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December 2015

November 2015

24

Nov

XXII HR Meeting - Data Driven HR Decisions - HR data to drive business decisions and development

09

Nov

MBA Welcome Day
On November  9, 2015 the LUISS Business School will welcome all MBA students. The MBA Welcome Day is dedicated to the students of the 25th full-time MBA edition. The EQUIS accreditation of the School gives an international recognition to the MBA programme. Graduates who choose to study at an EQUIS accredited school can be assured they are attending an institution with high international standards of quality, a significant level of internationalisation, a balance between high academic (scientific) quality and professional relevance and that the needs of the corporate world are well integrated into programmes, activities and processes. Finally, and most importantly, students can be assured that they will receive international recognition for their qualification, which is extremely important in today's global environment. The MBA welcome day will start at 3 pm with a greeting from  Prof.  Raffaele Oriani, MBA Director. The students will also be introduced to the MBA Administrative Staff, the Career Service and the class mentors. Information about lessons and the schedule will be handed out and the students will have the chance to ask questions. The evening will end with the “MBA Welcome Dinner” where students will have the chance to mingle with the other students and the Staff. An excellent opportunity to start building strong relationships and get to know the School better. The Welcome Day will definitely be a day to remember for the students, as the day they started their journey towards success.

06

Nov

Inauguration Day of the Master in Open Innovation & Intellectual Property
The launch of the Master in Open Innovation & Intellectual Property will take place on November 6, 2015. The Master aims to provide the innovation skills necessary to foster the Italian entrepreneurship system. The training path will provide with the competencies to study the entire innovation cycle, from the concept to the realization, the protection and, finally, to the business development and anti-competitive uses. The Master is part of the project Academy for the Intellectual Property through which the Ministry for the Economic Development means to promote a training path coherent with the various legal, economic and administrative skills linked to intellectual property. The Managing Director’s Office for Anti-Counterfeiting – The Italian Office for Patents and Trademarks, to support the most worthy candidates, has financed 15 scholarships that cover, almost completely, tuition fees. Programma Programme 3:00 pm – Welcome Alessandro Zattoni, Associate Dean LUISS Business School Davide Caregnato, Director SAA School of Management Turin University 3:15 pm – Opening session Simona Vicari, Undersecretary Ministry for the Economic Development 3:30 pm – Round table Coordinator: Francesco Morgia, Responsible for General Affairs and Communication at the Managing Director’s Office for Anti-Counterfeiting –Italian Office for Patents and Trademarks - Ministry for the Economic Development Speakers: Loredana Gulino, Managing Director Anti-Counterfeits, Italian Office for Patents and Trademarks- Ministry for the Economic Development Alessandro Zattoni, Associate Dean LUISS Business School Giacomo Büchi, Dean SAA School of Management, Turin University 4:00 pm - Master Presentation Maria Isabella Leone, Co-director of the Master OI&IP, LUISS Business School Monica Cugno, Co-director of the Master OI&IP, SAA School of Management – Turin University 4:10 pm  - Conclusions 4:20 pm  - Coffee break

04

Nov

Project Organising Competence Centre (POCC)
LUISS Business School will formally launch the brand new Competence Centre in Project Organising (POCC) with the aim to promote research, build theory, and support improvements in project practices by forging a close collaboration with industrial partners in Italy and internationally. POCC reflects a recent growth in research and teaching expertise in project studies within the Business School and the University at large. It is being established to address a variety of issues concerned with project-based organizing in firms and projects, including innovation, learning, capability building, and strategy. This event will show how to turn impossible projects into possible projects. Two round table discussions will show different case studies, and will focus on challenges and solutions of impossible projects turned into possible and successful ones. We will bring together leading academic researchers and management practitioners to share and debate ideas, discuss project practices, and formulate new research questions. Agenda 09.30 – 09.45  Welcome Coffee 9.45 – 10:00  Welcome and opening remarks session by Andrea Prencipe,  Associate Dean for International Development LUISS BS and Professor of Organisation and Innovation, LUISS Guido Carli University 10.00 – 12:00 Lectio Magistralis by Mark Kozak-Holland  PhD from the Salford University Business School, UK (2014),  he focused on helping organisations to evaluate how emerging technologies can impact their business. Mark puts a different spin on complex business problems by applying lessons from history. 12:00 – 13:30  Round Table on Impossible Projects “Is it possible to manage impossible projects? Challenges and solutions” Speakers: Massimo Debenedetti, Corporate Vice-President for Research & Innovation at Fincantieri Lill Von Borck, Head of Project Management Office region Mediterranean at Ericsson Eugenio Dotta, Senior Vicepresident Sales, Ansaldo STS Andrea Prencipe,  Associate Dean for International Development LUISS BS and Professor of Organisation and Innovation, LUISS Guido Carli University 13.30 - 14.30 Break 14.30 – 16.00 Round Table on EXPO 2015: A real (Im)Possibile project. Speakers: Alessandro Francolini   Head of CU Telecom Italia and Israel  & GCA Telecom Italia at Ericsson Marco Rettighieri,  Chief Operative Director Italferr Andrea Prencipe,  Associate Dean for International Development LUISS BS and Professor of Organisation and Innovation, LUISS Guido Carli University Alberto Prina, TIM Project Expo 2015 – Head of visitor Experience 16.00– 17.15  Closing Remarks Session Lectio Magistralis: It is possible to manage an impossible project. When we say “nothing’s impossible,” we usually mean that given unlimited time, unlimited resources, and really flexible performance standards, we can do anything. In project management, the question is whether the project is operationally possible, able to be done within the envelope of our constraints. As project managers, we know the importance of realistic budgets, schedules, and performance criteria, but let’s face it — we don’t always get the final word. Sometimes we get what we get and have to make do…somehow. Worse, we don’t always know what we’re really going to need. You can’t always tell up front whether the project can actually be accomplished under the current circumstances. By the time we know, it may be too late. Workshop Content Based on Michael Dobson’s book Project: Impossible, part of the “Lessons from History” series, this workshop explores some of the most famous “impossible projects” in human history — things that nobody would have thought possible until they were actually accomplished. Following in the footsteps of great project managers such as Julius Caesar, Charles Lindbergh, Robert Moses, and others, you’ll get the inside scoop on how the most brilliant minds in history solved the most intractable problems in the history of project management. You will undertake a range of practical exercises throughout the day enabling you to relate lessons back to your own projects and apply new learning to your own projects. This interactive workshop incorporates principles from leading Project Management methodologies such as PMBoK® and PRINCE2®, but also demonstrates that successful Project Management does not need sophisticated tools. Workshop fee: € 50 + VAT 22% PMI Rome Italy Chapter associates fee: € 30 + VAT 22% For registration please send e-mail to Project.Management@luiss.it or call +39 06 85222.240 The present statement release 4 PDU (A category) Download registration form in partnership with

