Mock Class on Strategy

About the Next Mock Class

We will announce the next session date here when the details are available.
In the mean time, please contact us for any questions about the program or register for an Open Class or Information Session.

About the Mock Class

Attend this one-hour mock strategy class designed for those who are wondering if the Executive MBA Program at Temple University, Japan Campus is right for them.

"Strategy" is among the most bandied about terms in business. Everyone -- from senior executives to consultants, from professors to corporate trainers -- seems to have a different definition of strategy. With so many expert opinions, can we agree on what strategy is? And is it of any practical value? And if it is, how do we develop strategies?

In this demonstration class on strategy, you will learn a simply stated yet surprisingly practical definition of strategy. With this definition, you will begin to uncover implications strategy has for every aspect of owning, leading or operating a business. Not only will you learn how strategy is created, you will better understand limitations in creating it. Widespread myths and misconceptions about strategy will begin to clear, and you will begin to see business in a unified and structured way, with a renewed sense of clarity, simplicity and logic.

Agenda

9:45
Doors open
10:00-11:00
Mock Class – Strategy
11:00-11:30
Program Overview & Q&A

Note: Session agenda is subject to change.

About the Lecturer

Dr. Mark Lee Ford

Dr. Mark Lee Ford is an adjunct professor for the Executive MBA Program at Temple University, Japan Campus. He holds a doctoral degree in Aerospace Engineering from Boston University and MBA from Duke University. He is the president of the Moneo Company K.K. and Board Director of Panacea Pharmaceuticals. His specialties include large-scale transformation and turnaround, ventures, corporate strategy, innovation and entrepreneurship, complex negotiations, and leadership development.