As an engine without fuel is nothing, MIP can provide the fuel and I will put the engine. That represents pretty well what I thought when I decided to participate to GEMOS, the Global Executive Master in Operations and Supply Chain at MIP Business School of Politecnico di Milano. I have always considered my professional career as a great opportunity to learn new things, meet people, travel around the world
Category: "Career in Progress"
Catching up with our MIP Alumni, Lebanese/Canadian Hadi Ghader has recently ventured into Kuwait’s e-commerce sector. Born and raised in Kuwait, Hadi completed his undergraduate in Supply chain Management from the John Molson Business School at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
Right after graduation, Hadi moved back to Kuwait and began his journey in the FMCG industry.
Being able to transform a negative event into an opportunity is one of the key managerial traits that all successful leaders must have embedded in their DNA. Failing that, they must show commitment and dedication to hone the skill over time. It’s something that Alberto Rinella, a former student on the MIP international MBA course in Milan, is well aware of.
International MBA 31st edition alumnus Kiriti Rambhatla graduated in 2011 and now works as the Media Operations Lead at LinkedIn India, and is a successful model and actor for various big brands and telefilms in the Indian film and fashion industry.
After attending the EU Operations Pathways program presentation event organized by the Career Office of MIP, he went through the online selection and finally succeeded the on-campus 1-day panel interviews done by Amazon at MIP. After the graduation in summer 2016, Alessandro moved to France while joining Amazon as Pathways Operation Manager.
Russia is an example of best practices when it comes to women in business, with the country also holding the record for country with the most women in leadership positions in the world. An interesting trend is emerging from the country in terms of how Russian women are cultivating their talent and ensuring they receive comprehensive, well-structured training.
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…
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.
Every year, the online retail giant – along with many other leading names from the Fortune 500 list – headhunts and hires the best MIP students, with the objective of helping them develop and transforming them into the leaders of tomorrow. This was exactly what happened to Saxena, who won a place on the Amazon Pathways Programme.