Kurt James, President of East Balt Japan and Korea, serving McDonald's and other customers with baked goods, will speak to University of Wyoming MBA students Friday, November 9th as the featured guest of the Executive Speaker Series. The series is hosted by the University of Wyoming MBA Program, who invites leaders from across the nation to hold round-table discussions with MBA students in the College of Business Boardroom.
James, formerly a Vice President for Nestlé, will share his experiences in supply-chain management where he will discuss procurement, distribution, quality assurance, logistics, and managing an annual spend of over 2 billion dollars. During the presentation, University of Wyoming MBA candidates will learn from his cross-cultural team management experience and skills in leadership, communication, new product development and delivery, negotiations, and risk management.
The University of Wyoming MBA Program’s Executive Speaker Series provides students with a strong network of individuals who share their business wisdom and open the door to many employment and mentorship opportunities. The program believes that corporate relationships are a key to providing a relevant and industry-recognized MBA curriculum.
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