The goal of Ainslie’s research is to investigate questions that have implications for consumers’ well-being and to use that knowledge to advise organizations about responding to consumer needs, re-engaging consumers with existing products and services, or nudging consumers toward better decisions. Her work has been published in the Journal of Business Research, and the Journal of Consumer Research.
He runs Ash Creek Capital Management, an opportunistic investment fund located in Madison, CT. The fund invests in a variety of sectors including fixed income, venture capital, entertainment and hospitality, and commercial real estate. Prior to starting Ash Creek in 1998, he spent over a decade at Bear Stearns where he served as a Senior Managing Director.
Christine’s research utilizes experimental methods to study auditor learning and expertise, as well as the impact of information provided by management on auditors' judgments regarding fair value, business process performance, and internal control classifications. She serves as an Editor of Auditing: A Journal of Practice and Theory, and as Associate Editor of Accounting and the Public Interest.
Brian J. Lamoureux is a Partner with Pannone Lopes Devereaux & O'Gara LLC and a member of the Employment, Litigation, Cyber Law, and Corporate & Business Teams. He is a national authority on the legal issues associated with social and digital media.
Adam pursues research in data analytics and big data management. He also studies computer security and storage/networking infrastructures. He has taught courses on database management systems, computer security, software development, computer architecture, and data analytics.
His research interests are in the areas of leadership, leadership development, and management education. He consults with profit and nonprofit organizations and athletic departments and teams in such areas as leadership and team development, storytelling, personal performance management, and wellbeing.
Deirdre teaches Organizational Behavior at PC. She also leads executive education programs for major regional organizations. Her research centers on the impact of emotion in the workplace and ethical decision making.
Prior to entering academia, Ron worked for KPMG and was a member of several client engagement teams overseeing relationships with global companies like Voxx International, ITT (formerly EDO) and Entenmann's, among many others. Ron's work is in the area of business-to-business relationships, with a focus on the buyer-seller exchange. He served as Chair of the Marketing Department from 2013-2016. This fall will be Ron's second time teaching in the Micro MBA.
First and foremost, you receive a great education, taught by Providence College faculty who are excited to teach professionals. Second, you receive a working understanding of most aspects of business administration and insight into emerging business trends. Students who complete the course will also receive a certificate from the School of Business at Providence College indicating their completion of the MicroMBA.
You’ll get the most out of your micro MBA program if you attend all the sessions. However, in extenuating circumstances, we can provide a video recording of the missed session.
Classes are in the Ryan Center for Business Studies on the PC campus. Parking is free and generally available close to the Business School.
Most of the faculty will send you important reading materials before their class to give you a basic foundation on which they build. This reading generally takes less than an hour.
As a community of professionals, we come together for personal development and grades have a tendency to get in the way in this kind of setting. If a grade is necessary for reimbursement, please contact us and we can discuss some options.
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