FREE WEBINAR- DOUBLE DISRUPTION & NEW SKILLS 2025

Executive Master in Business Administration

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According to the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report, 50% of all employees will need reskilling by 2025, as adoption of technology increases.
Half of employees will need to reskill in the next five years, as the “double-disruption” of the economic impacts of the pandemic and increasing automation transforming jobs takes hold.

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With Professor Colombo (USI) , Professor Lanzolla ( CASS Business School) Professor Wezel (USI ) and Professor Godart, ( INSEAD).

TOP SKILLS FOR 2025

  • Analytical thinking and innovation
  • Active learning and learning strategies
  • Creativity, originality and initiative
  • Technology design and programming
  • Critical thinking and analysis
  • Complex problem-solving
  • Leadership and social influence
  • Emotional intelligence
  • Reasoning, problem-solving and ideation
  • Systems analysis and evaluation.

Professor Gianvito Lanzolla

Gianvito Lanzolla is Professor of Strategy at Cass Business School, City University London, which he joined in April 2006. He currently serves as the Head of the Faculty of Management and he is the Founder and Director of the Cass’s Digital Leadership Research Centre (DLRC). Before joining Cass Business School, Professor Lanzolla served on the faculty of the London Business School. Over the years, Professor Lanzolla has had several visiting appointments at leading business schools including Hyderabad’s Indian School of Business, Berlin’s ESMT and University of Bologna.

Professor Gianluca Colombo

Prof. Gianluca Colombo is Professor of Management at Università degli Studi dell’Insubria, Varese, Italy. He is also the Head of the Institute of Management and Director of AMC – Advanced Management Centre Institute of Management.

He is member of the SMS (Strategic Management Society), the AIMS (Association Internationale de Management Stratégique), the EURAM ( European Academy of Management) and the SDS (System Dynamics Society).

Research and teaching interests include family business, entrepreneurship and strategy formulation. The professor held different positions in Italy and visiting positions in France and Finland before joining USI. He has extensive consulting experience in a range of industries.

 

Professor Filippo Carlo Wezel

Prof. Filippo Carlo Wezel was appointed Professor of Organization theory at the Faculty of Economics in September 2009. He is also Permanent Visiting Professor at EM Lyon (France) and Senior Extra-mural Fellow of CentER (Netherlands). With a PhD in Management from the University of Bologna, he previously held appointments at the University of Groningen (post-doc) and at Tilburg University (assistant and, then, associate professor). He acquired further academic experience as visiting researcher/professor at the Wharton Business School (University of Pennsylvania, USA), at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) and at Lille I (France). His teaching interests include organizational theory and organizational behavior, which he has taught at the undergraduate, master, PhD and executive levels. His research focuses on organizational diversity, inter-firm mobility, and industry emergence. He won the Credit Swiss teaching award in 2008.

 

Professor Frédéric Godart

Frédéric Godart is an Associate Professor (with tenure) of Organizational Behavior at INSEAD. He received his PhD in Sociology from Columbia University in the City of New York. He also holds an MPhil in Social and Political Sciences from the University of Cambridge (Trinity College) in the United Kingdom, an MSc in Management from Sciences Po Paris, and was a student (“normalien”) at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris-Saclay. In 2011, he received the French national accreditation to supervise PhD-level research (“Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches” or HDR) from Paris-Dauphine University. He has held various academic positions at HEC Paris (where he was the Academic Director of the HEC Luxury Certificate sponsored by Kering), the Università della Svizzera Italiana in Lugano (Switzerland), Sciences Po Paris, the Università di Bologna (in Italy), and the University of Southern California (USC) – Marshall School of Business.