How is manufacturing changing? What is the 4th Industrial Revolution and what are the future challenges? These are the main topics that have been discussed at MIP during one of the latest MBA Days, the events organized by the MBA Recruitment Team and dedicated to the next generation of Growingleaders who want to visit the campus and live the experience of the business school.
If training is crucial for a professional, it is even more fundamental for an entrepreneur. That’s especially true for Nikita Lukianets, a young Ukrainian professional who was barely of age when he decided to launch the digital branding consultancy start-up LimeJamp.
Watching Mr. Pedrina speak at our graduation in July made me realize how fast the MBA had passed, how lucky I was to have met all my classmates and how much life had changed…
Art, culture, shopping and plenty of nightlife: only Milan boasts such a comprehensive offering of fun and entertainment. Once your obligations – courses, lectures, workshops and exams – are out of the way, it’s time for you to focus on pleasure. And Milan will not disappoint.
After a few months since the beginning of the MBA, it is time to get to know one of my international classmates, Sifan Guo. Sifan was a professional Chinese swimmer and she is currently Senior Designer at Jaeger-LeCoultre, a luxury watch and clock manufacturer based in Switzerland.
The first week at a new job. Whether it’s an internship or the beginning of a new phase in your working life, all the attention is on you. Nobody is expecting you to be already perfectly in sync with the company or up to date with ongoing projects, but some aspects of your conduct are certain not to go unobserved.
Adnan Haroon Binmahfooz, an Indo-Arab born and raised in Saudi Arabia, went on to Canada for his undergrad and eventually decided to come to Italy for his MBA. He is currently back in Hyderabad, India, and he started BOTTEGA Café, a boutique cafe’ which offers authentic tastes to its gourmand clients.
Clear ideas and a results-oriented approach were at the heart of the message conveyed by Ambeskovic to a large audience of MBA and AMIE students during an On Campus Company Presentation organised by the Career Development Office at MIP.
The holiday season reminds us to reflect upon the past year and brings about a desire for celebration. For me, 2016 was a year of bold and unapologetic decision making; something I’ve learned to harness during my time at MIP.
Buy less, buy better, extend the life of a product. It’s a wise, shareable, smart message. The author behind this message of responsibility, this call to be more aware of our personal consumption habits, is none other than a clothing brand. We’re referring to Patagonia, a company for whom sustainability has always guided their decision-making across production, raw materials and environmental policy.