Tribal Administration Certificate Program - CGU

Tribal Administration Certificate Program - CGU

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This evening Professor Decker reviewed Peter Drucker's writings, “Managing Oneself”, “The New Productivity Challenge” and “How to Make People Decisions”. He also lectured on the management lessons we can learn from Disney's acquisition of Pixar Animation Studios and showed this interview with Steve Jobs on Pixar's mission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgWdjvRgouk&t=6s

Another interview with Steve Jobs on Pixar's origins can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcimTgKvwPo
Tonight we were honored to host Professor Michael Connolly Miskwish for a guest lecture, "Cultural Destruction & Demographic Collapse: The California Missions’ Tragic Consequences For Tribes". Thank you, Professor Miskwish, for helping to raise awareness about this painful chapter of Native American history that is seldom taught in full at our schools.
Tonight Dr Decker started his Middle Managers course with a discussion of Al Dunlap's mismanagement of Scott Paper Co. in the case study, "Scott Paper Company". He also reviewed Peter Drucker's thoughts on the theory of the business, business' role in society and strategy.
This Monday (5-10-21) Dr Kate Spilde kicked off our TACP II Intergov Relations course with a lecture focusing on how historical trauma has affected Tribal communities. She provided an overview of CA Tribes' suffering under the Spanish mission system & its lingering ramifications.
Congrats to our students who completed their finals this week! This evening, each student demonstrated their scenario thinking skills, presenting their 3-5 year plan on their roles at San Manuel & addressing areas where they need to be ready amid COVID & other uncertainties. Way to go, Everybody!
We express our gratitude to Michelle LaPena (Owner, LaPena Corporation) for her guest lecture this evening, "Sacred Sites & Federal Indian Law: Ongoing Challenges". Thank you, Michelle, for helping to raise awareness about these important issues affecting Native Nations. Your role in educating government officials and others about Tribal concerns with sacred sites is greatly appreciated.
Professor Kate Spilde has published a most insightful piece on the important model offered by Tribal Government Gaming. Congratulations, Professor Spilde, on this wonderful article!

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https://igamingbusiness.com/stakeholder-capitalism-in-indian-country/
4-21-21: Dr. Spilde reviewed the dynamics of tribal gaming during COVID. She also addressed how the CARES Act discussions brought focus to the govnt status of tribes. Additionally, Dr. Spilde explained how gaming contributed to a resurgence of CA tribal communities and cultures.
Tonight we were honored to host Professor Kevin Washburn of the Univ. of Iowa College of Law & former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs (Obama Admin.) who lectured on the latest in Indian Country concerning Federal-Tribal consultation, infrastructure, COVID-19, upcoming court cases & much more. Thank you, Professor Washburn, for a memorable & most informative guest talk!
This evening Dr Spilde gave a comprehensive and fascinating lecture on the origins and legal disputes behind the development of Tribal Governmental Gaming. In addition, she shared the compromises that brought about IGRA and reviewed Robert Clinton's '10 piece on assessing IGRA on its 20th anniversary. Dr Spilde concluded by addressing the impacts of IGRA on Tribal and non-Tribal communities.
Tonight we were delighted to host Prof Rebecca Tsosie who gave an illuminating lecture, "Native American Human Rights & Federal Indian Policy: Where We Are Today". Prof Tsosie addressed Tribal data sovereignty, climate change challenges for reservations, Indian voting rights, the tragedy of Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women & much more. Thank you, Prof Tsosie, for your continued involvement with helping others learn more about these important issues affecting Indian Country!
On 4-7-21, Dr Spilde lectured on the origins of Tribal Govnt Gaming, reviewing the 'Bryan v Itasca Cnty' & 'CA v Cabazon' cases. She also discussed Clayton Christensen's impactful essay, "How Will You Measure Your Life?", and our students presented their own reflections on Christensen's work. Great job, Everybody!
The TACP II was honored to host Brian Cladoosby (Former Chairman, Swinomish Tribe & Former President, NCAI) on 4-5-21. Mr. Cladoosby shared the innovative policies that the Swinomish Tribe has put in place towards education, public health, economic development, addiction treatment, dental care & protecting Tribal sovereignty. Thank you, Sir, for your mentorship & service!
The '21 TACP II is privileged to learn from Dr. Kate Spilde this year. Her 3-31-21 lecture focused on the political & historical context for Tribal Government Gaming, reviewing economic development considerations & strategies pursued by Tribal governments today. Welcome Back, Dr. Spilde!
The '21 TACP II is in session! On 3-29-21, we hosted Prof Rhonda LeValdo of Haskell Indian Nations Univ. & Host of “Native Spirit” Radio Show on 90.1 FM in Lawrence, Kansas. Prof LeValdo lectured on the never-ending need to educate govnt officials about Tribal Sovereignty. Thank you, Prof. LeValdo!
Congratulations to the CGU Tribal Program I Class of '20-'21 on completing their final capstone projects & coursework! Well done, Graduates! We are very proud of you for this significant achievement!

