© 2019 by Tim Michaelis, PhD. 

Knowledge for Every Level

OVERVIEW OF COURSES

GRADUATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

MBA 580 - Strategy

Core strategy course integrating tools such as PESTEL analysis, Porter's 5 Forces, SWOT analysis, Value Chain, among others with real world business cases and an applied project.

MBA 550 - Management of Technology

Converting new technologies into viable products by critically evaluating customer needs in order to launching new ventures or corporate spinoffs.

MBA 590 - Special Topics: Data Driven Decision Making

Using analytical and statistical modeling to help improve critical business decisions to support innovation.

Voice of the Customer analysis, Survey Development, R programming

UNDERGRADUATE COURSES OFFERED

MIE 310 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship

MIE 412 - Finance and Accounting for Entrepreneurs

MIE 201 - Introduction to Business Processes

WORKSHOP "SHORT" COURSES

Introduction to R programming, statistical modeling, and data visualization

From installing R and R Studio, getting statistical packages installed, organizing data, plots, and running simple statistical analysis. This course is designed as a short 1 day or "1 credit hour" introductory course.

Process Modeling: Understanding Time as a Variable (Graduate Short Course Only)

An introduction to Growth Modeling, Measurement Invariance, Mediation, Multi-level mediation, Time lagged regression, and Panel Models in R. Recommended pre-requisites: Regression and Structural Equation Modeling.

Developing Value Propositions and Evaluating Business Models

An applied, intensive, workshop designed to perfect a new ventures value proposition. Designed to help identify unique customer problems (i.e., needs), segment and validate first customers, and improve one's chances of getting investment from Angels and Venture Capitalists.