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DIY or Hire it Out? Factors for Small Business Owners

Hiring it out or doing it yourself? There are pros and cons to both and it really boils down to the 3 T’s: Time, Talent, and Treasure. University of La Verne SBDC Director Sean Snider shares things to keep in mind as you decide.

Summer Program gets generous gift, serves 49 local students.

The College of Business received a $50,000 gift from the Fleischer to support the University of La Verne’s REACH/Fleischer residential summer Program (formerly the REACH program). The REACH/Fleischer program is now in its sixteenth year.

Mark Hicks

Understanding Company Culture with Mark Hicks

An awareness of company culture is key to being a successful manager. What can make this hard is that culture involves shared understanding and unwritten rules; it’s what’s not written in the employee handbook.

Alumni Spotlight: The Importance of Mentoring

Joey Sabers (BBA, ’20) is a client relationship associate at Kforce, a business-to-business staffing and recruiting company headquartered in Tampa, Florida.

Dr. Ali Dehghan to Present at International Conference

Dr. Ali Dehghan, Assistant Professor of IT & Business Analytics, will present “Evaluation of the Processes and Factors affecting the Establishment of Technology Management System” to the 9th International Multidisciplinary Conference on Economics, Business, Technology and Social Sciences on May 14-15, Istanbul, Turkey. 

CBPM Alum is Fontana’s new city manager

Congratulations to alumnus Matt Ballantyne, who has been selected as Fontana’s new city manager, the top administrative role, effective April 18.

Dr. Deborah Olson on Onboarding New Hires

Managers face the challenge of providing all new employees with a baseline level of quality onboarding while at the same time customizing the experience to fit the unique requirements of the individual and the role