Learning labs focus on personal development and are tailored to specific focuses. Students develop cross-functional and soft skills by attending sessions during which they cultivate intellectual flexibility, develop problem solving skills, learn to adapt to diverse situations and refine cross-cultural awareness.
The lab aims to help students to further develop the ten key skills outlined by the World Economic Forum 2020. The lab is organised in collaboration with Luiss Business School’s Career Service Office.
This lab aims to create an entrepreneurial framework and to allow students to put what they have learnt in class into practice. Students learn basic mechanisms that allow them to launch a new business by means of a business plan. The lab provides students with useful insights to lay out a business idea, create a business plan, draft a marketing and fundraising campaign, and define the organisational structure.
Social, Environmental and Impact Lab
This lab sensitises students to current global issues related to sustainability. Students analyse business cases and present creative and innovative solutions that consider social, economic and environmental impact. Students then come up with solutions that to decrease the impact on a social, environmental and economic scale.
This lab allows students to develop and acquire new skills using their creativity. The lab helps participants to create a work environment that values individuals by increasing personal motivation and favouring integration with other group components in order to obtain better results.
Digital Skills Lab
The Digital Skills Lab increases students’ comprehension of the organisational impact that the digital era has on businesses.
Project Management Lab
The lab aims to provide the vocabulary and basic knowledge of the Project Management field in order to effectively contribute to various aspects of the planning and execution of a project. Furthermore, the lab highlights the critical success factors of a project. The lab gives students basic knowledge of Project Management concepts, highlighting the fundamental differences between a project and a programme. Students study the five group processes for the management of a project.
This lab gives students the presentation tools necessary for the world of business. The lab is divided into four sections: personal branding, writing with impact, public speaking and pitching.