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Strengthen & Expand OUR Faculty

INNOVATE OUR ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Enhance Our Corporate Connections

2009–2013

STRATEGIC initiatives for global impact

Build Our Visibility

Steward Our Resources

Full-Time + Part-Time MBA | Master of Professional Accountancy | Executive Education Davis • Sacramento • San Francisco Bay Area


preparing

innovative leaders for global impact

Bay Area MBA | Bishop Ranch, San Ramon

Sacramento MBA | UC Davis Sacramento Campus

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6%

Full-Time MBA | Master of Professional Accountancy | Gallagher Hall

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No.

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Part-time MBA

FULL-TIME MBA IN U.S. FOR

Highest ranking

in U.S.

in U.S.

18 CONSECUTIVE YEARS

in School’s history

(2011)

(2013)

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(2011)


five strategic initiatives over five years: 2009–2013

Dean’s Message

Strengthen & Expand Our Faculty

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Innovate Our Academic Programs

strategic

initiatives focus our efforts to prepare innovative leaders

Enhance Our Corporate Connections

for global impact Build Our Visibility

Steward Our Resources

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Business Schools That Lead to Jobs

(2011)

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Worldwide for Diversity

Worldwide for

of Corporate Recruiters

faculty quality (2011)

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Mission The mission of the UC Davis Graduate School of Management is to be a global leader in business and management research and education. As part of the world’s premier public university system, the University of California, we pursue significance, excellence and scholarly rigor in our research, teaching and service to society. We emphasize curiosity, creativity and high standards in the generation and transmission of theoretical and practical knowledge relevant for for-profit and nonprofit organizations.

V Ision The vision for the School is to serve as an engine of economic prosperity in our region and globally. Economic prosperity involves wealth creation as well as fostering opportunities for upward economic mobility for all citizens. Promoting economic prosperity operates at two levels. First, the School must be a supplier of first-class business and management leadership to public and private, medium- and large-sized organizations. Second, the School must act as a catalyst to help small, entrepreneurial companies bring innovations to market.

Download our Strategic Plan at

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gsm.ucdavis.edu/strategicplan

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Our S t r at egic Ini t i at i v es for Glob a l Impa c t The business of business schools is undergoing a sea change to meet the rising demands of today’s interconnected, always-on economy. When I joined UC Davis in 2009, we began a two-year strategic renewal process to seek input, ideas and perspectives from our entire community. Our collective goal was to develop an innovative Strategic Plan to map

We concentrate on five strategic initiatives that are core to our mission and vision:

our future and to elevate the School’s visibility and positive impact on the global stage. The foundation of our Strategic Plan draws on a model from

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Strengthen & Expand Our Faculty

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Innovate Our Academic Programs

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Enhance Our Corporate Connections

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Build Our Visibility

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Steward Our Resources

Jim Collins’ book Good to Great . We aim to further advance our vision to be a truly great global business school. To achieve this vision, we must continue to strengthen our community and educate innovative and agile leaders who have the highest degree of integrity and personal character. And we must continue our strong tradition and track record as game-changing shapers of global business best practices and responsible management standards. Our Strategic Plan identifies our key areas of distinctiveness, provides a framework to meet our top priorities, and outlines our five strategic initiatives. This brochure provides an update on our progress. We have made tremendous headway on these initiatives through the energy and efforts of our students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors, business leaders and friends of the School. We’re proud of these successes, and they inspire us to achieve our bold vision for the future together. It is my pleasure to serve as dean of the School during this exciting time.

Ste v en C. Cu rr a ll, P h . D. Dean and Professor of Management

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UC Davis Graduate School of Management faculty members are internationally renowned researchers and teachers. Our goal is to advance faculty quality and strengthen our research excellence by increasing the number of faculty by 30 percent by 2020, and doubling the number of endowed chairs over the next five years, allowing us to recruit more top scholars. We also have attracted premier visiting professors, veteran executives and global thought leaders to our community to enhance our course offerings, expand academic programs and pursue new research.