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[FULL HD] Steve Jobs and John Lasseter interview on Pixar (1996) 05/27/2021

[FULL HD] Steve Jobs and John Lasseter interview on Pixar (1996)

This evening Professor Decker reviewed Peter Drucker's writings, “Managing Oneself”, “The New Productivity Challenge” and “How to Make People Decisions”. He also lectured on the management lessons we can learn from Disney's acquisition of Pixar Animation Studios and showed this interview with Steve Jobs on Pixar's mission: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SgWdjvRgouk&t=6s

Another interview with Steve Jobs on Pixar's origins can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YcimTgKvwPo

[FULL HD] Steve Jobs and John Lasseter interview on Pixar (1996) A conversation about Pixar with CEO Steve Jobs and John Lasseter, director of the film "Toy Story."»»﴿───► See more on the Directors Playlist: https://www.yo...

05/18/2021

Tonight we were honored to host Professor Michael Connolly Miskwish for a guest lecture, "Cultural Destruction & Demographic Collapse: The California Missions’ Tragic Consequences For Tribes". Thank you, Professor Miskwish, for helping to raise awareness about this painful chapter of Native American history that is seldom taught in full at our schools.

05/13/2021

Tonight Dr Decker started his Middle Managers course with a discussion of Al Dunlap's mismanagement of Scott Paper Co. in the case study, "Scott Paper Company". He also reviewed Peter Drucker's thoughts on the theory of the business, business' role in society and strategy.

05/13/2021

This Monday (5-10-21) Dr Kate Spilde kicked off our TACP II Intergov Relations course with a lecture focusing on how historical trauma has affected Tribal communities. She provided an overview of CA Tribes' suffering under the Spanish mission system & its lingering ramifications.

05/06/2021

Congrats to our students who completed their finals this week! This evening, each student demonstrated their scenario thinking skills, presenting their 3-5 year plan on their roles at San Manuel & addressing areas where they need to be ready amid COVID & other uncertainties. Way to go, Everybody!

04/27/2021

We express our gratitude to Michelle LaPena (Owner, LaPena Corporation) for her guest lecture this evening, "Sacred Sites & Federal Indian Law: Ongoing Challenges". Thank you, Michelle, for helping to raise awareness about these important issues affecting Native Nations. Your role in educating government officials and others about Tribal concerns with sacred sites is greatly appreciated.

Stakeholder capitalism in Indian Country - iGaming Business 04/22/2021

Stakeholder capitalism in Indian Country - iGaming Business

Professor Kate Spilde has published a most insightful piece on the important model offered by Tribal Government Gaming. Congratulations, Professor Spilde, on this wonderful article!

Stakeholder capitalism in Indian Country

iGaming Business

https://igamingbusiness.com/stakeholder-capitalism-in-indian-country/

Stakeholder capitalism in Indian Country - iGaming Business The fact that tribal government gaming is used to fund tribal communities is often highlighted as the sector’s clearest differentiator from commercial gambling, writes Professor Kate Spilde. However, she writes, the model pursued by the tribes could be viewed as a blueprint for sovereign nations t...

