Using Technology to Develop Lasting Competitive Advantage
We are pleased to invite you to our upcoming SCQAA San Fernando Valley Chapter meeting on August 14th at our ususal Intuit Office Building in Woodland Hills. The speaker is Dr. Mark Chun. His talk summary is as follows:
Information technology has provided corporations with numerous opportunities to innovate in today’s competitive environment. However, it has also provided the same opportunities to fail. In his talk, Dr. Mark Chun, will talk about approaches to innovation and discuss how corporations can leverage technology to develop a lasting competitive advantage. He will discuss how innovation can be about the process of setting up for opportunities, and not just about engaging in single autonomous efforts to change the firm. Come and hear best practices and approaches on corporate innovation attempts (and the not-so-successful attempts) and learn how to apply these techniques to your organization.
Seats are limited, please register here.
For SCQAA Members and Intuit Employees: Free
For Non-members: $10.00 Donation at the door.
Food will be served.
Dr. Mark Chun for August 14 2013r. Mark Chun is the Director of the Center for Applied Research and an Associate Professor of Information Systems at the Graziadio School of Business and Management at Pepperdine University. He has taught the core “Information and Process Systems”, “Information Resources & Technology”, and “Technology & Operations” classes in the Fully-Employed MBA, Full-Time MBA, and Executive MBA programs.
Dr. Chun earned a PhD in Information Systems from the University of Colorado at Boulder. He received an MBA from the University of California, Irvine in the area of international business and strategy. He holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with an emphasis in management information systems from the University of Hawaii. Mark has significant work experience that holds valuable to his research. He has worked for companies such as Intel Corporation, Pepsi Co. / Taco Bell, Coopers & Lybrand, and the Bank of Hawaii.