Overseas Module of RANEPA IBS Program Held at London Business School
On April 26-29, the students of groups 50 and 51 of Executive MBA program of the Institute of Business Studies (IBS) of RANEPA visited London Business School in Dubai, one of the world’s leading business schools. The main topic of the module was business transformation.
Leading international practicing professors as well as local businessmen shared their experience and expertise with the audience. During the discussions, the audience had an opportunity to learn the latest foreign approaches in strategic management, look at their own business from a new perspective and adopt the successful experience of international companies.
The first day of the module was conducted by Rick Vera, one of the world’s leading experts in customer focus and building anti-fragile ecosystems in both B2C and B2B. The speaker has over 20 years of experience in leadership roles at global manufacturing companies and over 10 years of deep immersion in the world of big data, artificial intelligence and robotics. He talked about how to run a company effectively today and discussed the impact of digital technology on people, society and business.
Alessandro Lanteri conducted the second and third day on the program. He works with multinational corporations, governments, international organizations, start-ups and family businesses on five continents.
An important and interesting part of the module was the Formula 1 Pit Stop at the Autodrome of Dubai City. On the autodrome, students applied their knowledge, drew charts, discussed and argued.
At the end of the module all participants received international certificates from London Business School.
The Executive MBA program of RANEPA IBS ranks 52nd in the world ranking of the Financial Times, and it holds the first place among Russian and Eastern European programs.