Professor: Gregor Henneka Class: Communication, Fundraising and Advocacy Class Description What are the basics of communication processes? How to conceptualize, plan, execute and monitor a communication strategy? How to develop and establish appropriate strategic fundraising solutions? What can advocacy achieve? And how are all of these connected to each other? Biography After 7 1/2 years in […]
16.06.2015, Geneva The Social Change through Art Forum brought artists, scientists, educators, students and development professionals together to observe, discuss and reflect on the transformational power of art. An out-of-curriculum activity, the Forum came to life thanks to the efforts of five passionate and initiative students from the International Organizations MBA program of the University […]
April 29th, 2015: The IO-MBA Program will bring together professionals, diplomats, and academics to explore the most relevant issues facing international organizations, businesses, NGOs, and world governments. 2015 Forum: Women in Leadership While women can be increasingly found at the highest levels of many international organizations, they may also face unique challenges both in attaining […]
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Alumni: Dr. Stephen Nurse-Findlay Graduated: 2008 Role: Technical Officer, Human Reproduction at the World Health Organization Biography Dr Stephen Nurse-Findlay is currently Technical Officer for the Human Reproduction unit within the Department of Reproductive Health and Research at the WHO. In this position he supports policy work in STI prevention, Family planning and Infertility and serves as the […]
Professor: Gilbert Probst Class: Change Management Class Description The course is designed to give the participants a sound grasp of complex organizational change management and organizational design. The challenges managers are facing today in view of continuous change require them to be familiar with the basic concepts as well as the pitfalls of organizational change. As […]