Learning labs

Learning labs focus on personal and professional development and are designed together with managers, professionals, experts in the relevant fields. 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.

Go to Market (GTM) Lab

The lab develops students’ abilities to build sustainable revenue growth, and to enhance a firm’s sales, innovation rate, and reputation. GTM introduces students to ways of conducting effective client encounters and provides practice in applying the relevant concepts. The lab also covers a variety of current business issues and focuses on how to best connect with decision makers.

Behaviour Development Lab

In this lab, students develop the competencies and skills needed to face business challenges. The lab helps students explore the attributes and competencies that are key for becoming a leader-skills that span across teams, businesses, markets, and the individual. Particular attention is paid to supporting students in achieving a balance among work, personal life, and studies during their participation in the part-time MBA programme.

Digital Experience Lab

This technical training lab allows students to learn to use software, online services, and social media in ways that extend beyond the limits of typical personal use. Students learn to boost their productivity in their daily work through exercises and group activities. Moreover, they enhance their understanding of technical tools that can lighten processes and reduce workloads.

Project Management Lab

The Project Management Lab identifies a project’s characteristics in terms of objectives, stakeholders, and organizational aspects. It provides students with the skills they need to formalize a project’s scope, determine the work breakdown structure (WBS), and manage the various processes and tools.

Forecasting and Scenario

This Lab is designed to introduce students and future managers to a planning method that can open their eyes to future changes and opportunities that might materialize, help them maximize their flexibility so they can compete effectively in different landscapes that may emerge, and prepare them not just for the future but for several possible futures.