04/22/2021

4-21-21: Dr. Spilde reviewed the dynamics of tribal gaming during COVID. She also addressed how the CARES Act discussions brought focus to the govnt status of tribes. Additionally, Dr. Spilde explained how gaming contributed to a resurgence of CA tribal communities and cultures.

04/20/2021

Tonight we were honored to host Professor Kevin Washburn of the Univ. of Iowa College of Law & former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs (Obama Admin.) who lectured on the latest in Indian Country concerning Federal-Tribal consultation, infrastructure, COVID-19, upcoming court cases & much more. Thank you, Professor Washburn, for a memorable & most informative guest talk!

04/15/2021

This evening Dr Spilde gave a comprehensive and fascinating lecture on the origins and legal disputes behind the development of Tribal Governmental Gaming. In addition, she shared the compromises that brought about IGRA and reviewed Robert Clinton's '10 piece on assessing IGRA on its 20th anniversary. Dr Spilde concluded by addressing the impacts of IGRA on Tribal and non-Tribal communities.

04/13/2021

Tonight we were delighted to host Prof Rebecca Tsosie who gave an illuminating lecture, "Native American Human Rights & Federal Indian Policy: Where We Are Today". Prof Tsosie addressed Tribal data sovereignty, climate change challenges for reservations, Indian voting rights, the tragedy of Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women & much more. Thank you, Prof Tsosie, for your continued involvement with helping others learn more about these important issues affecting Indian Country!

04/13/2021

On 4-7-21, Dr Spilde lectured on the origins of Tribal Govnt Gaming, reviewing the 'Bryan v Itasca Cnty' & 'CA v Cabazon' cases. She also discussed Clayton Christensen's impactful essay, "How Will You Measure Your Life?", and our students presented their own reflections on Christensen's work. Great job, Everybody!

04/13/2021

The TACP II was honored to host Brian Cladoosby (Former Chairman, Swinomish Tribe & Former President, NCAI) on 4-5-21. Mr. Cladoosby shared the innovative policies that the Swinomish Tribe has put in place towards education, public health, economic development, addiction treatment, dental care & protecting Tribal sovereignty. Thank you, Sir, for your mentorship & service!

04/13/2021

The '21 TACP II is privileged to learn from Dr. Kate Spilde this year. Her 3-31-21 lecture focused on the political & historical context for Tribal Government Gaming, reviewing economic development considerations & strategies pursued by Tribal governments today. Welcome Back, Dr. Spilde!

04/13/2021

The '21 TACP II is in session! On 3-29-21, we hosted Prof Rhonda LeValdo of Haskell Indian Nations Univ. & Host of “Native Spirit” Radio Show on 90.1 FM in Lawrence, Kansas. Prof LeValdo lectured on the never-ending need to educate govnt officials about Tribal Sovereignty. Thank you, Prof. LeValdo!

03/25/2021

Congratulations to the CGU Tribal Program I Class of '20-'21 on completing their final capstone projects & coursework! Well done, Graduates! We are very proud of you for this significant achievement!

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As part of her final presentation, '20-'21 TACP I student Violet Castro included this moving poem that she authored on Indian Country's struggles & aspirations. Thank you, Violet, for sharing this heartfelt commentary!

03/24/2021

A big congratulations to our '20-'21 TACP I students who gave their final presentations for this semester's Tribal History & Law course on Monday (3-22-21) - - Great job, Everybody!

03/22/2021

3-10-21: '20-'21 TACP I student Steven Moore presented on Ch. 9 of 'Leading Quietly' entitled 'Three Quiet Virtues'. Thank you for walking us through this crucial subject matter that leaders need to have on their radar screens! Excellent breakdown & explanation of the material!

03/22/2021

3-10-21: '20-'21 TACP I student Michelle Aguilar gave a wonderful presentation of Ch. 8 ("Craft A Compromise") of 'Leading Quietly'. Well done, Michelle, on your analysis and for engaging the class in reviewing this important topic that deserves more attention!

