Faculty: Mona L. Muggenthaler-Sabuco

Mona L. Sabuco, DBA

Title(s):
Distinguished Adjunct Professor
School(s):
Business
415-897-2817
Campus(es):
San Francisco

Prof. Mona has worked in the Energy Industry for over thirty years. She is currently retired from Chevron Corporation’s Human Resources department where she was the project manager for various core and enabling areas which include projects in development and implementation stages. In addition, managed the Corporate Human Resources annual business planning cycle and formal business plan as well as being responsibility for the functional Human Resources business planning process. Her last assignment at Chevron included working on project plans, global deployment and communication plans, Company-wide training including developing Computer Based Training (CBT) as well as helping Corporate Human Resources be compliant in this specialized and complicated area.

In previous positions throughout various operating companies within Chevron, she was responsible for business plans, strategic updates, operational forecasts, Web/Application development and IT planning and support for both corporate departments and operating companies.

Mona's doctoral dissertation research and manuscript analyzed models in practice on decision-making while assessing technology. Consideration was taken to discover manager’s decision-making models used when valuing technology to be brought into the firm. Two years of literature research and baseline research lead her to completion of doctoral degree. Decision-making while assessing technology is a topic that she is committed to and believes needs further expansion in the technology management field. She continues to pursue studies in this area.

She is a strong believer in KNOWLEDGE and its application in the business world and consider's herself a student for life.


COURSES TAUGHT

ITM 329
Business Continuity: Crisis Management, Recovery and Restoration
ITM 395
Strategic Information Technology Planning, Organization and Leadership
MSBA 301
Performance Management & Metrics

RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Operational Management
  • Business Planning and Forecasting
  • Black Belt in Lean Sigma/Process Management/Project Management
  • Leadership Development

EDUCATION

  • BS, San Francisco State University
  • MBA, DBA, Golden Gate University

PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2005 - Present
  • Corporate Human Resources (Team Lead Business Services), Chevron Corp.
  • Numerous responsibilities with Chevron since 1981.
2000 - Present
  • Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University
  • Various lecture experiences encompassing management theory, economics, and project/process management including Lean Sigma
  • Numerous years of Corporate results including working in Japan and Korea
  • Adjunct Professor, University of San Francisco
  • Adjunct Professor, Dominican University

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS


HONORS & AWARDS

  • GGU Outstanding Adjunct Professor Award, 2012
  • GGU Distinguished Adjunct Professor Award, 2010
  • Dominican University Outstanding Adjunct Teaching Award, 2012

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