Important things come in time
Author: ANNAmain • Date: 20 January 2014 at 05:09 PM

Hello friends, last week I was running here in there trying to visit 5 round tables simultaneously at Gaidar Forum 2014. Eventually I confessed it`s impossible and choose 3 big meetings. One was Green Energy expert meeting, the second was “Shaping the Future of Business Education” Panel discussion. You can see at the picture a brief glance to the speakers:

From the left to right you can see:

Sir Poul Judge, President, ???? International

Sir Paul Judge holds the post of President of the Association of MBAs (AMBA), Chairman of Schroder Income Growth Fund plc, Teachers TV, the Enterprise Education Trust, Digital Links International and the British-North American Committee and Deputy Chairman of the American Management Association.

Sergei  Myasoedov, Vice Rector, RANEPA

Since 1993, Sergei Myasoedov has been working as lecturer and consultant in Russia and abroad. He gives lectures on Russian economy and cross-cultural management in universities and business schools in the USA, Canada, Europe, Africa and Latin America. 

Sergei Myasoedov founded one of the first private business schools in Russia (International Business School)  and was its director. He is founder and director of one of the largest and prestigious public business schools in Russia. (Institute for Business and Public Administration of the Russian Presidential Academy of National).

Steef van de Veld,  Dean, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University

Steef van de Velde is a professor of operations management and technology and the Dean of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM).

Later I`ll prepare pics with all experts and results of the Panel Discussion. It took much more time that it was sheduled so the results was exellent. Important things comes in time because I founded muself on the top of the subject with ready planing what to do.







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