Director, MBA in Entrepreneurial Thinking and Innovative Practices; Assistant Professor of Business
BS, University of Connecticut; MS, MS, Rensselaer Polytechnic/Hartford Graduate Institute
Professor Mo Sattar, program director of the Bay Path College Master of Business Administration graduate program, has global entrepreneurial leadership experience with an emphasis on developing business strategies to achieve business growth and financial performance.
Teaching at Bay Path College since 2006, his primary academic concentrations include entrepreneurship, business and operations strategies, financial management, and investment strategies.
Professor Sattar’s focus on strategic thinking connects the dots between marketing, sales, operations, research, human resources, finance, and supply chain. He links these organizational functions by analyzing the business strategies, assessing the impact of external global economics, implementing score cards to measure performance, and generating plans to increase performance.
Professor Sattar brings over thirty years of successful business management to Bay Path. During his career, he has held various leadership positions involving engineering, finance, operations, supply chain management, international operations, and general management. Professor Sattar shares a wealth of knowledge with students which includes:
- starting a successful joint venture in Moscow, Russia, which began with one employee and grew into a sustained business with up to 150 employees and strong fiscal performance;
- leading a $400 million aerospace business with operations in Connecticut, California, Frankfurt, Germany, and Moscow, Russia; responsibilities as general manager and vice president included sales, marketing, engineering, and business development activities to service a global customer base;
- managing a billion dollar global supply chain with a proactive focus on delivery, quality, and financial performance;
- participating in various acquisition and merger strategies while also leading successful global acquisition and merger integrations;
- heading various process improvement teams, which resulted in enhancing fiscal and quality performance.
Professor Sattar holds a bachelor of science degree in engineering from University of Connecticut, a master of science degree in mechanical engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and a master of science degree in business management from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.