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John Henry wasn’t beaten by a steam hammer. He was beaten by a human with a steam hammer.
This webinar will draw on mathematician John von Neumann, MacArthur genius award-winning political scientist Robert Axelrod, chess champion Garry Kasparov, war games, game theory, cyborgs, really cool software, and research on the Top Pricer Tournament™.
Attendees will learn:
- Fresh perspectives on strategy and decision-making from the Tournament’s 1800+ strategists and nine billion simulations
- Pitfalls from conflating bad outcomes with bad decisions, and a simple framework to steer clear of the pits
- Deep questions for strategy professionals to answer
Underlying it all is a cyborg — computer + human — approach to decision-making that offers a disruptive look at competitive strategy itself.
Webinar participants can enter the Top Pricer Tournament before the webinar. It’s free, confidential, and non-commercial. The winner will be announced during the webinar.
About Mark Chussil
Mark Chussil is Founder of Advanced Competitive Strategies, Inc. and an Adjunct Instructor in the Pamplin School of Business at the University of Portland.
Over his 40+-year career in strategic thinking and competitive strategy on six continents, Mark has helped Fortune 500 companies to add billions to their bottom lines, taught thousands of strategists to be better strategists, and developed innovative strategy-simulation technology such as the Top Pricer Tournament™. He’s conducted numerous business war games for companies facing key strategy decisions and in educational programs on competitive strategy.
Mark has written three books, chapters for five others, and numerous articles for the Harvard Business Review online, the Journal of Business Strategy, Competitive Intelligence magazine, Entrepreneur.com, and other venues. He has delivered keynotes, workshops, and speeches ranging from the Harvard Business School to the Indian School of Business in Hyderabad to conferences at the Ciragan Palace in Istanbul and on the high seas aboard the Queen Elizabeth II.
Prior to ACS, Mark worked for Sequent Computer Systems and The Strategic Planning Institute (The PIMS Program). He chairs the Community Partners pro bono consulting program for the Harvard Business School Association of Oregon. He was elected a Fellow of SCIP in 2013.
Mark earned his MBA at Harvard and his BA at Yale.
Mark’s LinkedIn profile.