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Today the Lectures by the Lake MBA students presented their ideas in front of a panel in #Görlitz and the #unbezahlbarland lounge. The task given by the development agency ENO was "How to attract more highly skilled people to the area of Lusatia"?
The second event of the lectures by the Lake in December had the theme "How to attract skilled workers to the Lusatia region".
My students from the MBA courses "Operational Management" and "Leadership" had the task of developing innovative but at the same time feasible concepts for attracting foreign specialists to the Lusatia region.
The Lusatia region, which is still strongly influenced by mining, has been undergoing structural change for many years and suffers from a shortage of skilled workers. Although the region has a lot to offer potential new employers and employees, there is still a shortage of workers.
The students presented their solutions and proposals to a committee consisting of representatives of the district and the development company ENO. Afterwards, a discussion took place on the proposals.
There was also a supporting agenda, of course, because in addition to the presentation and discussion, entrepreneurs and freelancers in Görlitz were visited and interviewed on the topic.
A cultural tour with a guide who led through the historic old town of Görlitz and a visit to the Christmas market rounded off the event. #people #development #mba #students #goerlitz #globalization #businessdevelopment #education #taxpolicy.
Visiting the Aspire Academy after 13 years. This was the time and the place when the QNV 2030 Sports Project started. I have presented many times about my time in Doha at conferences and universities. Being finally back in Doha feels almost like coming home. Athletics was probably the first successful sports program of the Aspire Academy, winning a silver medal at World Youth Championships U18 in 2009 and a Gold Medal at the World Junior Championships U20 in 2020. It was interesting to follow some careers of students from the first 3 batched over the past decade. Among those are Ahamd Jaad who became a coach himself, Mutaz Barshim became a multiple World- and Olympicmedalwinner, Mohamad Saleh Adam a lawyer, and Omar Shamiyeh a successful entrepreneur.
Credits go to the staff of the Aspire Academy "start-up" of these days: Carlos Alberto Cavalheiro, GeraldLenting Andres Charadia, Dr. Adam Beard, Greg Bopf, Uwe Hakus, Matthew Robinson, Gregoire Millet, François Fourchet and many more ...
Ralf Iwan MBA