Workshop on network economies and global economies of scale
After the first workshop at the University of Trento, in order to navigate the Fourth Industrial Revolution, LUISS Business School will present a new workshop on the effect of network economies and global economies of scale, in partnership with “Symphonya. Emerging Issues in Management”. The workshop will be held at Villa Blanc on November 8, starting from 09:30 AM.
Cesare Avenia, President Fondazione Lars Magnus Ericsson
Paolo Boccardelli, LUISS Business School
Sergio Barile, “La Sapienza” University
Silvio M. Brondoni, Milano – Bicocca University
Giacomo Büchi, University of Turin
Enrico Zaninotto, University of Trento
Francesco Zirpoli, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice
The event is open to the public, but for organizational issues the registration is compulsory.
Technology, Policies and Legal Challenges
Cybersecurity is a hot topic of debate in today’s policy circles. The abuse of software vulnerabilities is a growing concern that needs to be urgently addressed with better solutions, as increasing numbers of devices and people are connected to the internet every day. Every software has at least 14 vulnerabilities.
This CEPS Task Force report offers the first comprehensive account of the various measures EU member states are taking to counter these challenges. It also offers practical recommendations on how to improve the coordination and disclosure of software vulnerabilities by both private-sector and public actors.
Prof. Raffaele Oriani, MBA Director and Associate Dean for post-graduate programs at LUISS Business School
Lorenzo Pupillo, Cybersecurity@CEPS Initiative, CEPS
Stefano Brusotti, TIM, CyberSecurity Lab
Paolo Spagnoletti, LUISS Business School
Angelo Tofalo, Sottosegretario alla Difesa (TBC)
The event is open to the public, for organizational issues the registration is compulsory.
Unsure about your future? Join us for an afternoon of opportunities, networking and cocktail
If you are looking for a career change, the LUISS MBA is the right program for you. An intensive, 1-year full time MBA to boost your opportunities for a better career, offering the connections to your future whether your ambition lies in starting a business or changing a large organization, transforming your world or changing the wider world. The LUISS MBA is your platform for new business thinking.
We will talk about all of this and more during our Open Evening together with current students, MBA Staff and Faculty, our Recruiting Team as well as the LUISS Business School Career Service. If you have questions about why doing an MBA, why doing it at LUISS Business School or what opportunities lie ahead they will be answered in a relaxed atmosphere, while enjoying a cocktail in the stunning Campus of Villa Blanc.
Here’s the Open Evening Agenda:
18.30 - 19.00 Welcome, Program Presentation and Q&A
19.00 - 19.15 Former students Testimonial
19.30 -20.00 Campus visit
20.00 -20.30 Cocktail
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The LUISS Business School will host the 1st PRME Italian Chapter Meeting. The Principles for Responsible Management Education – PRME is a United Nations-supported initiative founded in 2007 as a platform joining the main business schools around the world which embed principles of sustainability, ethics and responsibility into business and management education.
May 29, 2018
Networking Dinner (Ristorante Life – Via della Vite, 28)
May 30, 2018
8:30 am | Giardino d’Inverno
Institutional greetings; Introduction; Objectives
Florencia Librizzi, Senior Manager PRME, UN Global Compact Office, USA
9:30 am-9:45 am
Marco Frey, President of the Global Compact Italia Foundation
9:45 am-11:00 am
Presentations by School 1 – 4
Temptative: Bocconi; Bologna; Ca’ Foscari; Cattolica
11:00 am | Sala Egizia
11:20 am | Giardino d’Inverno
Presentations by School 5 – 7
Temptative: LUISS Business School; Politecnico; Sant’Anna
12:30 am-1:45 pm | Villa Blanc Restaurant
1:45 pm-2:45 pm | G205
Leanings from the France/Benelux PRME Chapter
Wilfred Mijnhard, Policy Director, Rotterdam School of Management, NL
3 pm-4 pm | G205-G103-G205
Start parallels tables. Each table has to define a person who, with all the others, produces a written work: 3 annexes:
Why do we need a PRME Italian Chapter (vision, mission, values)?
What do we do in the PRME Italian Chapter (actions, partners)?
How do we cooperate and manage the PRME Italian Chapter (Governance, chair, treasury, assembly, statutes)?
4:00 pm | G205
4:20 pm-5:30 pm | G205
Presentation of table results: development of the memorandum of understanding (+ 3 annexes)
Signature Ceremony and Wrap-Up
6 pm | Villa Blanc Restaurant
Mr. Pepper spent a 40 year career in various positions at Procter & Gamble, including Chief Executive Officer and Chairman from 1995 – 1999 and Chairman of the Board from 2000 – 2002. He served as Director of Procter & Gamble from 1984 – 2003 and President from 1986 – 1995. On 17 April, Mr. Pepper will meet LUISS Business School’s students on the occasion of Leader for Talent – #L4T, a series of meetings with speakers from the corporate world. These meetings with business leaders of important organizations are oriented to management best practices and designed to offer students the opportunity to debate current business issues to enrich their professional and soft skills.
John E. Pepper, Jr. currently serves as Honorary Co-Chairman of the Board of the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and was CEO from January 2006 – May 2007. Mr. Pepper served as Chairman of the Board of the Walt Disney Company from January 2007 through March 2012 and had served as a member of its board since January 2006. He also served as Vice President of Finance and Administration at Yale University from January 2004 to December 2005.
Pepper has devoted important effort over the past 30 years to Early Childhood and Youth Development. He currently serves as a member of the Cincinnati Preschool Program Board of Trustees. He was a founding supporter of Every Child Succeeds (which provides home visitation to at-risk 0-3 year olds), and was a co-founder and currently is an honorary member of the board of the Cincinnati Youth Collaborative, one of the nation’s most successful mentoring and tutoring organizations.
Pepper graduated from Yale in 1960, where he served on the Board of the Yale Daily News. He served as Fellow of the Yale Corporation from 1995 – 2003, including two years as Senior Fellow.
A native of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, Mr. Pepper holds honorary doctorate degrees from Yale University, Xavier University, Mount St. Joseph College, St. Petersburg University (Russia), the Ohio State University, the University of Cincinnati and St. Joseph’s University.
Mr. Pepper and his wife Francie have four children and ten grandchildren and reside in Wyoming, Ohio.
The participation in the event is free of charge. For organizational reasons your registration is appreciated. You will receive an email to confirm your registration.