03

Nov

Orlando Ayala: The Real Madrid Digital Transformation.
Orlando Ayala, Corporate Vice President and Chairman, Emerging Markets ofMicrosoft, will meet students at LUISS Business School on next 3rdNovember, at 11:45 am for a speech about the strategic partnership that he signed with Florentino Pérez, Chairman of Real Madrid C.F. at the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium. Orlando Ayala will talk about the full commitment of Microsoft to ensuring that people from across the world can make the most of each moment of their lives. Amazing things can happen by providing people with the right tools, just when they need them in order to interact, create or share everything they can imagine. Ayala will focus on the amazing Real Madrid case related to the full digital revolution of the club. This new era translates into an unprecedented personalized experience for supporters that will allow millions of fans from all over the planet to enjoy their passion for Real Madrid anywhere, anytime and on any device. The fans of the club are the real stars of the agreement. Ayala will tell how they built a digital platform that is revolutionizing the way in which Madridistas can follow their team and share their passion for the club. Through cutting-edge technologies, supporters of Real Madrid will be able to access experiences, content and exclusive digital services, either at the stadium, at home or in any other location. A host of online services will provide an enriched experience for watching matches. For instance, supporters of the club will be able to access the stadium virtually, before, during and after each game, selecting the content they want to see when they want to and where they want to see it. The aim of this technological initiative is to make Madridistas the real stars of their own experience by allowing them to view and consume the content they want and also create and share it with their friends on social media and other digital channels. The event will take place on November 3rd, at LUISS Business School – Viale Pola 12, in the MBA class. It will start at 11.45 am and it will finish at 12.45 with a Q&A session when the students will have the great opportunity to interact with Orlando Ayala. The Event is reserved to the LUISS Business School students Register for the event

October 2015

September 2015

25

Sep

Sport and Management
Are you ready to get involved? Can sport also be a job opportunity for Project Managers? What's your idea? Sport is a passion, action, competitiveness. Project management is method and technique. Let's deal the field with the help of World and Olympic champions. On 25th September, 2015 LUISS Business School and ISIPM throw a bridge between Sport Professionals and Project Managers since both of them can have many links. In the involving debate led by Paolo de Laurentiis, former athlete and journalist at Corriere dello Sport, athletes running for RIO 2016, former Olympic athletes, coaches and Sport Managers will discuss the following topics: Identifying opportunities. As in each projects, it is essential to identify early the athlete where to focus the attention on. Developing a plan in the short, medium and long term. Identifyingcontrol methods during meetings, training and competitions. Feeding the right feedback and planning the training depending on the got results. Developing athletic, physical and psychological skills: awareness, development of strengths, weaknesses mitigation, search for new solutions and training techniques. Managing the relationship with stakeholders: technical team, sport company, CONI, media (press, TV, internet). Fostering on the sponsors and managing their expectations. Catching thesuccesses and giving the wealth of experience to future generations. Programme 2:30 – 2.00 pm  - Registration 3:00 – 3:10 pm - Welcome of Professor Paolo Boccardelli, Dean LUISS Business School 3:10 – 3:20 pm - Enrico Mastrofini, President at ISIPM, introduces 3:20 – 6.00 pm - Debate The debate will be moderated by Paolo de Laurentiis, journalist at Corriere dello Sport Special guests: Giovanni Coccoluto, athlete FIV, Laser Standard Class, Financial Police Sporting Group, Golden Medal Europe 2009, 2010 and 2011 – Golden Medal World Junior Championship 2010, 2011, 2012 Stefano Magionami, 2nd Coach level at FIN. Head coach of Sports Club Domar Team and coach at Circolo Canottieri Aniene. Larissa Nevierov, athlete FIV, Europe and women Laser classes, Gold Medal World Championship 1998, Gold Medal World University 2000, Silver Medal World Championship 2001, Bronze Medal World Championship 2009, participation in three Olympic Games in 2000, 2004, 2008. Gregorio Paltrinieri, athlete FIN, Financial Police Sporting Group, Silver Medal Junior World Championship 2011, Gold Medal Junior European Championship 2011, Gold Medal European Championship 2012, Bronze Medal World Championship 2013, Gold Medal Europe 2014, European record holder in 1500 long course. 6:00 pm: Conclusions and Roundtable 6:30 – 7.00 pm        Cocktail The event is open. For a better organization registration is required at the following link For further details LUISS Business School Viale Pola 12, 00198 Roma T 0685222.256 lcbc@luiss.it

