Update your Mini-MBA toolbox! Continue your Life Long Learning Journey with us
The Schulich Executive Education Centre invites past-participants of the Schulich Mini-MBA to the inaugural “Back to Campus Morning” to be held in the Private Dining Room, Executive Learning Centre, Keele campus.
Here’s your opportunity to reconnect with friends from class, meet and connect with alumni from other cohorts, meet your Alumni Executive and gain some new knowledge and insight on topics that matter.
Take advantage of the value-add expertise available to our business school students and alumni.
The theme for the session is “Navigating in a Disruptive World” with three distinguished speakers: SEEC Executive Director Alan Middleton, Ingo Holzinger and Detlev Zwick, all faculty members of the Schulich School of Business.
Note: This event is by invitation only. If you are a MiniMBA graduate and have not received an invitation, please contact Jessica Kubin.
7:30-8:45am – Registration, Breakfast and Networking
8:45-9:30am- Welcome from Program Director Rhona G. Berengut
Continued Learnings from our Projects
9:30-10:30am – Topic One: Managing Disruption – Impacts of the VUCA world and its need to upgrade management capabilities – Dr. Alan Middleton, Executive Director, Schulich Executive Education Center
10:30-10:45 am – Break
10:45-11:45am – Topic Two: Leading in a Turbulent World – Dr. Ingo Holzinger, Assistant Professor and Dr. Detlev Zwick, Associate Professor, Director of BBA/IBBA Program
11:45am- 12pm – Closing Remarks
We hope you will join us as we explore this important topic
The “old rules” for success – competitive advantage, marketing and financial acumen,focus etc, no longer guarantee success. Determining probabilities causes us to ignore the improbable “Black Swans”, and 24/7 data creates so much “noise” it has become almost impossible to distinguish “noise” from “signals”.
As an added bonus, and to thank you for your support, we would like to invite your sponsoring manager or director to join you for this stimulating morning.