Through this 3-day journey, we will address the challenges most leaders face when taking decisions in a growing unpredictable and complex environment. We will see how the scientific thinking at CERN can apply to your business reality.
30 March 2020 - 01 April 2020Geneva
19 October 2020 - 21 October 2020Geneva
The world around us is changing in unpredictable, complex ways. Accepted paradigms and thinking by analogy no longer hold. Those capable of exploring and experimenting will be the first to discover the laws governing tomorrow’s society and businesses. Those willing to embrace the unpredictable will be the first to seize new business opportunities.
ESADE, in partnership with CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research), launches a transformative journey for executives/organisations willing to be pushed beyond their current way of thinking and operating.
“Thinking the Unknown” was my first time at CERN and allowed me to enter (combined a very special encounter with) in the most famous lab in the world, opening the way to the discovery of very interesting research approaches and topics (with the contents we went through) during the three days I spent there.
Experiencing the CERN, … a game changer moment. Being introduced to the logic of big science discovery, the art of simplifying in order to grasp the essence of the problem, the need to let a humongous amount of people do their job…. invaluable hints for managing complex projects.
Lecturer, Department of People Management and Organization
Deputy Dean of Esade Executive Education Programmes. Consultant in Development of Organizations.
Senior Research Physicist at CERN
Physicist at The University of Melbourne, co-chair of the International Particle Physics Outreach Group
Research Physicist at CERN
Head of Resources Development at CERN
Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, Cornell University. CERN and INFN Associate Fellow.
Section Head (Development of EU Projects & Initiatives) at CERN
CERN (European Organisation for Nuclear Research) is an intergovernmental organisation with 22 Member States located in Geneva, Switzerland. It is recognised as one of the world’s leading laboratories for particle physics.
The power of Soft Skills in a VUCA world
Come to this session where we will discuss why personal and professional innovation is important for success, and how to create a culture of innovation around you using the power of Soft Skills Leadership.
Professor Balvinder Singh Powar will talk to us about his experience in the commercial aerospace industry, among others, and will touch on aspects of his main areas of specialization to create an active, fun, live and useful session where people can openly debate and test various topics.
The session will be informative and participatory with a final challenge.
This event will be held in Spanish
It will take place in Mateo Inurria, 25-27