Skyward EDGE Consortium




2018年度 海外集中講座 Business Communication workshop


起業を成功に導くには、ビジネスプランを創出した後、従業員の採用、先駆的顧客の獲得、エンジェル投資家の獲得、取引先の獲得など、多くの関門を乗り越えなければならない。今回は世界MBAランキングで常に上位に位置し、次世代を担うビジネスリーダーや起業家の育成を目的としているオックスフォード大学サイードビジネススクールにて、Jonathan Trevor先生のレクチャーを受けた後、参加者によるプレゼンテーションセッションを行う。
講義タイトル:Lead to Win: a strategic approach to aligning enterprise purpose, strategy and capability for competitive advantage





Jonathan Trevor (オックスフォード大学サイードビジネススクール Associate Professor of Management Practice)
長谷川 博和 (早稲田大学ビジネススクール教授)
瀧口 匡 (ウェルインベストメント株式会社社長、早稲田大学ビジネススクール客員教授)


学部生、大学院生、EMBA Essence受講生、ポスドクの方、社会人


学部生、大学院生、EMBA Essence受講生、ポスドクの方で有給の職についていない人:無料









9:00-12:00 Lecture by Prof. Trevor
12:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-18:00 Business plan pitch contest
Jonathan Trevor – Academic and Programme Director

Associate Professor of Management Practice, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford

Jonathan Trevor is Associate Professor of Management Practice at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford. He is a management researcher, author, adviser, speaker and teacher on the subject of Strategic Alignment - how all elements of a business, including market strategy and the way the company itself is organised, are arranged in such a way as to best support the fulfilment of its long-term purpose. The best companies are the best aligned, and Jonathan works extensively with executive leadership teams in all sectors and internationally to apply his research to help them transform their businesses to be fit for purpose. His academic work is featured regularly in leading publications, including Harvard Business Review and MIT Sloan Management Review.

Professor Trevor teaches on the Oxford MBA, Executive MBA and international executive education courses. He began his research and teaching career at Judge Business School at the University of Cambridge, where he received the distinguished teaching award in 2011. He was the Thomas Jefferson Visiting Fellow at the Darden Graduate School of Business at the University of Virginia in 2010 and a Visiting Professor at Keio University in Tokyo in 2013.

Jonathan received his doctorate in management and economics from the University of Cambridge on a full Economic Social Research Council scholarship, and was a visiting doctoral scholar at the Sloan School of Management at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Prior to his doctorate, he worked as a management consultant in London.

Saïd Business School, University of Oxford