What You Will Learn
- Fresh perspectives on strategy and decision-making from a proprietary database of 1,800+ individual's responses (and nine billion simulations)
- Pitfalls from conflating bad outcomes with bad decisions, and a simple framework to steer clear of the pits
- Provocative questions for CI professionals to answer
John Henry wasn’t beaten by a steam hammer. He was beaten by a human with a steam hammer.
This webinar, led by Advanced Competitive Strategies owner Mark Chussil, draws on mathematician John von Neumann, MacArthur genius award-winning political scientist Robert Axelrod, chess champion Garry Kasparov, war games, game theory, cyborgs, and research on the Top Pricer Tournament™. Underlying it all is an AI-enabled approach to decision-making that offers a disruptive look at competitive strategy itself. It's a disruptive perspective certain to rock you own thinking.
In addition, attendees of this webinar can enter the Top Pricer Tournament™, an innovative computer-based strategy simulation focused on three generic industries: Ailing, Fast Growth, and Mature. Each industry has three businesses that start out identical in every way. Each entrant designs pricing strategies for one of the three businesses. The other two businesses are played by all combinations of all the entrants (nearly 1,900 participants). Entries are free, confidential, and non-commercial, of course.To enter, click here and use the password "Round" (it is case sensitive).
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Mark Chussil is the founder of Advanced Competitive Strategies, Inc., an Adjunct Instructor at the University of Portland, and a SCIP Fellow. A four-decade, six-continent veteran in competitive strategy, he conducts business war games, writes strategy simulators, and teaches strategic thinking. His latest book (co-authored with Benjamin Gilad), The NEW Employee Manual: A No-Holds-Barred Look at Corporate Life, was published by Entrepreneur Press in March 2019. He has an MBA from Harvard and a BA from Yale.