Category: career

Scenario based learning

Student Project Notebook

Learning a new process, concept, or theory isn’t easy. People learn in different ways. I can remember 6th grade with vivid detail, especially math class. I have always been good with numbers. A few weeks ago I was sitting with my Mom and we…

People Process Culture (PPC): What it is and why study…

So, this year I’ve taken on the duties of the People Process Culture Endowed Chair here at Stout.  I am looking forward to delivering on previous contributions to organizational behavior as well as some aspects that are pertinent in today’s global society.  Basically, developing…

Finding that right corner of the world…

Intrapreneurship by Nancy Lyons

Every day I’m asked by students about finding employment, the right job for them.  They slip into my office, some tentatively, others boldly, and with frustrated snarls and whispers, ask, “How do I find a job?”  Or they sigh deeply and say, “Help me…

Read…read…read…read…

Professor Dimitrios Buhalis

Key to understanding the industry, and all that is happening is to search out and read as much as you can.  Find the authors of your book.  Find the authors mentioned in their references.  Look for trade publications.  Bookmark web pages.  Research your interests….

Welcome back students…Spring, 2015

Google Doodle

This semester is energized with the opportunity for new thoughts, and new ideas.  We will be challenged, both in the classroom, and with external forces from local, regional, national and international factors. I am teaching four courses this semester, Principles of Food Service, Purchasing, Principles…

My Day at the Career Conference…

Career Conference at UW-Stout

Sara Maly attended the career conference, and posed a few questions to the company representatives.  Read about it here.

Empowering your employees…

Empower your employees, don't rule over them

Richard Branson’s recent blog post on Empowering your employees, don’t rule over them is an interesting read.  I agree, we need to treat employees like responsible adults, but one question remains:  Are employees mature enough to understand their responsibility to that policy and the company?…

Looking for that dream job….

Ranger Doug, giving us a tour of the South Fork Fishing & Hunting Cllubhouse

How often have I talked about capitalizing on your passions to find that dream job?  Today, as I skimmed Yahoo for news, as I hoped my students do as well, I came across two articles that rang true.  One was about the oldest workers in…