Differently but by no means worse.
This is the resume of the 4th DBA residential week, which originally was planned for London but has taken place Online last week for known reasons.
The week kicked-off with Emmanuella Plakoyiannaki who provided very supportive insights on how to publish qualitative research in top academic journals. Kit Barton continued with a very inspiring session by looking at different theories and concepts in the area of leadership.
Julie Haddock-Millar finished the week by a 2-days program on organizational change and coaching & consulting. In between the course work, Nilesh Dattani gave a very thought-provoking business insight into the Brexit and its consequences for the UK on a political, economic but also societal level.
Thanks to all lecturers and DBA candidates for their motivation and engagement to run this residential week Online. It was an enriching and inspiring week. A special thanks to INSEEC London for their great support. We very much hope that we will meet in person soon and enjoy the vibrant life of London next year again.
Written by Maria Kreuzer, Professor in Marketing and DBA Coordinator