- D.B.A., (HRM), Nova Southeastern University
- M.As., (Actuarial Science) Georgia State University
- B.S.Ed., (Mathematics), University of Florida
- quality management
- operations management
- business analysis
Kenneth Levine retired from The Coca-Cola Company with 24 years of service in 1999. He led Coke’s TQM initiative for 3 years in the U.S.A. Division (the largest division in the company). He also worked in many diverse organizational functions during his career, including marketing research, information technology, marketing, national sales, sales management, purchasing and continuous improvement.
Ken is a Certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt and a certified purchasing manager.
- Levine, Kenneth, & Lucy McClurg, “Contract Workers and Client Work Team Participation.” Proceedings of the Southern Industrial Relations and Human Resources Conference (2003): 60-70. Awarded best paper in Organizational Behavior Division.
- Levine, Kenneth, “The Motivation of Information Systems Contract Workers: An Expectancy Theory Approach,” University Microfilms, Inc., June, 1999. (Doctoral dissertation)
- Levine, Kenneth & Gordon B. Harwood, “Decision Models and Mathematical Modeling”, The Managerial and Cost Accountant’s Handbook, by Black, H. and Edwards, J. (eds.), Dow Jones-Irwin, Homewood, IL, 1979, pp. 940-970.
- Levine, Kenneth, “Developing a Planning Model Without a Million Dollar Budget,” Managerial Planning, July/August, 1976, pp. 18-21.
- Levine, Kenneth, “Corporate Modeling of a Life Insurance Company: A Developmental Game Plan,” Journal of Risk and Insurance, December, 1973, pp.555-564.