A range of significant disruptions hit in 2020. COVID-19 is the most visible one, yet we are all ware of geopolitical rivalry and the 4th industrial revolution. How do all these factors impact companies, existing and emerging elites and countries?
We will discuss:
Professor of Business Practice of Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. He is an expert in marketing, digitalization, innovation and corporate governance. Technological entrepreneur, business angel
Professor at the University of St.Gallen and SKOLKOVO Business School. He teaches at world-renowned institutions such as the Rothman School of Management at the University of Toronto, McDonough Business School at Georgetown University and INSEAD. He is a permanent lecturer at the School of Management at Fudan University.
Thomas Kasasas and Clett have been teaching for more than 7 years at the degree and corporate programs of the Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO, as well as taking part in shaping the academic agenda. His main specialization is in three areas at once: finance, international management and political science.
Director of SKOLKOVO Business School Degree Programs Department
Egor joined the SKOLKOVO top team in 2020, returning to Russia from China, where he had been engaged in the electrical business for the last 8 years.
Yegor has been working with business school since 2014 and is the leader of MBA and EMBA academic modules in China, lecturing on negotiations in China for EMBA For Eurasia programs and Global Shift Workshop, as well as teaching at international programs of Fudan School of Management, Olin Business School, IE Business School as a guest lecturer.
Graduates will obtain two Executive MBA degrees from leading business schools: Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO and HKUST
The programme focuses on leaders, who will be able to develop their businesses at an international level in the new economic and political environment
We have selected professors from leading global business schools, including Tsinghua University, Haas School of Business, HKUST and others
The studies will take place in Russia, China (Beijing and Hong Kong), the USA, Switzerland, Israel and Kazakhstan at the leading business schools of these countries
The English language, global scale and part-time format of the learning will make it possible to bring together a group of students from different countries of the Eurasian region