ALI MOHARERI

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  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Instructor
  • BUS 120, Introduction to Business
  • BUS 137, Customer Service
  • BUS 290, Business Communications
  • BS (Business Admin), Saint Mary's College of Calif
  • MBA, University of California, Irvine
  • VOICEMAIL: 760.757.2121 x1338
  • EMAIL: amohareri@miracosta.edu
Ali Mohareri
 
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Ali Mohareri brings to MiraCosta College over 20 years of experience from the medical diagnostics industry in various strategic sales, marketing, management and training roles.  Specifically, Ali has worked for several Fortune 500 corporations such as Johnson and Johnson, Quest Diagnostics, Danaher Corporation, Bausch & Lomb, Alere and Roche Diagnostics.

In addition to his large company experience, Ali also led smaller and start-up organizations in sales management and marketing capacities.  Thus, he has a broad understanding for how organizations from different sizes, cultures and leadership operate and behave.

Ali possesses an MBA degree from University of California, Irvine.  As well, Ali holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration with a minor in Economics from Saint Mary’s College of California.   And as a part of his MBA curriculum, Ali spent some time in China learning about their business practices and culture.

While not teaching and working, Ali enjoys traveling, reading business related books, fitness, playing basketball and following professional sports.  Some of the interesting countries that Ali has visited are Italy, France, Turkey, Japan, Germany, Venezuela, Puerto Rico, China, Iran, Israel, Mexico, Canada, Czech Republic, Austria, England, Dubai and the list is growing……….

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SYLLABUS LINKS

BUS 120:1226 Fall 2014 (SEC)
BUS 137:2536 Fall 2014 (OCS)
BUS 290:1235 Fall 2014 (SEC)

BUS 120:1254 Spring 2014 (SEC)
BUS 137:3194 Spring 2014 (OCS)

VIDEO LINKS

BUS 137 Ali Mohareri Pt1 Pt2 Pt3
BUS 137 Student Role Plays Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 PDF
BUS 137 Student Legoland Presentation Pt1 Pt2 Pt3
BUS 120/290 Student Presentations Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4
BUS 137 Kathy Cuff, Guest Speaker, Co-author of
Legendary Service: The Key is to Care, Bio Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4
BUS 137 Trish Sanderson, Guest Speaker, YELP
Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4 Pt5

BUS 135 Ali Mohareri, Guest Speaker Pt1 Pt2 Pt3 Pt4

BUS 120 Introduction to Business Chapters for first two weeks of semester (PDFs):

BUSN-7: CH01 CH02

BUS 137 Customer ServiceChapters for first two weeks of semester (PDFs):

The World of Customer Service: CH01 CH02

BUS 290 Business Communication Chapters for first two weeks of semester (PDFs):

BCOM-6: CH01 CH02

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Teaching Philosophy/Style and Class Management/Activities

I have been fortunate to have experienced a variety of different teaching styles and techniques during my broad professional and academic careers.  And the one thing I have learned is that there is not one system or style of teaching that is always effective.  Thus, I strive to teach my classes using a combination of teaching principles and I am always adapting my style to more effectively meet the needs of today’s bright students.  As for example, I utilize Twitter and YouTube pretty extensively in my teaching methodology.

Most importantly though, I structure my classes to be engaging, thought-provoking and interactive.  This allows students to learn, contribute and share ideas during the class lectures and discussions.  Keep in mind that for this method to be effective, the students must come to class prepared with the reading and assignment requirements of that particular class.

Moreover, I take a lot of time in preparing and customizing each class lecture to contain relevant current business stories, cases or events to tie directly to the course book material.  Therefore, the students are always getting the practical application of the book content.

Lastly, I am a big believer of bringing in guest speakers and having field trips during the term to further enhance the learning experience of students. This is perhaps the most enriching aspect of my classes because you will gain and learn first hand experience from professionals and businesses that have demonstrated success in their fields.