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Four 5-day modules

A high-end executive programme: four modules over 20 days (September and November 2014, April and June 2015).

Module 1: Global business context of strategic and personal leadership

September 15th – 19th, 2014, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The module deals with the global context of today’s business environment and the specific roles global business (and other) leaders are supposed to master. The participants are introduced to the biggest technological, institutional and environmental changes and, on that basis, explore the main complexities, uncertainties and diversities of specific business contexts. Through observations, the participants are invited to reflect on themselves, their identities and the meanings of professional lives. Taking steps into the risky learning zone is supported by professional coaches and facilitators.

Ted Piepenbrock, London School of Economics
Neville Osrin, University of Exter
Tim Macartney, Founder of Embercome, leadership consultant, UK

Module 2: Strategic and personal leadership in complex organisations

November 10th – 14th, 2014, Seoul, South Korea

The module explores management and leadership practices in the complex organisational systems of LG Electronics, Hyundai and Samsung. By actively engaging with the management of these companies, the participants explore the drivers of their awesome survival capacity in global competitive games. Specifically, the participants explore the culture and mind-sets, domination and respect, innovation and stability of the Korean chaebol type of organisation.

Ted Piepenbrock, London School of Economics
Neville Osrin, Fellow at Center for Leadership Studies, University of Exter

Module 3: Strategic and personal leadership through innovations and imagination

April 6th – 10th, 2015, Berkeley, USA

The aim of the module is to explore the management and leadership practices of big and small high-tech ventures. The participants are engaged in the management innovation centre of Cisco and work with a group of start-ups in Silicon Valley in order to inform themselves about the latest technological frontiers and creative try-outs. The concepts of business model innovation, open innovation, intrapreneurship are covered. In addition, the participants are invited to play around with their own cognitive transformation through creativity, flow and design thinking.

Henry Chesbrough, Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley
Jerome S. Engel, C.P.A., Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley

Module 4: Personal leadership through corporate integrity and personal ethics

June 15th – 19th, 2015, Ljubljana, Slovenia

The module invites participants to explore the professional (economic, legal and ethical) responsibilities of a strategic leadery. By reflecting on the observed business practices of all the companies visited during the programme and their own experiences, the participants deepen their basic understanding and capacity to act responsibly when faced with competing responsibilities towards different stakeholder groups, ambiguous standards, uncertainties, and time pressures.

Tim Macartney, Founder of Embercome, leadership consultant, UK

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