Part Time and Distance Learning MBA
Masterclass and Talk with MBA Alumni: The New Leadership Skills required to succeed
On Thursday, June 13th at 6.30 PM CEST, we invite you to join us on campus or connect in streaming and discover more about our face-to-face International Part Time MBA and our International Flex Executive MBA in Distance Learning.
To get the flavour of how our MBA and Executive MBA train the next generation of leaders able to face the future with the right level of adaptability and speed of integration for today’s uncertain market, do not miss the chance to attend the Masterclass on “Succeeding in a Volatile, Complex, and Fast-paced World” held by Filippo Passerini, former Chief Information Officer (CIO) at Procter & Gamble and visiting professor at MIP Politecnico di Milano.
After the Masterclass, our Alumni will discuss with all the attendees how the MBA has helped them to develop a key set of interdisciplinary soft skills necessary to build a successful career.
The event will finish with an aperitif of networking during which you will meet other like-minded professionals, who just like you are willing to undertake an MBA. The Recruitment Team will be available during the entire event to discuss your goals, career aspirations and the admissions process of our international MBAs.
Should you have any questions or need help attending the event, please write to email@example.com
World-class digital technology and service operations strategist, with over three decades of business-building experience with Procter & Gamble, in developed and developing markets.
Served as Group President of Global Business Services (GBS) and Chief Information Officer (CIO) for over twelve years, leading P&G’s most global organization and overseeing service operations in over 70 countries.
Currently serves as a consultant, educator, and global operating executive with affiliations at organizations including MIP Politecnico di Milano, The Carlyle Group, Columbia University, McKinsey, and personal advisor to Estee Lauder, MARS, ANZ bank, and other global enterprises.