Register 5 weeks in advance and get an early bird discount of 10%
For safety reasons, all the Executive Education classes are held in line with the WHO and Luxembourg Ministry of Health guidelines. The size of the group is limited to 25 participants.
Is your organization improving fast enough? Are you seizing all the opportunities and distinguishing yourself from the competition? Do you understand the tools and methodologies that can help you achieve this? Most organizations want to become “more competitive” or “more effective”, but often don’t know how to impact processes, systems, tools, etc. The course will cover some critical changes, and the emphasis will be on the practical challenges of introducing improvements and changes in the organization.
Upon completion of the program, you will receive a certificate to add to your CV and LinkedIn profile.
Dr. Goran Oblakovic, Associate Professor in Management and Strategy at Luxembourg School of Business teaches a variety of management courses at undergraduate, MBA, and executive levels. Dr. Oblakovic completed his Ph.D. in management at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland, with the research focused on risk management in banks. He completed his master’s studies in strategic finance (MSSF) and business administration (MBA) at Indiana University, USA. His areas of scientific and research interest include risk, strategic, operations management: human-computer interaction, banking, and entrepreneurship. Dr. Oblakovic has extensive international experience working in logistics and consulting and has worked for corporations such as FedEx, Target, and the United Nations, Indiana University, and a couple of startups. Currently, he serves as the Vice President of the supervisory board of an investment fund, Platinum Invest. Through seminars and consulting projects in Croatia, surrounding areas, and Luxembourg he continues working in the industry for many well-known companies: Cargolux, Ericsson, Kaufland, Sparkasse, Grawe, Novomatic, Croatian Bank for Reconstruction and Development, etc.