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Professional MBA Entrepreneurship

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Welcome reception of the sixth round of the PMBA entrepreneurship & innovation on 25 October took place the welcome reception of the Professional MBA Entrepreneurship & innovation through 2011 2013 in the MOYA in the Palais Schonborn. The ceremony was by o.Univ.Prof. Bodo B. Schlegelmilch, Ph.d., D.Litt., Ph.d. (Hon.), Dean of the WU Executive Academy opened.

In his welcoming speech, he stressed the importance of continuing with a quote of the American actor of Will Rogers: “even if you are on the right track, you’ll get run over if you just sit there.” Also Prof. Schlegelmilch highlighted each other the value of an extensive network and learning. Finally insured he the participants that learning and fun have certainly were. Dipl.-ing. Rainer Wieltsch, Board of Directors, Telekom Austria, spoke in his key note speech of tools that need a Manager to deal with uncertainty in turbulent times. In his opinion the greatest future challenge of managers is the creation of long-term value. It was loud Dipl.-ing. Wama, the promotion of human resources such as innovation and creativity Central.

He stressed the responsibility of the economy in the face of society, the importance of shared value’ corporate governance and compliance, or how it would have been called Thomas Mann the virtues of a respectable businessman”. Then welcomed Univ.Prof. “Dr. Nikolaus Franke on behalf of all LehrgansleiterInnen the participants to the adventure travel MBA” and drew a comparison with Sir Ernest Shackleton’s expedition to the South Pole in 1914. According to Prof. Franke, an MBA program could be a risky journey, because knowledge is dangerous it could change even your whole life. Although much work on the participants came to, he was convinced that they would address all challenges as a team. Similar as adventurer students would be rewarded at the end by knowledge, knowledge, career and personal development. Then assured the MBA graduate of Lydia Awde, B.A.., MBA prospective students, that there was much reason for curiosity and anticipation. She encouraged her to extinguish the spark not even in difficult times”. Mrs. Awde stressed that the present good fortune had to be able to complete an MBA program and should be grateful. Finally, she wished them good luck for the two probably most beautiful and challenging years of her life. After the group photos, the students receiving had opportunity to get to know each other better. The participants of the Professional MBA Entrepreneurship & innovation 2011 2013 are to almost a third of women and have an average of eight years experience. They come from Bulgaria, China, Germany, Italy, Macedonia, Moldova, Austria, Romania, Saudi Arabia and the Slovakia. We wish you lots of success and fun for her MBA studies all students!

Hong Kong

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They have discovered foreign countries have travelled, have overcome jetlag and children who already have frequent traveller cards. It all came back in Germany no longer applies. You feel often misunderstood and left alone with their experiences, their aspirations, their wishes, their conflicts. Books and guides recommend to drive home after a long overseas stay with the container ship. It is not within 10 or 12 hours back to the hometown but moves slowly across the oceans. It takes up to 30 days. Every day, you can bid farewell to new and may reflect. After half of the time you forward maybe even on the homeland.

The long travel time invites you to draw resume, still reminisce about all experiences… Step by step. The experienced coach of pace of life offers rituals, discussions and open ears on the Process of arrival / reintegration. It takes time. The famous sentence of Confucius says: a journey of 1000 miles begins with a single step. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Walt Disney.

So begins with a first step also landing in the homeland and arriving and takes more than a trip long. Who designed this time deliberately, WINS more than just beautiful photo books, which are reminiscent of exotic days: self-confidence, inner strength, authenticity are just a few qualities. In their research, the Hong Kong expert finds several diploma theses, more illuminating the theme of reintegration. “Among other things, Franziska Schmidt writes in her work titled: reintegration of employees to foreign”: when returning to the home of returnees with the problem faced, that he forgot certain social skills and standards of their own culture or unconsciously applying the rules of the host country in the home. This can lead to UN – and misunderstandings at the Daheimgeblie bijit on the one hand, but on the other hand also for the returnees ‘ anxiety () in social and work situations when they realize they have forgotten to important social proto-col’ lead. The returnees should be aware that he must again learn first of all certain social and professional interaction rules of the home culture and must adjust its behavior accordingly. Source: catalog/graduate/12349 the author Sylvia Botje analyses as follows in her thesis topic: “repatriation: analysis of the difficulties for the return of international staff and the psychological models to proposed”. Source: catalog/graduate/8953 Petra Schuseil has an E-book your time in Hong Kong and the farewell written on: armer.de Frankfurt July 12, 2010, Petra Schuseil