A fascinating event specifically designed for the Executive MBA Programme community
Madrid, 27 and 28 June… 40 degrees Celsius in the shade … About 100 current EMBA students in the final leg of their 18-month-length journey are joined by 50 EMBA Alumni to discuss major challenges faced by business and society.
The event was supported by 3 ESCP Chairs… IoT, Circular Economy, and Industrial Relations and Firms’ Competitiveness… 3 major subjects for discussion by 3 panels gathering Alumni, experts and Professors.
During the two days workshops were conducted and participants benefited from keynote speeches.
"This event is a perfect example of the EMBA programme's ability to create a community able to design the future of management. Together with Inès Khedir, Director of the EMBA Programme and Michèle Prédali, International Partnership Coordinator we had this vision to have both current and former EMBA participants share their experiences and lay the groundwork for future exciting projects.
ESCP's mission is to bring together high-potential executives in a global and multicultural context. We believe that values such as open-mindedness, teamwork, and agility are keys to successful leadership.The EMBA programme is fully aligned with ESCP’s mission as a rigorous, action-oriented degree programme that thrives on diversity and expertise in management education. Peer learning is inherently part of the transformational process our participants will experience." says Professor Véronique Tran, Academic Dean of the EMBA Programme.
Take a look back at the event here