Strengthen & Expand OUR Faculty

EXTERNAL FACULTY Research Funding $3,000,000

$2,500,000

164%

$2,401,869

Surge

( 2009–2013)

$2,000,000

$1,500,000

$1,000,000

$909,961 $556,452

$500,000 $61,146

2009 – 10

15

%

Growth in School’s Faculty Research Support (2009–2013)

Internal investment in faculty research

2010 – 11

186

NUMBER OF PER-PERSON YEARS SERVING AS EDITOR, SENIOR EDITOR, ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND EDITORIAL BOARD POSITIONS AT TOP JOURNALS BY 32-MEMBER FACULTY (2009–2013)

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2011– 12

2012 – 13

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AVERAGE NUMBER OF PER-PERSON YEARS SERVING AS EDITOR, SENIOR EDITOR, ASSOCIATE EDITOR AND EDITORIAL BOARD POSITIONS AT JOURNALS BY EACH FACULTY MEMBER (2009–2013)

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Our New Faculty Experts

Professor Robert Marquez, Ph.D., MIT

Professor Shannon Anderson, Ph.D., Harvard University

RECIPE FOR GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS

MONEYBALL: LESSONS ON VALUE CREATION

A leading researcher on banking issues, Professor Marquez joined the School in 2010 from Boston University. His study, “Lending Booms and Lending Standards” in the Journal of Finance, laid out the recipe for financial disaster that could—and did— spread globally, with devastating impacts.

An internationally recognized expert on the design and implementation of performance-measurement and costcontrol systems, Professor Anderson joined UC Davis in 2010 from Rice University. She teaches strategic cost management, and uses the case study of the Oakland A’s major league baseball team as chronicled in the book and film Moneyball to illustrate key business concepts.

Carl J. Schramm, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin, Madison

Amy Myers Jaffe

Arthur and Carlyse Ciocca Visiting Professor in Innovation and Entrepreneurship Commencement 2013 Keynote Speaker

UC Davis Executive Director of Energy and Sustainability

ENTREPRENEURIAL STRENGTH A global expert on entrepreneurship, innovation and economic growth, Carl Schramm taught an MBA course on successful startups in spring 2013. The former president and CEO of the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Schramm was named the “Evangelist of Entrepreneurship” by The Economist and is co-author of the best-selling book Better Capitalism: Renewing the Entrepreneurial Strength of the American Economy (2012).

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NEW GLOBAL ENERGY LANDSCAPE One of the world’s preeminent energy economics and strategic policy experts, Amy Myers Jaffe joined UC Davis in October 2012. A sought-after international speaker, Jaffe addressed global oil industry CEOs and executives at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January 2013. On The Economist ’s Digital Debate in February, she debated the Sierra Club’s executive director on fracking. She recently testified on the changing global energy landscape before the U.S. House Subcommittee Davos, Switzerland on Energy and Power. 5


We are staying ahead of the curve in management education, building a bold business future for our students by combining cutting-edge scholarly research, values-based leadership and real-world opportunities. We recently strengthened our MBA program with a new IMPACT curriculum that further integrates globalization, responsible business ethics and sustainability. This curriculum renewal—the most fundamental in the school’s history—better prepares students with the hands-on teamwork, analytical and technical skills, and leadership training that they need to succeed.

INNOVATE OUR ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Advanced Leadership Development Program Partnering with leadership development experts on an evidence-based model that fully integrates principled leadership into our MBA students’ experience.

University of California Summer Institute for Emerging Managers and Leaders Co-founding partner of a two-week career-building and academic program for undergraduates from historically black colleges and universities and Hispanic-serving institutions. UC Davis will host this collaboration of all six UC business schools in 2014.

I ntegrated

INVESTING IN EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

M anagement

Our new IMPACT MBA curriculum is anchored by Integrated Management Project and Articulation and Critical Thinking (IMPACT) core courses. Students team on 20-week projects for client firms. Recent corporate sponsors include:

P roject A rticulation C ritical T hinking

RECORD NUMBER OF BUSINESS STUDENTS

97 188 236 29 550

FULL-time MBA

223

Sacramento MBA ( part-time)

Undergraduate Technology Management Minor Students

San Francisco Bay Area MBA ( part-time) Master of Professional Accountancy Charter Class

Total Graduate Business Students

1, 461

Undergraduate Accounting Course Enrollments

First-of-its-Kind Master of Professional Accountancy in UC System New nine-month program meets a rising demand for professional accountants. Our charter class graduated in June 2013, nearly all with job offers. “I was drawn to the UC Davis MPAc program because you learn the technical skills from the greatest accountants in the field, while at the same time they put a huge emphasis on polishing us as professionals.” — Jessica Agee MPAc 13 Assurance Associate, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP

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A nexus for entrepreneurship education and research— and a springboard for entrepreneurial initiatives at UC Davis.

institute BY THE NUMBERS

1,035 Institute Attendees

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business development fellows

companies launched or supported

entrepreneurship academies

$

90 million

Funding Raised by Instituteaffiliated Startups

“We bring entrepreneurs from around the world together with angel investors, venture capitalists and startup experts to help build the networks to push breakthrough technology and trailblazing concepts from lab to market.” — Andrew Hargadon

GIFT

UC Davis Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Established with $5 million gift from Silicon Valley venture capitalist Mike Childs and his wife, Renée, both UC Davis alumni.