24

Sep

Barbara Del Neri, Southern Europe Corporate Marketing Director at Procter & Gamble meets young graduates in LUISS BS
New Appointment on September 24th, 2015 with the Open Evening Event dedicated to the LUISS Business School Specialised Master. At 5 pm, Barbara Del Neri, Southern Europe Corporate Marketing Director at Procter & Gamble, will discuss the most relevant issues related to post-graduation. Barbara Del Neri will bring her managerial experience to young graduates and will give them ideas and suggestions about an international career, will highlight the importance of training and discuss the most relevant issues related to post-graduation. The event will be moderated by Maria Cristina Origlia, Editorial Coordinator at L’ Impresa – Gruppo 24 ORE. Following, participants will have the opportunity to receive individual guidance service related to possible post-graduate courses which will help to understand what programme suits them best in order to achieve their career goals. Moreover, participants will take interviews with the Career Service Staff and have the chance to make an admission test simulation. All of the programmes offer an excellent education combined with field-project experience and the presentation event will be an opportunity to discuss the contents and career opportunities related to each program. The main aim of the evening will be helping and guiding all those interested in choosing their own educational path, based on effective talents and needs. Information about following Specialised Masters will be available: Master in Tourism Management (held in English) Master in Big Data Analytics (held in English) Master in Corporate Finance (held in English) Master in Management in the Energy Industry (held in English) Master in Consulente Legale d’Impresa – Prospettive Nazionali e Internazionali (held in Italian) Master in Diritto Tributario, Contabilità e Pianificazione Fiscale (held in Italian) Master in Gestione delle Risorse Umane e Organizzazione (held in Italian) Master in Relazioni Istituzionali, Lobby e Comunicazione d’impresa (held in Italian) Management e Controllo dei Fondi Comunitari (held in Italian) Master in Real Estate Finance (held in Italian) M3 Master in Marketing Management (held in Italian) Project Management (held in Italian) Master in Trade Management del Consumo Fuori Casa (held in Italian) Master in Business Administration The event is open to the public, for organisational reasons registration is appreciated.

July 2015

23

Jul

LUISS BS Specialised Master Open Evening
On July 23rd, LUISS BS will take place the Open Evening event dedicated to LUISS Business School Specialised Masters. Suitable spaces will be set up for informational discussions with programmes directors and coordinators to provide information on the Master programmes, admission procedures and services. Participants will have the opportunity to receive individual guidance service related to possible post-graduate courses which will help to understand what programme suits them best in order to achieve their career goals. Moreover, participants will take interviews with the Career Service Staff and have the chance to make an admission test simulation. All of the programmes offer an excellent education combined with field-project experience. The topics are related to professional profiles programme outcomes, with the aim of helping and guiding all those interested in choosing their own educational path, based on effective talents and needs. Information about following Specialised Masters will be available: Master in Tourism Management (held in English) Master in Big Data Analytics (held in English) Master in Corporate Finance (held in English) Master in Management in the Energy Industry (held in English) Master in Consulente Legale d’Impresa – Prospettive Nazionali e Internazionali (held in Italian) Master in Diritto Tributario, Contabilità e Pianificazione Fiscale (held in Italian) Master in Gestione delle Risorse Umane e Organizzazione (held in Italian) Master in Relazioni Istituzionali, Lobby e Comunicazione d’impresa (held in Italian) Management e Controllo dei Fondi Comunitari (held in Italian) Master in Real Estate Finance (held in Italian) M3 Master in Marketing Management (held in Italian) Project Management (held in Italian) Master in Trade Management del Consumo Fuori Casa (held in Italian) Master in Business Administration July 23, 5 p.m. Room 213 at LUISS Business School, Viale Pola, 12 The event is open to the public, for organisational reasons registration is appreciated. The event is open to the public, for organisational reasons registration registration is appreciated.

14

Jul

XXI HR Meeting - ON BOARD
The gender diversity in the Board of Directors and in top management teams: challenges and implications What are the HR club meetings? The meetings aim to compare and share best practices and experiences through a cycle of thematic seminars that focus on relevant issues Human Resources Management and Organisation field. The main purposes of these meetings are: foster the sharing of best practices and experiences offer to participants opportunities to develop their own professional network learn from excellent organisation models These meetings, free on invitation, are addressed to our community of alumni, professionals, consultants and managers who operate in the Human Resource Management and Organisation field The meetings framework Each meeting focuses on a specific topic. The purpose is to illustrate why the topic is interesting from a HR perspective and what are the main open issues in the managerial research and practice. Programme (the event is in Italian) ON BOARD - The gender diversity in Boards of Directors and in top management teams: challenges and implications How important is gender diversity at senior levels for company performance? Do more women on the board mean better corporate governance quality and effectiveness? Does having women at the top contribute to transform managerial culture and break the glass ceiling? Welcome Speech Marcella Corsi, Sapienza University of Rome Silvia Profili, Università Europea di Roma e LUISS Business School Guest Speakers Marcella Corsi, Sapienza Università di Roma Silvia Profili, Università Europea di Roma, LUISS Business School Giampiero Giacardi, Autostrade per l’Italia Cocktail Contacts People Management Competence Centre LUISS Business School Prof. Alessia Sammarra T. 3282487424 email: asammarr@luiss.it The event (in Italian) is free and open to all upon registration .

