UCSB’s Technology Management Program presents fascinating, and sometimes surprising, candid conversations with industry leaders who have distinguished themselves in their fields. John Greathouse, start up expert and UCSB Professor of Practice, hosts.
Watch the latest:
Bing Chen, Former Head of YouTube’s Creative Team on the Future of Online Video Content
Pamala Temple, Co-Founder and CEO, A Place For Mom
Cheryl Conner: Author, Columnist, and CEO, SnappConner PR
Click here to view all programs the Innovator Stories series.
What do you get when you pair a street-smart start-up expert and UCSB Professor of Practice with industry leaders who have distinguished themselves in their fields? You get a front row seat to fascinating, and sometimes surprising, candid conversations. The newest programs in this long-running series from the Technology Management Program at UC Santa Barbara finds John Greathouse in conversation with some intriguing people. Check out these new interviews:
Mark Sylvester, a cook who became the father of CGI and won an Oscar for scientific and technical achievement
Stacy Peralta, a skateboarding legend and the accidental inventor of the action sports video
Robbie Bach, the creator of the xBox, redefining the gaming industry
Mike Falzone, a YouTube star who leveraged his passions into a career
Cheryl Conner, who turned her love for writing into a PR firm.
For more from the series go to ucsd.tv/tmp
There are many paths to finding the career that makes you excited to go to work every day. Mary Walshok, PhD, Associate Vice Chancellor, Public Programs; Dean, UC San Diego Extension explains how your personal and cultural values can shape your career journey. Andy Kieatiwong shares his story of going from student to CEO and how leveraging your college experiences can set you up for success.
Changing the Way We Work with Mary Walshok
Building Rockets, Building Careers with Andy Kieatiwong
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UC Santa Barbara’s Technology Management Program taps into its extensive network of business professional and entrepreneurs who have distinguished themselves as experts in their fields — and you get a front row seat. This month several new programs are being added to the already extensive archive.
You’ll definitely want to check out these recently added speakers:
Marc Randolph – Award-winning entrepreneur
Todd Stone – Marketing and communications experts and Army vet
Thomas Tighe – CEO of Direct Relief
Ben Casnocha – Technology entrepreneur and executive
Trip Hawkins – PC and game industry pioneer
Mark Coopersmith – Fortune 500 executive
Libby Gill – Executive coach
Take advantage of the rare opportunity to learn directly from those who have excelled through innovation and dedication to their work.
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