San Francisco Bay Area – MBA Class Visits
San Ramon Campus
We encourage prospective MBA candidates to visit to the School to discover first-hand the special qualities of the UC Davis MBA program and our community. After the class, you will be paired with a first- or second-year MBA Ambassador for an informal conversation about our program.
Space is limited and pre-registration is required.
Summer Quarter 2015
Internalize the fundamental principles behind stories that educate, influence, motivate, inspire, persuade, and connect.
Join professor Kay Peters and current students for the New Product Development.
Why do some companies consistently outperform others in developing successful new products and services? Why do so many new products fail in the marketplace? This course introduces the major activities involved in developing new products and services. Emphasis is on learning practical skills and techniques that can help students be successful in a product development environment.
Students will learn how to understand customer and user needs, and translate them into meaningful product concepts; manage product development programs and teams across multiple functions. Do financial analysis of programs and make economic tradeoffs in the development effort. Choose product development methodologies appropriate for the business and products. As part of the course, students may work on a new product development project. More details available in the syllabus.
- Sunday, August 2, 9:00 a.m.
- Sunday, August 9, 9:00 a.m.
- Sunday, August 16, 9:00 a.m.
- Sunday, August 23, 9:00 a.m.
Join professor Jim Olson and current students for Negotiation in Organizations.
This course is designed to help students develop the ability to effectively negotiate in a competitive business environment. It focuses on negotiation skill-building in the areas of individual conflict management, team management, performance appraisal, corporate impression management and inter-organizational project management.The course will be taught largely through in-class simulations to provide an opportunity for experiential learning.The simulations will also allow students to develop a personal style of negotiation by discovering what works best for them in different situations.