On Thursday, 14 May, at 3:00 pm (CET), we are holding the next installment from our webinar series titled ‘MK2025 Growth Series: Utilizing Diaspora’s Know-How for Support of Domestic Business’ addressing a topic related to strategic forbearance in competitive rivalry. The aim of these virtual events is to utilize the capacity of our renowned diaspora members and share experiences on how world-renowned companies cope with the global crisis.
The upcoming webinar is titled “When to fight and when not to fight? The role of strategic forbearance in competitive rivalry” featuring Goce Andrevski, PhD, Associate Professor and Distinguished Faculty Fellow of Strategy at Smith School of Business, Queen’s University. The webinar will be moderated by Zoran Jovanovski, Advisor to the Management Board of the Economic Chamber of Macedonia.
About the instructor:
Goce Andrevski is an Associate Professor of Strategy at the Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, Canada. He teaches Business and Corporate Strategy courses at the undergraduate, graduate and MBA level. He is a recipient of numerous research and teaching awards such as 2008 Provost’s Outstanding Teaching Award (University of Kentucky), 2009 Best Doctoral Student Paper Award (Academy of Management), 2010 Best Published Paper Award (Information Systems Research) and 2011 Dorothy Harlow Best Paper Award (Academy of Management). His research interests include the dynamics of competitive interactions, inter-organizational alliance networks, and organizational diversity management. He has published articles in leading academic journals such as Information Systems Research, Journal of Management and Strategic Organization.
Goce Andrevski received his PhD from the University of Kentucky (USA). He also holds an MBA from Grand Valley State University (USA) and a BBA from the University of Ss. Cyril and Methodius (Macedonia).
Save the date 14 May (Thursday) – 3:00 pm (CET) and make sure that you register for our virtual event “When to fight and when not to fight? The role of strategic forbearance in competitive rivalry” at the form available below.
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