Start Date: 12/13/2017 11:00 AM EST
End Date: 12/13/2017 12:00 PM EST
MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance
The use of data and key metrics can radically improve outcomes and provide key insights. Explore a process framework developed by BYU’s MBA Career Services, using “Key Performance Indicators” (KPI) to enhance student employment and influence key stakeholders. The workshop will present the KPI, overall process, and overview of results gained by implementation. This effort has become a bedrock process in BYU’s program that has enabled Career Services to pull together and influence stakeholders giving Career Services a platform to improve the quality of incoming MBA candidates, enhance the coach-student relationship, give real leadership opportunities to students, and drive accountability.
Rick Patterson, Assistant Director, BYU MBA Career Management, Brigham Young University
Rick serves as the Assistant Director of MBA Career Management, working with the Finance track MBA students. Prior to coming to BYU in 2012, Rick worked for 20 years in Finance at Intel Corporation.
At Intel, Rick held several finance positions in R&D, Manufacturing, Division P&L, Corporate HR and Legal, and finally as Sr. Internal Corporate Consultant overseeing Intel’s $6B Growth Portfolio.
Prior to Intel, Rick worked as a product engineer for Westinghouse Electric Company. Rick is a two-time graduate of BYU – he received his B.S. degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1988, and his MBA in 1992.
Rick served his LDS mission in Germany and is married with five sons. He is an avid sports fan – a huge baseball, college football and basketball fan.
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12/12/2017 5:00 PM