I?m going to assume that your boss is asking this to primarily assist with his test. If this is the case, he will not be able to develop an appreciable amount of strength in 2 weeks to help. Don?t panic, most MA tests I?ve experienced or seen (JKD/MT, BJJ, TKD and judo) are based around multiple rounds of sparring/grappling, repetitive demonstrations of technique (i.e. pad or bag work) and forms/katas. These tests last anywhere from 1 to 4 hours depending on level and style. Given this basis set and the time frame (2 weeks), the biggest bang for the buck would focus on training the appropriate energy systems, improving muscular endurance and of course working on his testing material.
I suggest looking at running intervals, HIIT or fartleks. He should also be incorporating intense heavy bag sessions if he studies a striking style (Bas Rutten?s workout tapes are great for this). If he?s already lifting, maybe Tabata?s. A high rep body weight routine would be excellent as well.
In evaluations, my instructors not only look for correct execution of a specific technique but how well (good form) are you throwing after a few rounds or drills and are you still able to keep your guard up towards the end of the test. A classmate of mine described our MT test as a "marathon of sprints".