A group of Massachusetts Institute of Technology - MIT and INSEAD professors will be teaching within a business mentoring program in Romania in March. The program, organized by the Post Privatization Foundation (FPP), will organize the third edition of the Business Mentoring Program in March. This is a series of training courses dedicated to executives and taught by professors from prestigious schools around the world.
The group of international professors teaching Romanian audiences this year is made up of Bill Aulet – managing director of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship, Ken Morse, co-founder of the Martin Trust Center for MIT Entrepreneurship , Pekka Hietala, finance professor at INSEAD, and Youssef Bissada, entrepreneurship professor at INSEAD. Peter Barta, the director of FPP, will also be one of the teachers in this program.
Over 150 managers and entrepreneurs attended the first two Business Mentoring seminars so far. In 2013, FPP will introduce the Bissada Sigma Challenge, a simulation of the main challenges and decisions entrepreneurs have to face in the international business environment. The simulation will be held by Youssef Bissada, the founder of this computer assisted learning method.
The participation fee for the whole program, including the Bissada Sigma Challenge, is EUR 3,500. Each seminar costs EUR 600. The fee to participate in the Bissada Sigma Challenge simulation is EUR 1,000.
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