02

Jul

Laborbank. Organisation Management and Italian banking system dynamics
Current global economic and financial crisis impose upon Banks and financial intermediaries an increasing operational and allocative efficiency and a structured risk management, and at the same time also an increasing effectiveness on the side of the offer and customer relations. Supervisory Authority requests a greater attention on organisational models considering the existing links between organisational adequacy and sound and prudent management of banks and brokers . LABORBANK is a LUISS Business School initiative that aims to contribute to the spread and consolidation - in the banking and financial sectors - of organisational skills as parts of the managerial culture and, at the same time, to stimulate innovation as a factor improving banks and financial intermediaries efficiency and management. Within this framework, LABORBANK intend to be a context of analysis, discussion and exchange of experiences in order to identify, discuss and contribute to find innovative solutions to organisational problems currently most important and critical. Banks, banking groups and financial intermediaries are experiencing organisational issues, in markets and regulatory environment evolution, characterised by high uncertainty and instability. Programme 10:00 – 10:30  Registration of participants and Welcome address Alessandro Zattoni, Associate Dean Executive Education LUISS Business School, Full Professor of Strategy, LUISS Guido Carli University 10:30 – 11:00 The supervisory approach to the organisation function in banks : business and government requirements Stefano De Polis, Deputy Chief of Banking and Financial Supervisory Department, Bank of Italy 11:00 – 11:30 - Strategic and organisational dynamics in Italian banks Valerio Pesic, Assistant Professor of Economics of Financial Intermediaries and Adjunct Professor of Private Equity and Venture Capital, Sapienza University of Rome 11:30 – 12:00 - Coffee break 12:00 – 12.30 - Towards a new paradigm of organizational management in Italian banks Maurizio Baravelli, Full Professor of Economics and Management of the Bank , Sapienza University of Rome 12:30 – 13:00 - Presentation of LABORBANK Maurizio Baravelli, Full Professor of Economics and Management of the Bank , Sapienza University of Rome Valerio Pesic, Assistant Professor of Economics of Financial Intermediaries and Adjunct Professor of Private Equity and Venture Capital, Sapienza University of Rome 13:00 – 14:00 - Lunch 14:00 – 16:00  Panel Discussion Moderator Maurizio Baravelli, Full Professor of Economics and Management of the Bank, Sapienza University of Rome Speakers: Carlo Demartini, Managing Director and CEO Cassa di Risparmio di Asti Ottavio Rigodanza,  Chief Operating Officer Banco Popolare  Salvatore Poloni, Head of Human Resources Organization Intesa San Paolo Group Service The event has a limited number, please give confirmation or register at this link RSVP – Valentina Pascali – vpascali@luiss.it; baif@luiss.it – 06.85222251

June 2015

18

Jun

Remuneration Management and Corporate Governance
Trend Market Framework, Best Practice and Results of the Season Meeting As every year on the 18th of June will be held the meeting of our Observatory LUISS on Executive Compensation and Corporate Governance. Opportunity to share with prominent guests the main developments regarding the issue of corporate governance. This year, the red thread of the conference will be looking at how it can be possible to reconcile the needs of regulatory compliance, performance requirements from investors and motivation by management 9.30/10.00 REGISTRATION OF PARTICIPANTS 10.00 / 11.30 INTRODUCTION TO WORK AND MACROECONOMIC 10.00 / 10.15 INSTITUTIONAL GREETINGS Franco Fontana Professor of Economics and Management Companies. LUISS Guido Carli University 10.15 / 11.00 THE CURRENT ECONOMIC PHASE BETWEEN CURRENT AND RISKS PROSPECTIVE Piero Cipollone Planning and Control Bank of Italy, former World Bank Executive Director 11.00 / 30.11 INVESTOR INQUIRIESON ISSUES OF GOVERNANCE AND EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION Luigi Ferraris CFO Poste Italian Stefano Marini AD Georgeson Luca Torchia, Investor Relations Poste Italiane 11.30 / 12:00 COFFEE BREAK 12.00 / 13:20 RESEARCH OBSERVATORY AND ITS PARTNERS 12.00 / 30.12 DIFFERENT SYSTEMS OF GOVERNMENT CORPORATE EXPERIENCE BY COMPARISON Simone Alvaro, Doina D'Eramo and Giorgio Gasparri Office Legal Studies CONSOB 12.30 / 13:00 STUDY ON THE COMPENSATION OF BOARD THE FTSE MIB Daniel T. Seacombe Senior Manager EY Alberto Navarra Director EY 13.00 / 13:20 PROXY ADVISORS AND SHAREHOLDERS ENGAGEMENT Stefano Bozzi Associate of Business Finance University Catholic 13.20 / 14:30 LUNCH 14.30 / 15:30 INCENTIVE SYSTEMS MANAGERIAL. CASES COMPANY Andrea Vintani SVP Hr planning, reward and benefits UniCredit Gianluca Grondona HR Director Salini Impregilo 15.30 / 17:00 Panel discussion: EXECUTIVE COMPENSATION AND CORPORATE GOVERNANCE: COMPLIANCE, PERFORMANCE AND MOTIVATION Moderator: Guido Cutillo Observatory Director Alessandra Del Boca University of Brescia, Director UBI Simonetta Iarlori Chief Operating Officer Cassa Depositi e Prestiti Fabiola Mascardi Chair of Remuneration committee Stefano Savino HR Director Railways Group 17.00 / 17:30 Q & A 17:30 CONCLUSIONS For information and registration Mario.Lucio@it.ey.com EY - Via Po , 28 - 00198 Rome T 06 855 67309 / F 06 855 67336

