Seminars are available for executive education and leadership development programs, tailored to the exact needs of your organization. Based on over twenty years of experience in strategic analysis and formulation, innovation management, and technology commercialization, coupled to an extensive library of best practices in strategy thought, Greg will help create the framework for developing the tools and models that will enable you to create new value for your customers.
- Product Strategy Lessons from Apple
- Consumption Economics
- Creating Customer Value from Technology Innovation
- The End of Competitive Advantage
- Classical strategy (Michael Porter’s Five Forces, Value Chain)
- Technology Adoption (Crossing the Chasm, Inside the Tornado)
- Blue Ocean Strategy
- Business Model Canvas
- Value Migration
- Business Model Innovation
- Open Innovation
- Others upon request
Greg is an adjunct professor in the Master of Engineering Management Program in the graduate school of engineering at Duke University. He created and teaches “Competitive Strategies in Technology-based Industries”, a highly popular and successful course that prepares students to excel as consultants, product managers, product marketers, and a number of other positions upon graduation. Greg has served as faculty advisor to several student organizations (including the Consulting Club), as a guest lecturer, and as faculty mentor to a number of industry consulting practicums.
Greg is available for guest lectures in business, entrepreneurship, and related programs.