Experiential learning at USI with the new Immersive Executive Seminars

Image of an interacitve lecture at the Executive Center, USI Lugano campus
Image of an interacitve lecture at the Executive Center, USI Lugano campus
The 'Beer Game', demonstrating the concepts of supply chain management
The 'Beer Game', demonstrating the concepts of supply chain management

Executive Master in Business Administration

7 August 2017

Experiential learning is an alternative method that combines the guidance of the professor with the active participation of the student.

USI Immersive Executive Seminars (USI IES) promote learning through challenging and engaging practical exercises.

The USI IES are courses based on the experiential learning approach, offering participants the opportunity to acquire and enhance skills in the business world.

During these unique one-day intensive courses, participants will take ownership of the learning process by participating in real-life scenarios on themes such as: Business Dynamics, Negotiating Effectively, Making Hard Decisions, How to Manage Disruption and Create New Market Spaces and Advanced Industry & Market Analysis. 

Immersive Executive Seminars’ value drivers are practical application, Swiss excellence, networking and flexibility.

 

Dates

 

2018 

 

MAKING HARD DECISIONS, Prof. Kostis Christodoulou,, London Business School

23 March

 

FINTECH IN ACTION, Paolo Tacconi, Lifeware AG

3 May

 

NEGOTIATING EFFECTIVELY, Prof. Mehta Kandarpkumar, IESE Business School

6 September

 

ADVANCED INDUSTRY & MARKET ANALYSIS, Prof. Carmine Garzia, USI and Bocconi University

18 October

 

HOW TO MANAGE DISRUPTION AND CREATE NEW MARKET SPACES, Prof. Eleonora Cattaneo

22 November

 

 

2019

 

BUSINESS DYNAMICS, Prof. Paulo Gonçalves, USI

21 March

 

DIGITAL EXCELLENCE IN ACTION: HOW TO ANTICIPATE OPPORTUNITIES AND RISK, Paolo Tacconi, Lifeware AG

9 May

 

 

All courses are held in the USI Executive Center, Lugano campus.

For information and registrations: www.ies.usi.ch, ies@usi.ch

 

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