A member of our faculty: Joerg Reckhenrich

Dear reader

What is typical of our institute and at the same time a tremendous benefit for the participants in our Executive MBA and Executive Master of Science courses? It’s our faculty.

Never could we be an innovative school without high class teaching. We are willing to guarantee you high class teaching not by a faculty of permanent members. On the contrary, we guarantee the latest in teaching by a non-permanent faculty.

This allows us to invite specialist for each relevant topic providing our participants with the latest insights from the respective fields.

One of this faculty members is Joerg Reckhenrich. He is both, an artist and a consultant.

Next year, during the first event of our  2012 series “Speed, Action: Results!” Joerg will do a museum exercise as integral part of his leadership seminar. I will inform you in greater detail in a few days.

Joerg Reckhenrich is an artist and director of the Berlin-based consultancy ‘Strategic Creativity’, Professor of Innovation and Creativity Management at the Lorange Institute, Zurich and adjunct professor at the Antwerp Management School.

Joerg has facilitated workshops on creativity and innovation as part of executive education programs at Antwerp Management School, London Business School, IMD and the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT).


A new Era for Open Enrollment Programs

Dear reader,

we are about to launch our new corporate programs as we are convinced that many corporations are seeking for opportunitites in the field of executive education.

We were, of course, confronted with the question whether to offer closed programs only. That means whether we should offer tailored programs only, customized to the real need of the respective corporation. We do offer tailored programs. Nevertheless I feel the need for a lot of smaller companies to profit from executive education as well. (more about our corporate programs)

Discussing with participants at the 2nd Zurich Business Forum (in the large auditorium at the Lorange Institute of Business)

It was only last week when I came across the following article on the site Poets&Quants for Executives. The author, Clark Callahan, confirms, that “…in the past they have seen the demand for open enrollment programs ebb and flow with the historical tide of business cycles.”

I am sure, that not only the tide but also the time has come for a new era for open enrollement programs.

You’ll find the whole article HERE.

Kind regards,

Peter Lorange