Taught by both faculty from USC Marshall School of Business and relevant Food Industry "Subject Matter Experts," this innovative program will enhance the participant's business mindset while providing key knowledge and the latest strategic tools. Be inspired and learn to inspire.
-Developing a Strategic Mindset
-Leadership, Power and Influence
-The Dynamic Landscape of Food Retailing
-Developing Lifetime Customer Value
-Management Priorities, Globalization, and the Future of the Food Industry
Who should attend
The program is geared to food industry executives and high potentials managers seeking to grow and strengthen their leadership and strategic thinking skills.
PhD, MS, BS, University of Wisconsin; MBA, University of Minnesota
Diane Badame specializes in the fields of marketing management, customer satisfaction and new product development. She currently serves as the Academic and Program Director of the Master of Science in Marketing Program. Professor...
PhD, MS, UC-Berkeley; BS, UC-Davis
Kyle Mayer studies how firms govern relationships with other firms, with particular attention to the contract and its role in establishing a framework for the relationship. His research has been published in Organizational Science, Academy of Management Journal...
BS USC; MBA UCI
Cynthia McCloud joined Marshal in 2014 with a background in the food retail and manufacturing industries. She has leadership experience in both the U.S. and international markets including: France, UK, Germany, Italy, Spain, India, Singapore and Australia. She has held executive ...
MPW, University of Southern California; MBA, Columbia University; BA, Bates College
James J. Owens is an expert in professional management communication. He has published 100+ articles in national and international publications. Professor Owens has appeared on CNN and has interviewed numerous Fo...
M.S, Ph.D.,Cornell University; BA, MPA Brigham Young University
Shon Hiatt is an assistant professor of business administration at USC Marshall School of Business. He explores issues related to entrepreneurship, new-market emergence, and innovation in developed and developing economies, and his ...
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