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Graduate Business Programs: Pamplin Executive Boot Camp
Summer 2013Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for available programs.
The University of Portland’s Pamplin Executive Boot Camp seeks to assist firms critical to the success of the Pacific Northwest region in developing and maintaining their competitive advantage in a global marketplace.
This three day intensive program is made up of three modules taught on a rotating basis throughout the three day seminar. The content of these modules, and the way they fit together is illustrated below:
Pamplin Executive Boot Camp Faculty
The Boot Camp is taught by faculty within in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management (EIM) Discipline Group in the Pamplin School of Business, which is led by scholars committed to education, consulting, and research that fosters innovative and entrepreneurial ventures, leaders, and organizations. EIM discipline leader Dr. Sam Holloway has over ten years experience managing high growth entrepreneurial firms and also serves on the board of a local craft brewing startup. Dr. Mark Meckler is an expert on managerial cognition and leadership. Meckler also has 15 years of experience owning and managing hospitality ventures in the United States and the Caribbean. Dr. Helder Sebastiao is the newest addition to the Pamplin School of Business, and his expertise in technology commercialization, market construction and entrepreneurial thought and action is widely respected. Sebastiao draws extensively on his prior experiences in technology entrepreneurship, consulting, economic development, marketing and advertising, and electrical engineering.
Meckler's research has been featured in the Journal of Management Inquiry, Organization Studies, and the Journal of Global Information Management. Holloway and Sebastiao's work has also been published in Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Business Logistics, Journal of Strategic Innovation and Sustainability, and the Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship.
Current research being conducted by Holloway, Meckler, and Sebastiao is based upon collaboration with existing businesses across a wide array of industries. Dr. Holloway and Dr. Meckler are studying organizational ingenuity and are developing a strategic taxonomy that will advise firms how to maintain creativity within their organizations while simultaneously protecting the bottom line. Holloway and Sebastiao collaborate on research that focuses on entrepreneurial strategy, business model innovation, and defining and dominating markets.
Organizations sponsoring multiple employees for Portland Executive Education seminars may qualify for tuition discounts. Inquire at email@example.com for more information.
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