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In this role, Jon is accountable for the development, implementation, and sustainment of operations excellence and customer service strategies within Starbucks Asia Pacific. He is also responsible for operationalizing product and design innovations in Starbucks stores across the region. Jon started his career with Starbucks 18 years ago as a barista, and worked his way to District Manager where he oversaw a portfolio of twelve stores in Seattle.
While in this role, Jon provided strategic oversight of operational initiatives that improved execution and customer service, and delivered record revenue and profit growth across the region.
Jon returned to Seattle in for his current position, while also studying philosophy at Arizona State University as part of the Starbucks College Achievement Plan. In his spare time, Jon leverages his leadership experience for the benefit of local charitable and civic organizations as an engaged global citizen.
Today Caitlin is focussed on the launch of a sister fund called Capital xx that will invest in up to female founded, early-stage, globally scalable businesses in Australia, Asia and the USA. Capital xx is set to capitalise on the fact that female founders have been shown to consistently outperform their male counterparts in VC portfolios and deliver significantly higher: Starting her career in psychology, rehabilitating drug dependent persons, Caitlin has gone on to work across a wide variety of industry sectors advertising, advisory and enterprise.
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She is a keynote speaker and speaker of choice for large organisations such as Microsoft. In this role, he works directly with the BDS president and the vice president of Enterprise Strategy to help shape the future direction of the business.
Geiersbach joined Boeing as vice president, Corporate Strategy, in In collaboration with both the Commercial Airplanes and Defense business units, Geiersbach worked to develop competitive strategies and key growth initiatives while overseeing the Corporate Strategy office.
Geiersbach began his professional career serving as a case officer in the Directorate of Operations with the Central Intelligence Agency.
Geiersbach earned a Bachelor of Arts in history, cum laude, from Harvard. Geiersbach is active in several nonprofits. Mitchell Dong Managing Director at Pythagoras Investment Management Mitchell Dong is a serial entrepreneur who has started a dozen businesses in energy, environment, technology and finance over the last 46 years.
Mitchell first started a consulting firm that prepared environmental impact statements and energy conservation plans for building developers and owners his sophomore year of college.
He next ventured into developing hydroelectric power plants in the USA. After his company developed five plants, the company was sold to the Compagnie Generale des Eaux in as they expanded to the US market.
As the pendulum swung to Demand Side Management over the construction of new power plants, Mitchell started a hazardous waste disposal and metals recycling company to assist building owners who were paid by utilities to install energy efficient light fixtures.
Mitchell then partook in a career change to the investment industry. His first hedge fund, a quant trading firm for mutual funds, took advantage of a flaw in the way that funds were required to calculate their daily NAVs. The fund continues to operate today after Mitchell sold his interest to his co-founders in The fund was liquidated in after uranium prices plummeted.
Today, Mitchell the managing director at Pythagoras Investment Management. He is a private investor in bitcoin, cryptocurrencies, hedge funds, PE funds, real estate, listed and private alternative energy companies, and develops quant models for trading bitcoin on exchanges in Asia, Europe and USA.
He travels regularly to China, with over 20 trips since He previously directed Northeast Asia Track 1. Institute of Peace in Washington, DC. His recent publication is a co-authored study with Dr.Jan 28, · Meagan, Alex, Paul and Peter discuss their experience at Starbucks and review the Harvard Business Case Study on the company for Dr.
Spain's BUS class. 1 Strategic Marketing Planning of Starbucks Coffee® A Case Study Angelito Estrada Christian Angeles Presented by.
Case Study: Starbucks The market for each of their business segments are characterized by vigorous competition among major corporations with long established positions and a large number of new and rapidly growing firms.
Starbucks a Strategic Analysis The study of Starbucks Corporation leads one on a multifaceted journey through an organization’s insinuation into a culture, its dominance business visionaries failed by not creating the proper processes and systems to insure an.
Harvard Business School: the Atekpc Project Management Office; Marketing Management Mike DiPietro Spring Nevin Johnson Abstract The following diction is an analysis of the Harvard Business School study on Starbucks coffee, titled “Starbucks: Delivering Customer Service.” More about Harvard Business School: the Atekpc Project.
Read the case study on Starbucks and answer the following questions: Critically evaluate the marketing strategies that Starbucks has implemented on an international level.
Focus should primarily be on the pros and cons of the strategies. Starbucks also forms a highly important part of the suppliers business, due its size and scope, which make the power of the suppliers lower. Given these factors, suppliers pose a .