Sustainable AgTech Innovation Center Established in 2012 with $1 million i6 Challenge Grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration, the center’s programs accelerate ventures that promote sustainability in agriculture.

Sustainable AgTech Innovation Center

BIG BANG!

UC DAVIS BUSINESS PLAN COMPETITION TM

Big Bang! Business Plan Competition Now in its 13th year, UC Davis’ MBA-student run business plan competition brings teams of entrepreneurs together to develop and test their business vision and plans. Sponsored by corporations, veteran entrepreneurs, alumni and the venture capital community.

innovation networks

5 million

$

Professor of Technology Management Charles J. Soderquist Chair in Entrepreneurship Director, Child Family Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship UC Davis Graduate School of Management

A new Food, Ag and Health Entrepreneurship Academy in October 2013 will help entrepreneurs identify market needs and opportunities, and create agriculture “food chain” clusters of innovation. S t r a t e g i c i n i t i a t i v e s 2 0 0 9 – 2 013

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We are deepening our relationships with the business community, key employers and corporate leaders worldwide. Our recent initiatives range from custom executive education programs and high-level MBA consulting projects for Fortune 50 firms to a new center for sustainable agriculture technology innovation and advising the nation’s largest public pension fund on sustainable investment performance research.

Enhance Our Corporate Connections

Robert A. Fox Executive-in-Residence Robert Smelick

Jack Gill

Executive-in-Residence 2011 and Visiting Lecturer

Executive-in-Residence 2010

EXECUTIVE EDUCATION

Managing partner and CEO of Headland Ventures, Robert Smelick has more than 30 years of investment banking leadership at Sterling Payot Company; as managing partner at First Boston; and as partner at Kidder, Peabody & Co., in New York and San Francisco. Smelick has an MBA from Harvard University.

Founder and managing partner (retired) of Vanguard Ventures in Palo Alto, Calif., Jack Gill has more than four decades of experience working in Silicon Valley and Boston as a company founder and venture capitalist. Vanguard has returned more than $1 billion to investors. Gill also has 10 years of experience teaching entrepreneurship courses in science, engineering and medicine at Harvard Medical School, MIT and Rice University.

PROVIDING GLOBAL EXECUTIVES WITH CUTTING-EDGE BEST PRACTICES

57%

GROWTH IN EXECUTIVE EDUCATION REVENUE (2009–2013)

We deliver custom programs that give executives the tools and confidence to solve organizational challenges, reach new markets and seize opportunities. Recent clients include:

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UC Davis Wine Executive Program Over the past 14 years, more than 700 wine industry professionals have attended the world’s premier wine executive education program. Energy Industry Risk Wendy Beecham, managing director of executive education, and Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director for energy and sustainability, are collaborating on custom executive education for the energy sector focused on risk and safety, including climate change, sustainability and cybersecurity.

Food for Thought: Agribusiness in China We have launched a first-of-its-kind series of executive education programs to bring UC Davis’ deep agribusiness knowledge and insight into China’s food system to support that country’s move toward agriculture modernization. In partnership with the CHIC Knowledge Center of Excellence, we will host up to 100 entrepreneurial Chinese CEOs at our first three-day symposium, “Growing Agribusiness in China: Scaling Up and Staying Fresh,” in November 2013 in Shanghai. Earthbound Farm CEO Charlie Sweat will present. U C D a v i s G r a du a t e Sc h o o l o f M a n a g e m e n t


Dean’s Distinguished Speakers Top executives and business leaders visit to share their insights, experience and expertise with our community. Recent speakers include:

Bernard Tyson

Sandy Weill

John Mackey

CEO, Kaiser Permanente

Former Chairman and CEO Citigroup

Co-founder and Co-CEO Whole Foods Market

Mark Onetto

Anne Gates

Anne Simpson

Senior Vice President Worldwide Operations and Customer Service Amazon.com

Executive Vice President and CFO Disney Consumer Products

Senior Portfolio Manager of Investments Director of Corporate Governance California Public Employees’ Retirement System (CalPERS)

Advising CalPERS on Sustainable Investment Performance Research Our finance faculty are advising the California Public Employees’ Retirement System, the nation’s largest public pension fund, on the effects of environmental, social and governance factors on financial performance of investments.

