Presentation on theme: "Your Personal Competitive Advantage"— Presentation transcript:
1Your Personal Competitive Advantage Mallory De KovesseyTim TrettelChris GravattTina Vargas
2Summarize the efforts you have taken thus far to build an employment record that will lead to job offers after graduation.Join social networking groups Take internship positions Study Abroad Continuing Education Management level experience in workforce (as management major)
3Create Service – Knowledge – from education and experience Considering the first three principles in product implementations, describe one way in which you have a competitive advantage over your classmates. If you do not have such a competitive advantage, describe actions you can take to obtain one.Create Service –Knowledge – from education and experienceExperience – on the job training/managerial positionsSkills – acquiring through education and experience.
4Enhance Service – Through continual education Keeping up to date on changes in service industryTeam/Employee meetings to make sure strategies and objectives are being met.
5Differentiate Service – Stay ahead of the competitionReduce operating costs of companyBring new and fresh ideas to the table
6In order to build your network, you can use your status as a student to approach business professionals. Namely, you can contact them for help with an assignment or for career guidance. Describe two specific ways in which you can use your status as a student and then list in Figure 3-11 to build your network this way.Advantage 1: Use your status as a student to apply for internships and extra curricular activitiesAdvantage 2: Creative thinking which will indicate to a potential employer that you have initiative and are grappling with the problems that real businesses have.
7Describe two ways that you can use student alliances to obtain a job Describe two ways that you can use student alliances to obtain a job. How can you use information systems to build, maintain, and operate such alliances.1) Job Fairs which are held on campus2) Student based clubs and organizations on campus (Phi Beta Lamda)The biggest way to use information systems to build, maintain, and operate alliances is . Also social networks(Facebook/Twitter)