17

Jun

The focus on patient. Innovative solutions for Integrated Health-Care
Conference sponsored by Domedica Patient First in collaboration with LUISS Business School Programme 8.30 am: Welcome coffee and registration of participants 9.00 am: Welcome address Franco Fontana, Scientific Coordinator of the Competence Centre & Lab PA, Health and No-Profit, LUISS Business School Introducer Dario Francolino, CEO Axess Public Relations 9:55 am: Presentation of the survey results Gfk-Eurisko on Patient Support Programmes Isabella Cecchini, Director of Department Health Research, GfK Eurisko 10.30 am: The viewpoint of clinicals John Minisola, President Emeritus of the Italian Society of Rheumatology Carlo Pozzilli, Professor of Neurology, University of Rome and Director of the Centre for Multiple Sclerosis - Policlinico S. Andrea Roma Serena Quattrucci, Consultant at the Centre for Cystic Fibrosis, Dept Pediatrics, University of Rome La Sapienza Dario Vizza, Associate Professor and Head of Pulmonary Hypertension Centre, University of Rome La Sapienza Roberto Badagliacca, Researcher at University of Rome La Sapienza 11.00 am: Integrated Health Care: an innovative approach to disease management starting from the patients and doctors’ needs Maurizio Percopo, CEO at Domedica 11.15 am: The proposals of Patient Associations Gianna Puppo Fornaro, President at Italian League Cystic Fibrosis ONLUS Vittorio Vivenzio, President of the Association of Patients with Pulmonary Hypertension ONLUS 11.45 am: discussion on the Patient Support Programmes for the sustainability of the National Healtcare System 12:30 am: conclusions and end of the work 12.45 am: light lunch RSVP segreteria.organizzativa@domedica.it Registration is guaranteed only upon receipt of e-mail confirmation

15

Jun

DRUID 2015 Conference
Since 1995, the annual DRUID Conference has become one of the world's premier academic events on innovation and the dynamics of structural, institutional and geographic change. The DRUID2015 Conference on  “The RELEVANCE of INNOVATION” is co-organised and hosted by LUISS Business School and will take place on June 15-17, 2015 at LUISS BS in Rome, Italy. Highlights include: Plenary speakers at DRUID15 include Zoltan Acs, David Audretsch, Richard Florida, Robert Grant, Isin Guler, Anne Marie Knott, Joan Ricart, David Robinson, Filipe Santos, Chris Tucci, Shaker Zahra and Thomas Åstebro. Scientific debates with outstanding scholars exchanging opinions in a heated and entertaining setting, and the conference audience opposing or supporting their standpoints. DRUID15 debates challenge business model innovation and entrepreneurship policy. Paper sessions presenting 250 peer reviewed papers with previously unpublished research, all with engaged session chairs and carefully appointed discussants. Professional development workshops (PDWs): Focused, user driven sessions offering a way of sharing ideas, knowledge and expertise. Best paper awards. Accepted papers exclusively authored or co-authored by doctoral students will be considered for the DRUID Young Scholar Paper Award while all papers accepted for the conference will be considered for the DRUID Best Paper Award. Grand conference dinner. DRUID conference dinners are known for their excellent food and high fun factor. When in Rome, we will do as the Romans and host a sumptuous convivium in a park in the heart of historical Rome, overlooking St. Peter’s Basilica. Excursions through cinematic locations in historical and modern Rome. Discover or rediscover Rome tracing the footsteps of Federico Fellini, Paolo Sorrentino, Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn. Detailed Programme and Registration

08

Jun

Unilever Italy President Angelo Trocchia Meets Young Graduates at LUISS Business School
The Specialised Master Open Eventing Event at LUISS Business School on June 8th, 2015. Unilever Italy President Angelo Trocchia will open the event with an open discussion regarding post-graduate topics. The event will be open to the public and will be moderated by Vito Sinopoli, Editorial President at Duesse. Unilever Italy president, Angelo Trocchia, will meet young graduates to talk about his extraordinary career and the importance of working in an international context, in a company that derives from the diversity of cultures with an inspiration for innovation, change and success. Participants at the end of the speech will have the chance to ask questions about career, employability and post-graduate education. Unilever Italy, is a firm that bills over one billion euros per year, known and appreciated worldwide for its prestigious historical brand portfolio: Algida, Dove, Coccolino, Knorr, Lipton, Lysoform, Mentadent and many others sold in over 190 Countries employing more than 173,000 people in the world. Unilever is the first company of consumer goods in the world rankings and in which recent graduates wish to go to work. Consequently, as you might expect, suitable spaces will be set up for informational discussions with programmes directors and coordinators  to provide information on the Master programmes, admission procedures and services. Participants will have the opportunity to receive individual guidance service related to possible post-graduate courses. Register Now

