Leadership Development CoP Power of Play: BiggieBills Strategic Leadership Game

  • 17 Jun 2021
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Zoom
  • 21


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Summer is here, and it’s time to play! This year for our annual Power of Play event, the Leadership Development CoP hosts an online game to test and hone your strategic leadership skills. The BiggieBills game, created by George Mason University professor Dr. Mahesh Joshi, puts you into a competitive environment where you work in teams to make strategic decisions to establish your team’s business and move it forward to success. The BiggieBills game is a fun and effective way to facilitate strategic thinking among leaders at all levels from entry-level to senior executives. Through BiggieBills, leaders can learn and practice fundamental concepts related to strategic management, global strategy, corporate entrepreneurship, intrapreneurship, innovation management, and new product development.

So, how strategic are you? Come test your skills in this Power of Play event. And gain some exciting new strategies for developing the leaders in your or your clients’ organizations.

Presenter:  Dr. Mahesh Joshi

Professor Mahesh Joshi is an academic, a consultant, and an entrepreneur. He is the Director of Research & Practice (Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship) and Associate Professor of Global Strategy and Entrepreneurship at the School of Business, George Mason University, Virginia, USA; and he is the President of Joshi International, Inc., a consulting firm.

He received his Ph.D. in Strategic Management and International Business from Temple University, Philadelphia. He launched his first business in 1994, and since then has been involved in more than 10 startups. Recently he has applied for a patent for an interactive board game for teaching strategy management. Dr. Joshi has a wide variety of research and teaching interests, including: Innovation and Entrepreneurship; Strategic Management; Innovations and Technology Management, Global Strategies, Managing Change, Business Model Analysis, and Interdisciplinary Capstone Projects. Dr. Joshi has successfully focused on executive education and has been actively engaged in providing a variety of non-degree executive training. He has won teaching awards for “Excellence in Teaching” with respect to executive MBA students. He has published many (25+) peer-reviewed publications and 11 of these publications are listed as A/A* (ABDC journal list) including Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Operations Management, Decision Sciences Journal, Technological Forecasting and Social Change; and Long Range Planning. He has won several “Best Paper Awards” at a variety of academic conferences. He is actively involved in outreach for the School of Business, George Mason University; and has been awarded the “School of Business Service Award” seven separate times, capturing his ability to connect with the local business community. He is actively engaged with the Northern Virginia Technology Council, TiEDC Chapter (The Indus Entrepreneurs – DC chapter, currently a Board Member) among other local groups.

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