Date: April 25th, 2023 (Tuesday) 

Time: 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. GMT+9

Venue: Grand Hyatt Tokyo (Map)


Event Details: 

You are invited to join the Hong Kong in-person information session of the World’s No.1 Executive MBA Program, where you will

  • learn about our Unique Program Design;
  • discover how our World-Class Program will help you achieve your career goals; 
  • find out how you can be part of our “High-Impact, Low-Ego” class.

You will also join a sample class with our world-class faculty, Professor Kay Stice



The Motivating Power of Numbers: Do Numbers, Finance, and Accounting Control our Business, Social, and Personal Decisions? 


The objective of the fields of statistics and accounting is to reflect the essence of a complex situation in one number. Market prices, such as the price of oil or the pound/dollar exchange rate, summarize worldwide economic realities in just one number. In our modern world we have become so fixated on these numbers that the numbers themselves change our behavior, make us work harder, encourage us to lie, and influence our emotions. To what extent do numbers, finance, and accounting control our decisions? 

In this session, you will learn

  • Basic principles of financial statement analysis. 
  • The principles of accounting performance evaluation from a Soviet oil drilling contest. 
  • The shocking accounting truth about Facebook’s IPO. 
  • The impact that accounting measurement has on marathon times. 
  • The why and how of corporate Earnings Management. 
  • How to construct your own Balanced Scorecard. 

About the Speaker:

Professor Stice is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Accounting at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the PricewaterhouseCoopers Professor Emeritus of Accounting at Brigham Young University.

Professor Stice’s research interests center around the motivation for and economic impact of various financial accounting methods. He has significant experience in teaching corporate training programs and executive education programs in Hong Kong, United States, China, Russia, Singapore, Malaysia, France, and South Africa. Professor Stice has won many teaching awards and twice been selected outstanding faculty member by the Kellogg-HKUST Executive MBA graduating class.

Schedule (7:00pm - 9:00pm):

         Program Introduction by
         Judy Au
         Program Director
         Kellogg-HKUST EMBA program 

         Alumni Sharing

         Sample Class with 
         Professor Kay Stice
         Adjunct Professor of Accounting 

         Hong Kong University of Science and Technology  


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