04

Jun

The Future Of The Air Transport Industry
8.30 – 9.30 Registration and welcome coffee 9.30 – 10.00 WELCOME ADDRESS by Laura Pierallini OPENING OF THE CONFERENCE Prof. Paolo Boccardelli, Dean, LUISS Business School, LUISS University, Rome. 10.00 – 11.15 Panel I – The Future Of The Aviation Market: Regulators’ Dilemmas Moderators: Mr. Gianni Dragoni – Prof. Pablo Mendes de Leon (Journalist, Il Sole 24 Ore)– (Director, IIASL, University of Leiden) Ms. Emmanuelle Maire, Head of Unit DG Mobility and Transport, European Commission. Ms. Gabriella Muscolo, Commissioner, Antitrust Authority, Rome. Mr. Alessio Quaranta, General Director, Italian Civil Aviation Authority, Rome. The regulators will openly discuss their views on the challenges of the aviation industry, while also addressing the position of infrastructure. 11.15 – 13.00 Panel II – Market Access: Finding The Last Loopholes Moderator: Mr. John Balfour, Partner, Clyde & Co LLP, London. Mr. Fathi Atti, Head of Government and Aeropolitical Affairs, Etihad Airways, UAE. Mr. Jorn Wegter, Group Legal Counsel, Air France KLM, Amsterdam. Mr. Federico Bonaudi, Manager - Facilitation, Regional Airports & Parliament Affairs, ACI Europe, Brussels. Mr. Giacomo Aiello, State Laywer, Avvocatura dello Stato, Rome. Mr. Marcos Alvarez, General Counsel, Vueling Airlines S.A., Barcelona. Experts and operators debate the opening of the aviation market and the role of airports in this process. 13.00 – 14.00 Light lunch 14.00 – 15.30 Panel III – Financing the airline industry: where is the best deal? Moderator: Prof. Laura Pierallini, LUISS University and Studio Pierallini, Rome. Mr. Morten L. Jakobsen, Partner, Gorrissen Federspiel, Copenhagen. Dr. Donal Patrick Hanley, Managing Director, ACG Aircraft Leasing Ireland Limited, Dublin. Mr. Nikolai Ehlers, Partner, Ehlers, Ehlers & Partners, Munich. Mr. Niels van Antwerpen, Vice President Legal, Aercap, Amsterdam. Mr. Yazan Saoudi, Partner, Al Tamimi & Company, Dubai. Mr. Alfonso Plana Bodén, Lawyer, Ari Consulting Group, Bogotá. The financing of the airline industry is a critical issue for its development. Experts and operators will exchange views on the most topical matters. 15.30 – 16.45 Panel IV – Taxation And Charges: Local Problems And Global Solutions Moderator: Prof. Mia Wouters, LVP Law and University of Ghent, Brussels. Ms. Anne Frédérique Pothier, Head of Section, Eurocontrol, Brussels Mr. Michael Gill, Executive Director, Air Transport Action Group (ATAG), Geneva. Mr. Umberto Solimeno, President I.B.A.R., Country Manager Italy Air Canada, Rome. Mr. Sergi Giménez, Partner, Fornesa Abogados, Barcelona. Ms. Sorana Pop, Vice President Team Aviation Solution, Bucharest. The panelists will examine increasing burdens on airline in light of sustainability of the industry. 16.45 – 17.00 Closing Session Dr. Chris Schröder, Chief of Operations of various global aviation companies and guest lecturer at IIASL, Leiden University. Presenting his views on recent aviation accidents, followed by Concluding Remarks made by Prof. Pablo Mendes de Leon. IAWA Reception at Studio Pierallini, Viale Liegi 28, Rome Key Note: Ms. Patrizia Terlizzi - (Director, Fiumicino Airport) Ms. Giovanna Laschena - (Director, Air Transport Development, ENAC) The event is free, fill out the registration form Free participation 8 ECTS – Partecipazione gratuita 8 CFU 

May 2015

20

May

First Lean Strategy Forum: Values, innovation and competitiveness
9.30 Registration 10.00 Opening Speech Paolo Boccardelli, Direttore LUISS Business School Angelo Riccaboni, Rettore Università di Siena Speeches 10.30 Creazione di valore e innovazione: la Strategia Lean nelle aziende di servizi Alessandro Bacci, Amministratore Delegato Telos Consulting, Professore a contratto di Economia ed Organizzazione Aziendale, Università di Siena 10.50 Strategia Lean e controllo di gestione: tecniche e strumenti per una gestione integrata e sostenibile Cristiano Busco, Professore Ordinario di Controllo di gestione, Dipartimento di Impresa e Management, LUISS Guido Carli 11.10 Coffee Break 11.30 Lean Thinking in Sanità: da modello operativo a scelta strategica Pierluigi Tosi, Direttore Generale, Azienda Ospedaliera Universitaria Senese 11.50 Lean Banking: verso l’eccellenza dei processi Alessandro Bonanni, Responsabile Sviluppo HR e Change Management, Gruppo Bancario Iccrea – Responsabile Risorse Umane e Organizzazione, Iccrea Banca 12.10 La creazione di valore per il cliente attraverso la Lean Strategy Enrico Cinquina, Amministratore Delegato, Cinquina Trasporti e Servizi Srl 12.30  TWorkshop Dal Lean Thinking al Lean Strategy: opportunità per innovare e competere? Modera: Alessandro Agnetis, Professore Ordinario di Ricerca Operativa, Dipartimento di Ingegneria dell’Informazione e Scienze Matematiche, Università degli Studi di Siena Speeches: Leonardo Bassilichi, Amministratore Delegato, Bassilichi SPA Massimiliano Boggetti, Amministratore Delegato, Sebia Italia Eros Organni, Amministratore Delegato, Sei Toscana Alberto Caporale, Dirigente Area Organizzazione e Risorse Umane, Unioncamere Stefano Cinotti, Direttore Generale, Istituto Zooprofilattico Sperimentale della Lombardia e dell’Emilia Romagna Ore 13.30 Chiusura dei lavori Lunch Buffet For further information: (+39) 06/85222371 The event is free and open to all upon registration.  

March 2015

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Mar

Convegno Le Novità per la Redazione del Bilancio di Esercizio 2014
          Ore 14,30 Registrazione dei partecipanti Apertura dei Lavori Giovanni Fiori, Ordinario di Economia Aziendale LUISS Guido Carli, Componente del Comitato Scientifico dell’Istituto per il Governo Societario Indirizzi di Saluto Massimo Tezzon, Segretario Generale della Fondazione Organismo Italiano di Contabilità (O.I.C.), Componente del Comitato Scientifico dell’Istituto per il Governo Societario Mario Civetta, Presidente dell’Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili di Roma Pierluigi Coccia, Presidente dell’Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili di Rieti Efrem Romagnoli, Presidente dell’Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili di Latina Introduce e Coordina Paolo Moretti, Presidente dell’Istituto per il Governo Societario e della Fondazione Accademia Romana di Ragioneria, Docente LUISS Guido Carli Relazioni Le verifiche e i controlli per la chiusura del bilancio di esercizio Nicola Forte, Dottore Commercialista, Pubblicista Le immobilizzazioni materiali e immateriali nel bilancio Gaetano Di Bari, Dottore Commercialista, Ls Lexjus Sinacta Il trattamento civilistico e fiscale dei crediti e debiti nel bilancio Annarita De Mauro, Componente del Consiglio di Gestione Organismo Italiano di Contabilità I riflessi degli errori contabili nel modello di dichiarazione dei redditi Paolo Savini, Direttore Centrale dei Servizi dei Contribuenti – Agenzia delle Entrate La Nota Integrativa, il Rendiconto Finanziario e la Relazione sulla Gestione Maria Teresa Bianchi, Associato di Economia Aziendale Sapienza Università di Roma, Componente Comitato Scientifico dell’Istituto per il Governo Societario La Relazione al Bilancio dell’Organo di Controllo Riccardo Patimo, Commercialista, Componente del Comitato Scientifico dell’Istituto per il Governo Societario Ore 19.00 Chiusura dei lavori La partecipazione all’evento è libera previa registrazione www.odcec.roma.it/. Per ottenere i crediti formativi è obbligatoria la registrazione presso il sito dell’Ordine dei Dottori Commercialisti e degli Esperti Contabili di Roma (http://www.odcec.roma.it)

