leadership Forum will kick off its new series of meeting with Dress for Success executive director Shari Dunn on Wednesday, September 26, at 6 p.m., in Franz Hall room 120. Attendance is free, but please register using this link if you plan to attend.
Dress for Success’ vision is a world where women do not live in poverty; are treated with dignity and respect; and are strengthening their families and shaping their communities. Dunn is also an adjunct faculty member in the Pamplin School of Business.
The Women in Leadership Forum connects UP students with dynamic women who are leaders in the greater Portland community. The Forum is a place for sharing stories, building connections, and supporting the development of women in leadership.
For ADA requirements, please contact Molly Cullen, business, at email@example.com.