Strategy has evolved from game theory, to positioning, from positioning to a resource based view, from a resource based view to innovation. How can we view strategy and innovation models and theory as code and reassemble that code in authentic ways to produce unique business model architectures that can supercharge competitive agility.
New York Institute of Technology
Professor Frank Mruk is the Associate Dean - Business and Strategic Planning at the New York Institute of Technology. Prior to NYIT Frank lead strategy and planning at Wall Street financial service companies Morgan Stanley and AIG, and design management at Cendant Corp. He currently serves as the executive director of the think tank – the NY Center for Strategic Innovation. Frank’s academic history includes Oxford University’s Said Business School (post graduate program in strategy and innovation), Pratt Institute (Bachelor of Architecture) and Pace University (MBA). In addition to NYIT, he has taught at the Parsons School of Design and at New York University.