Zurich Business Forum – Impressions

Dear reader

we’re glad to share with you some live pictures from the first day of the 3rd Zurich Business Forum.

Yours,
Peter Lorange

Early morning networking

Early morning networking

Opening session (myself speaking)

Talking to Stephan Brunner, Brunnerwerbung

Philippe Marmara, Globalpraxis: 86% of all innovations are imitations!

Prof. Manson: Innovation through material science

Joerg Reckhenrich: What can leaders learn from the arts?

Joerg Reckhenrich debating about arts and business

Peter Lorange with Jan-Anders Manson from the EPFL (ETH)

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The freedom to teach

Prof. Dr. Jan-Anders E. Månson
Professor of Material Science at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL)
Member of the Lorange Institute of Business part-time faculty

“The freedom to always teach on the topic that is most relevant for its time!”

A member of our faculty: Jan-Anders Månson, lecturing at the 3rd Zurich Business Forum

Dear reader

we are approaching the 3rd Zurich Business Forum with lightspeed: only three days to go. After presenting you Jörg Reckhenrich, artist and consultant at the boarderline between the arts and management, I introduce you to another member of our part-time faculty and a speaker at the Zurich Business Forum: Jan-Anders Månson.

Jan-Anders E. Månson is Professor of Material Science at the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). He is also director of the Polymer and Composite Laboratory (LTC) at the Institute of Materials. His research is focused on novel cost-effective materials and manufacturing principles. His research partners are primarily from the automotive, aerospace, medical and sport industries. Prof. Månson has published abundantly and is active in teaching. From 2004 to 2008, he was the vice-president of the Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, responsible for innovation and technology.

Profit from this unique opportunity and meet Prof. Jan-Anders Månson at the 3rd Zurich Business Forum.