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Greg Worden, D.Mgt.

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School of Business
gworden@marylhurst.edu

Education

D.Mgt., International Operations Management, University of Maryland
MS, Information Technology Systems Management, Capitol College

About

Greg is a green business consultant specializing in renewable energy, sustainability and strategy planning. He's worked as a technology strategic consultant to many federal government agencies, with expertise in developing and implementing enterprise architectures. A former aerospace engineer, Greg was a systems engineer for NASA, working on satellite projects and space shuttle missions.

  • Teaches SUS 500 (Principles of Sustainability); SUS 505 (Strategic Leadership); SUS 541 (Operations Management); SUS 542 (Renewable Energies); SUS 530 (Modeling & Decision Making); and SUS 598 (Integrative Capstone Project)

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November 06, 2014

Seminar: Driving Innovation Success

This two-day seminar (11/6 & 11/7) covers the critical skills needed to execute and lead innovation efforts inside organizations from idea to profi...

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November 06, 2014

Early Registration Event

New students starting fall term at Marylhurst University can earn one free credit* (CAR 101 College Success) toward their general electives while r...

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November 11, 2014

Marylhurst University Sustainability Advisory Council (MUSAC)

Monthly business meeting. Visitors welcome to attend. Agenda items may be submitted to the Advisory Council prior to the meeting. The Council's mi...

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