Blog

CEObuilder CEO Forum Meeting

  |     |   No comment
Date: December 13, 2017
Time: 7:30 am  to  2:30 pm

Speaker: Mark H. Hansen, Associate Chair Department of Management BYU Marriott School

Topic: Strategic Thinking: Learning from History’s Great Leaders—Queen Elizabeth the First.

Host: Rich Tyson, President of CEObuilder

Meeting Time/Agenda:

7:30am     Breakfast, Mingle

8:00am     Speaker/Presentation

9:30am     Break

9:40am     Rapid Recall/Therefore, What?

10:00am   TED Talk(s)

10:40am   Group Discussion of TED Talk(s)

11:20am    Most Valuable Business Principle

11:40am   Lunch

12:30pm   Issue Discussion

2:15pm     Something Cool I’ve Discovered

2:30pm     Adjourn

 

Directions to the Utah Valley University Business Resource Center:

*TAKE UNIVERSITY PARKWAY EXIT (EXIT 269)

*YOU WILL BE ON UNIVERSITY PARKWAY, GOING EAST

*IMMEDIATELY BEAR RIGHT TO YOUR FAR RIGHT LANE

*TURN RIGHT AT FIRST OPPORTUNITY

*PROCEED SOUTH PAST HAMPTON INN, WHICH WILL BE ON YOUR RIGHT

*THE UVU BUSINESS RESOURCE CENTER (BRC) WILL BE DIRECTLY AHEAD OF YOU AND TO YOUR RIGHT (IT IS THE FORMER SATURN DEALERSHIP BUILDING).

*WE WILL BE IN THE LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM NEAR THE ENTRANCE OF THE BRC.

Should you encounter difficulty in finding the UVU Business Resource Center, please call Rich Tyson at 801-706-1253 or Steve Dunaway at 801-706-1254.  Either will guide you in.

Parking Instructions:

Ample parking is adjacent to the building.

Dress:

 Business Casual

 

Our speaker and his topic are detailed below:

 

Mark H. Hansen

Associate Chair

Department of Management

BYU Marriott School

Mark Hansen’s research interests span the areas of trust, leadership, competitive advantage, the food & agribusiness industry, and Bayesian research methodologies.  His research has appeared in the Strategic Management JournalJournal of Managerial IssuesInternational Food and Agribusiness Management ReviewManagerial and Decision Economics, and the Journal of Business Ethics.

Mark has a passion for teaching strategy, agribusiness, and managerial economics.  He has consulted with a variety of firms ranging in size from start-ups to large, publicly traded companies.  Mark has served on the board of small firms that do business throughout the U.S. and in several other countries.  Before returning to academia, he worked for Ford Motor Company as a financial analyst.  He holds a PhD in Strategic Management from Texas A&M—and an MBA in Finance, a BS in Accounting, and a Master’s Degree in Accountancy from BYU.

Mark’s presentation is entitled: Strategic Thinking: Learning from History’s Great Leaders—Queen Elizabeth the First.

Elizabeth, the daughter of King Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn, ascended to the throne of England on November 17, 1558 at the age of twenty-five. She succeeded the only surviving child of Henry VIII and Catherine of Aragon, Mary the First, who died after a five-year reign. Mary, fearing her half-sister might have designs on her throne, imprisoned Elizabeth in the Tower of London for eight months—and effectively kept her under house arrest thereafter. Nevertheless, as she recognized her own mortality, Mary proclaimed “that only Elizabeth could succeed me.”

Thus began a 44 year reign marked by political intrigue, religious strife, precarious national finances, romances, and countless proposals of marriage. Through it all, Elizabeth maintained a focus on one central mission: to unite the divided people of England. She came to embody a truly national consciousness with such success that she gave her name to the Elizabethan Age.

Mark will share her extraordinary story of leadership, identifying both her challenges and the means by which she succeeded, including courage, resolve, as well as masterful negotiation and diplomacy. In bringing her story to light, he will illuminate principles that can strengthen each participant’s leadership in business and life.