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Lacerenza, Christina Noelle

Assistant Professor




  • teamwork, leadership, diversity, training


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courses taught

  • MBAC 6001 - Foundations of Teamwork
    Primary Instructor - Summer 2019 / Summer 2020 / Summer 2021 / Summer 2022
    Focuses on teamwork effectiveness and collaboration. Students will understand what affects team outcomes, how to maximize a team's effectiveness and how to create a company environment that fosters collaboration and teamwork as they develop their own teamwork skills while learning to develop the skills of their employees' and colleagues'.
  • ORGN 1001 - Women in Leadership
    Primary Instructor - Fall 2022
    Everyone can benefit from taking the time to reflect upon and grow their leadership ability. The purpose of this experience is to ground students in a community of similarly minded, high caliber individuals, to equip them with leadership insights and best practices, and to encourage them to achieve their greatest leadership goals. This will be accomplished by careful discussion, readings, and perhaps, most importantly, exposure to key chief executive officers and other very highly accomplished leaders. Although we discuss the unique aspect of being a woman in business, men are welcomed to share in the leadership experience. Formerly MGMT 1001.
  • ORGN 4040 - Individual, Team, and Organizational Development
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2019 / Spring 2020 / Spring 2021 / Spring 2022
    Explores how to determine where an organization needs to focus its development efforts, how to develop and deliver an effective training program, and how to evaluate the impact of development programs on organizational effectiveness. Explores individual, team, and organization-wide development, including such topics as skills training, team building, and managing change. Formerly MGMT 4040.


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