08

Mar

2015 EFMD MBA Conference – Re designing the MBA
          2015 EFMD MBA Conference This important event is aimed at MBA Directors and business school staff involved in part-time, full-time and executive MBA programmes. It is organised by  the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and will be hosted by LUISS Business School, Rome (Italy). Sunday, 8 March 2015 17:00 Registration desk open 18:00 – 18:10 Greeting from the Chair - MBA RoomRaffaele Oriani, MBA Director & Conference Chair, LUISS Business School, IT 18:10 – 19:30 Ice-breaking activity - 10A+B Design thinking: what the MBA curriculum and cupcakes have in common 19:30 Dinner Sala Colonne Monday, 9 March 2015 08:15 – Registration desk open 09:00 – 09:30 Welcome - Aula Magna Paolo Boccardelli, Dean, LUISS Business School, IT Nadine Burquel, Director, Business School Services, EFMD Raffaele Oriani, MBA Director & Conference Chair, LUISS Business School, IT 09:30 – 10:15 - What will the world look like in 2020? - Aula Magna Tim Jones, Director, The Future Agenda, UK 10:15 – 10:45 - Coffee Break - Sala Colonne 10:45 – 11:45 - Panel – What will the MBA look like in 2020? – Aula MagnaThree speakers from different backgrounds will share their perspective for the future. What will change, what will disappear and how does your school need to adapt? Kai Peters, Chief Executive, Ashridge, UK Luigi De Vecchi, Chairman Continental Europe for Corporate and Investment Banking, Citi Bank, IT Anna-Victoria Anderson, Current MBA Student, LUISS Business School, IT Moderated by Mark Farrell, Head, Graduate School of Business and Law, RMIT University, AU 11:45 – 12:45 Discussion groups with pre-assigned themes - workshop roomsGroup 1: Technology:How will technology change the delivery and design of the MBA in 2020?Group 2: Relevance: What changes do MBA programs/business schools need to make to ensure they remain relevant to the needs of students, business and society?Group 3: Challenges? What other challenges may affect the future of MBA programs – locally, nationally, and globally?Group 4: MBA curricula in 2020: What will the ideal MBA curriculum look like in 2020? 12:45 – 13:15 - Feedback – Aula Magna 13:15 – 14:30 Lunch - Sala Colonne 14:30 – 15:30 Confessions of an MBA Director – Redesigning the MBA - Aula MagnaA hands-on example of a recent programme redesign. Learn about the consultation process and challenges encountered. Gloria Batllori, Director, MBA Programmes, ESADE Business School, ES 15:30 – 16:00 Coffee Break - Sala Colonne 16:00 – 17:00 Breakout sessions – discussion groups10A Student expectationsStudents or customers? How do you set limits? What does the new relationship mean? Moderated by Melissa Handley, MBA Associate Director, ESADE Busines School, ES 10B Innovative ways to capture student experience Blogs, videos etc. Moderated by Elaine Eades, Director of MBA Programmes, University of Liverpool Management School, UK 11A Faculty management How to encourage faculty to be more student-responsive and student-focused? How to foster new teaching styles? Moderated by Amalia Di Iorio, Associate Pro-Vice Chancellor, College of Arts, Social Sciences and Commerce, La Trobe University AU 11B Engaging corporate partners How can you involve corporate partners and make sure your teaching caters to their needs? Moderated by Stefania Mauri, Corporate Marketing Responsible, LUISS Business School, IT 17:00 – 17:30 EFMD Update – Aula MagnaNadine Burquel, Director, Business School Services, EFMD 18:45 Transfer to Gala Dinner - Hotel Fenix, Viale Gorizia 5 19:30 Gala Dinner at Vittoriano - Altare della Patria 22:30 Busses back to Hotel Fenix Tuesday, 10 March 2015 09:00 – 10:00 Trends & Developments in Graduate Management Education - Aula Magna Alex Chisholm, Director, Statistical Analysis, GMAC®, US 10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break – Sala Colonne 10:30 – 12:00 The Use of Apps in Education – Aula MagnaThis session will discuss the rise of the mobile app economy and its significance to the delivery of graduate management education, in the classroom and beyond. The presentation will focus on Apple’s iOS ecosystem and highlight a variety of apps, workflows and best practices for enhancing the MBA experience with mobile technology. Further reading will be made available after the session. 12:00 – 12:30 Closing Remarks & Welcome to the 2016 Conference 12:30 – 14:00 Lunch - Sala Colonne Programme