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MBA Consulting Center’s Integrated Management Projects Our MBA student teams generate winning solutions for our corporate sponsors: more than 80 percent of our center’s clients implement the teams’ recommendations. Our recent clients include several Fortune 500 firms.

Deans Advisory Council We have a growing sphere of influence through the involvement of California’s diverse top business leaders, who serve as key advisors to the dean, sharing ideas and recommendations on the future growth and development of the School.

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Connecting and communicating effectively with our community and beyond is critical to our mission and vision as a global leader in management education and an engine for economic prosperity worldwide.

Build Our Visibility

We have redoubled our outreach efforts to a wide array of partners and audiences: talented prospective MBA and Master of Professional Accountancy students, current students, alumni, donors, business partners, corporate sponsors, the media and corporate recruiters.

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1 Number of womEn for every 9 men among directors and highest-paid executives in california’s largest public companies

We are one of only nine business schools and universities in the world to join Catalyst, the leading nonprofit organization with a mission to build inclusive environments and expand opportunities for women at work.

Advancing Women in Leadership Our focus on advancing women in leadership includes the annual high-profile “UC Davis Study of California Women Business Leaders,” which tracks the number of women in the C-suites and boardrooms of the largest public companies in the state.

UC Davis’ first comprehensive fundraising campaign is near its goal of raising $1 billion from 100,000 donors.

GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT FUNDRAISING SUCCESS

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S t r a t e g i c i n i t i a t i v e s 2 0 0 9 – 2 013

189% Increase In annual Giving

47% RISE IN ALUMNI PHILANTHROPY

(2009–2013)

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Record support for Annual Giving Program

Record Total Raised From

(2012–2013)

(2012–2013)

Alumni

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Sustainability and corporate responsibility are woven into the very fabric of our culture: UC Davis was recently named the No. 1 “green” university in the U.S. by the Sierra Club.

Steward Our Resources

We also must have sustainable resources to maintain access to affordable, high-quality business education that delivers long-term return on investment for our students. Toward that goal, we are making strategic investments in programs, upgrading our technology and diversifying our revenues beyond state funding.

Toward FINANCIAL SUSTAINABILITY $35 million

Total Revenues Total Expenditures State Funds

$30 million $25 million $20 million $15 million $10 million $5 million

2009 – 10

2010 – 11

2011–12

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Stewarding The University of California Dream

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Toward Financial Sustainability

We have adopted a 10-year plan to reduce reliance on state funding, leading to greater financial autonomy and flexibility through the growth of self-supporting programs. When the plan is fully implemented, those state funds will benefit other academic and research programs at UC Davis.

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19 %

Increase in Average Student Scholarship Funding (2009–2013)

Tuition Guarantee for Part-Time MBA Students Entering MBA students in Sacramento and the San Francisco Bay Area are guaranteed the same course fee while earning their degree, without quarterly or annual increases.

73%

Revenue of total budget from self-supporting programs

218%

Increase in Endowment Market Value (2009–2013)

Philanthropic support, endowed funds in particular, are critical to the school’s long-term financial self-sufficiency.

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Our Home Reflects Our Values Maurice J. Gallagher, Jr. Hall features a pioneering, eco-friendly design. With a new rooftop solar array, it became the first business school in California to earn the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification, the highest standard of excellence in green and sustainable construction.

Center for Investor Welfare and Corporate Responsibility Promotes research, teaching, courses and student activities that bridge scientific and ethical principles in corporate practices.

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Financial Efficiency by Connecting Locations Our investment in telepresence technology enables our faculty to teach students and communicate in realtime between our campuses in Davis and the San Francisco Bay Area. Videoconferencing links our students; its use for meetings, interviews and consultations also reduces travel costs for faculty and staff.

International Recognition The Aspen Institute’s Center for Business Education ranks UC Davis among the top 10 percent of MBA programs worldwide for integrating social and environmental stewardship into curricula and scholarly research.

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