03/09/2021

A Big THANK YOU to TACP Co-Founder Dr Deron Marquez for his 3-8-21 guest lecture! Dr Marquez touched upon a variety of subjects & reviewed Dr M. Fletcher's '06 piece "Toward a Theory of Intertribal & Intratribal Common Law". Thank you, Dr Marquez, for an illuminating discussion!

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The TACP is delighted and proud that its very own Toni Pepper (TACP I Class of '20-'21) was recognized by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in celebration of Int'l Women's Day & Women's History Month! Well deserved, Toni! Thank you for what you do!
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03/04/2021

Our Many Thanks to TACP faculty member Dr. Kate Spilde for an illuminating 3-1-2021 lecture on the history of Tribal Government Gaming and its role in Nation Building and helping Tribes develop their economies!

03/04/2021

'20-'21 TACP I student AJ Munro (U.S. Marine) presented on Ch 10 ("Your Team Members Are Individuals Too") of 'Being The Boss'. It emphasized the need to help teammates develop & the importance of diversity, empathy & setting clear expectations. Thank you, AJ, for your mentorship!

03/04/2021

'20-'21 TACP I student Gina Zamudio provided a wonderful analysis of Ch. 7 ("Nudge, Test & Escalate Gradually") of 'Leading Quietly'. Excellent job, Gina, on helping to make sense of this important subject facing organizations!

03/04/2021

'20-'21 TACP I student Frankyne Mouton did an excellent job presenting Ch. 6 of 'Leading Quietly', summarizing Badaracco's "Bend The Rules" argument. Well done, Frankyne!

02/23/2021

This evening the CGU Tribal Program was honored to host California Assemblymember James Ramos (District 40) () for a guest lecture. Asm. Ramos' remarks covered his work with the California Truth & Healing Council, Native American education, Tribal Sovereignty, water rights, su***de prevention & health, sacred sights, public service & much, much more. Thank you, Asm. Ramos, for your service & mentorship! We are most grateful for your time.

Twelve O'Clock High 1949 War Drama Gregory Peck 1080p HD 02/18/2021

Twelve O'Clock High 1949 War Drama Gregory Peck 1080p HD

This evening Prof. Decker reviewed leadership lessons from the 1949 war film, "12 O' Clock High" (starring Gregory Peck) about the US Army's 8th Air Force that flew daylight bombing missions against N**i Germany & occupied France in WWII. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p60wUlGWm5o

Twelve O'Clock High 1949 War Drama Gregory Peck 1080p HD The Classic World War II Drama....one of the best ever with an All-Star cast of Gregory Peck, Gary Merrill, Hugh Marlowe and Dean Jagger. They don't make mo...

02/18/2021

2-15-21: The TACP screened the film "6 Generations" about the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians' experience from the Spanish missions period to today. The film provides a heart wrenching account of the impacts from the loss of land, language & culture. https://claremont.kanopy.com/video/6-generations

Retracing Ernest Shackleton's Doomed Expedition To Cross The Antarctic | The Endurance | Timeline 02/11/2021

Retracing Ernest Shackleton's Doomed Expedition To Cross The Antarctic | The Endurance | Timeline

This evening Prof Decker reviewed Ch 3 of 'Leading Quietly' in addition to sharing leadership lessons from Keith Shackleton's Antarctic expedition. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1jFP7t8JZT8

Retracing Ernest Shackleton's Doomed Expedition To Cross The Antarctic | The Endurance | Timeline Ernest Shackleton - In 1914, after the sinking of his ship The Endurance, this hero saved his entire crew from a certain death. 100 years later our expeditio...

02/11/2021

2-8-21: We had the pleasure of hearing a lecture by Dr David Wilkins on Public Law 280. Dr Wilkins reviewed works by Goldberg&Ambrose as well as Goldberg&Champagne. Thank you, Dr Wilkins, for helping us to learn more about this important policy issue affecting Indian Country.

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