February 2015

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Feb

Save the date – L’impresa del Welfare per il Welfare d’impresa
L’International Lab for Women’s Health in the Workplace è lieta di invitarla al primo Convegno “L’impresa del Welfare per il Welfare d’impresa” L’evento si inserisce in un più ampio progetto, l’International Lab for women’s health in the workplace, a carattere internazionale, realizzato da una sinergia tra quattro partner da anni impegnati in modo diverso su queste tematiche: l’Area PA, Sanità & Non Profit della LUISS Business School, l’Associazione Valore D, il Dipartimento per la Tutela della Salute della Donna dell’Università Cattolica e l’Associazione Susan G. Komen Italia per la lotta ai tumori del seno. Il progetto è finalizzato allo sviluppo di proposte e azioni concrete per rafforzare il contrasto alle disparità di genere nel diritto alla salute e favorire nel contempo la piena partecipazione delle donne alla vita socio-economica dell’Italia anche attraverso cambiamenti legislativi e culturali. L’evento sarà inoltre l’occasione per presentare i risultati di una prima ricerca svolta dai partner sul tema del reinserimento nell’organico aziendale delle lavoratrici affette da patologia oncologica e sullo stato dell’arte della normativa italiana ed europea in tale settore in una prospettiva comparata. Ciò allo scopo di condividere esperienze, punti di vista, approcci, risultati conseguiti nei diversi territori, consentendo di portare a fattor comune le best practice utili a ridurre gli ostacoli nella tutela della salute delle donne. Il convegno, suddiviso in due sessioni di lavoro, prevede interventi e dibattiti da parte di istituzioni, esperti del tema e aziende. Programma 10.00 Accredito partecipanti 10.15 Indirizzo di saluto Massimo Egidi, Rettore LUISS Guido Carli 10.30 Apertura dei lavori Giuseppe Novelli, Rettore Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata 10.30 Presentazione dell’International Lab for Women’s Health in the Workplace e della ricerca “L’impresa del welfare per il welfare d’impresa”. Norme, tutele e reinserimento delle pazienti oncologiche nella vita lavorativa Riccardo Masetti, Presidente Susan G. Komen Italia, Professore Ordinario di Chirurgia Generale e Direttore del Centro Integrato di Senologia, Università Cattolica – Policlinico A. Gemelli, Roma Barbara Saba, Vice-presidente Valore D, Pricing & Business Intelligence Johnson&Johnson Medical SPA, Direttore Generale Fondazione Johnson&Johnson Franco Fontana, Professore Ordinario di Economia e Gestione delle Imprese presso l’Università LUISS Guido Carli, Coordinatore Scientifico dell’Area Pubblica Amministrazione, Sanità e Non Profit e Ufficio Gare LUISS Business School Special guests Linda Douglass, Media Professional e moglie dell’Ambasciatore Americano in Italia Luisa Todini, Presidente di Poste Italiane Tavola Rotonda Moderatore: Gerardo D’Amico, Giornalista e scrittore italiano, Vicecaporedattore Rainews24, Curatore e conduttore della rubrica di medicina e salute Ippocrate 11.30 L’Italia come possibile benchmark internazionale Alessandra Servidori, Consigliera Nazionale di Parità del Ministero del Lavoro e Politiche Sociali Enrica Giorgetti, Direttore Generale di Farmindustria Giovanni Scambia, Professore Ordinario di Ginecologia e Ostetricia e Direttore del Dipartimento per la Tutela della Salute della Donna e della Vita Nascente, del Bambino e dell’Adolescente, Università Cattolica – Policlinico A. Gemelli, Roma Elisabetta Addis, Professoressa di Economia Politica all’Università di Sassari e Politica ed Economia del Welfare LUISS Guido Carli 12.30 La teoria, in pratica: best practice a confronto Dibattito con i manager di alcune delle aziende coinvolte nella ricerca per condividere esempi virtuosi e confrontarsi su scenari e sviluppi del welfare aziendale Testimonianza personale di Lucrezia Federico, Donna in Rosa e Responsabile Ufficio Risorse Umane, Elitaliana “UT ALII VIVANT” Antonio Dentini, Responsabile Health & Safety Holding ENEL Gerardo Cancanelli, Vice President Salute Italia ENI Antonella Zolla, Responsabile Health Safety & Environment Telecom Italia 13.15 Conclusioni Cristina Gasparri, Dirigente responsabile Area Pubblica Amministrazione, Sanità e Non Profit e Ufficio Gare LUISS Business School 13.30 Light Lunch La partecipazione all’evento è libera, previa registrazione

January 2015

28

Jan

International Conference: the quality of the regulation with a view to re-launch sustainable growth in Europe
        The Conference will take stock of initiatives undertaken at European, national and regional level for simple, understandable regulations, applicable, sustainable, favourable to growth and development. The aim is to explore the basic elements of the better regulation strategy and the role that these have in re-launching development policies in the countries of the European Union, with particular reference to the role of SMEs (Fitness check, adjustment burden reduction, SME Test and implementation of SBA-Small Business Act), by emerging the impacts and contribution in terms of growth. The Conference is part of the cycle of meetings and seminars promoted by Operational technical assistance Project (POAT) to improve the quality of standardisation in the convergence regions, promoted and implemented by the Department for Legal and Legislative Affairs of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers (DAGL) under the National Governance Programme and technical assistance  PON GAT ERDF 2007-2013. The participation at the Conference is by invitation. For logistic reasons a confirmation of participation via online registration is appreciated through the website form: www.qualitanormazione.gov.it – events section. During the Conference there is a simultaneous translation service.   For further information about POAT DAGL: Segreteria Tecnica POAT-DAGL Presidency of the Council of Ministers Dipartimento per gli affari giuridici e legislativi Unità di gestione POAT DAGL Piazza Colonna, 370 – 00187 Rome (Italy) T. (+39) 06.6779.2854/2553 – F. (+39) 06.6779.2960 segreteriatecnica.poat@palazzochigi.it www.qualitanormazione.gov.it