ONLINE: Henley MBA Taster Wine Tasting

ONLINE: Henley MBA Taster Wine Tasting

Henley Wine Tasting

A key component of good strategy is adapting to macro trends impacting a firm’s industry. We look at how organisations within the wine industry are doing this, given the changing macro climate globally. We now see the ability for some grape farmers in Denmark to grow varieties of fruit which were only viable at one time in Mediterranean climates whilst South African and Australian growers are adapting to increased periods of drought. 

Marc Day (Professor of Strategy) invites you to choose your preferred bottle of wine or alcohol-free fruit based drink and pour a glass from it. We will then share our collective beverages online and discuss some of the key issues the wine industry is facing whilst at the same time learning more general lessons about strategy. Although we won’t be drinking a bottle of wine each on this webinar (!), it will be useful to have the bottle to hand so we can see the variety of products which this industry offers.

Tuesday 02 July 2020 from 18:00 – 19:30

Marc Day is an experienced scholar, consultant and teacher in the areas of operations management and strategy.  His particular interest is how organisations co-create value with suppliers and how organisations configure business unit strategy using a capabilities-based perspective. He is a well-respected educator and designs/delivers programmes for corporate clients, MBAs and DBAs at Henley. 

We are looking forward to seeing you at this session.

Hourly Schedule

Schedule

18:00 - 18:15
Welcome
Welcome, introductions, housekeeping rules, intro of evening schedule
18:15 - 19:15
Professor Marc Day
The Business of Wine, plus wine tasting session (please feel free to have a glass of wine, plus the bottle and label available for introduction)
Speakers:
Marc Day
19:15 - 19:30
Q&A
19:30 -
Close
Marc Day
Marc Day
Professor in International Business and Strategy
Marc Day is an experienced scholar, consultant and teacher in the areas of operations management and strategy. His particular interest is how organisations co-create value with suppliers, and how organisations configure business unit strategy using a capabilities-based perspective. He is a well-respected educator and designs/delivers programmes for corporate clients, MBAs and DBAs at Henley. In his career he has taught in more than 15 countries. A member of four journal editorial boards, and an experienced broadcast media commentator in the areas of strategy, operations and procurement. Marc also undertakes a wide variety of consulting assignments, ranging from intensive board-level strategic reviews through to detailed operational assessments of business & supplier performance. Marc Day holds a PhD in manufacturing strategy from Keele University.
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Date

02 Jul 2020
Expired!

Time

18:00 - 19:30

Cost

Free

Location

Online
Henley Business School Webinar
Category
Henley Business School

Organizer

Henley Business School
Phone
+49 89 24 88 26 500
Email
Thomas@henleybschool.de

Speaker

  • Marc Day
    Marc Day
    Professor in International Business and Strategy

    Marc Day is an experienced scholar, consultant and teacher in the areas of operations management and strategy. His particular interest is how organisations co-create value with suppliers, and how organisations configure business unit strategy using a capabilities-based perspective. He is a well-respected educator and designs/delivers programmes for corporate clients, MBAs and DBAs at Henley. In his career he has taught in more than 15 countries. A member of four journal editorial boards, and an experienced broadcast media commentator in the areas of strategy, operations and procurement.

    Marc also undertakes a wide variety of consulting assignments, ranging from intensive board-level strategic reviews through to detailed operational assessments of business & supplier performance. Marc Day holds a PhD in manufacturing strategy from Keele University.

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