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Green Management Programme IV edition

 

Price: € 6.200,00 + VAT
Language: Italian
Date: Baveno, 16 September 2013 - 19 July 2014
Duration: 9 months
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Objectives and Target

Local and global legislation push into a new relation between climate change, energy and market management. The resulting match can be identified on Green Economy.
Nowadays Green economy is becoming a must to pursue a sustainable development in order to respect both society and global environment. It represents a required core competence for companies to be successful and competitive.
Most companies doesn’t know how to take advantage of opportunities offered by this changing scenario and ISTUD’s goal is to respond to their need. Our aim is to enhance Green Management culture in Italy as a drive for innovation and competition, to go further the crisis. We want to create a new class of Green Manager.

The Programme is open to young and motivated graduated of any University course

 

Organisation of the Master

  • Classroom teaching: 9 weeks full-time attendance in Baveno (near Milan), with lessons in Italian, corporate testimonies weekly and visits to major Italian and multinational companies with opportunities for discussion and conversation with managers and directors. Main topics: Organization models, strategies, Business planning, Economics, Operations and supply chain, Green Communication, Leadership and change management
  • Project work: 4 weeks 
  • Internship: 3/6 months into structured companies both national and international

 

Partners

ABB - Akzo Nobel Coatings - Auchan - Baboo divisione impianti di Artè Real Estate - Berner - BTicino - Costa Crociere - E.ON - Elica - Energhe Gruppo Ferrero - Experientia - Gi Group - Iveco - Kontiki - Plastipak - S.E.A. Società per i Servizi Aeroportuali - Siram - The Hub - Unilever - Vileda.

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