How innovative is Switzerland?

Dear reader

according to the latest publications by Insead, the Business School of the World, Switzerland is the most innovative country.

The country is top in creating an innovation friendly environment from which -measurably – a high and innovative output results.

The authors evaluated 80 measurable variables, including political stability and the predictability of legal decisions. Or the costs for the launch of a company.

A total of seven thematic pillars included all the variables. You’ll find the results in the attached PDF below.

Download: Switzerland Globalinnovation Index

I am happy to say that our Business Insitute is in full line with the country’s result: the core focus of our various Executive Master Programs (Master of Science and MBA) lies on innovation and how to implement it in your daily business.

Kind regards,
Peter Lorange

(source: Insead, the Business School of the World)

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New Website – online!

Dear reader

there is little I can say, except: I am happy and proud to present you our new website.

Your benefits:

more content
superb image movie
easy access to all programs
video sequences of the faculty
quick and easy overview on how the modularity of our programs work

…………..why don’t you check it out ?

Thank you to the team and all those who worked on it. Fantastic work !

Regards,
Peter Lorange

Jamie Anderson – A Member of the Faculty

Dear Reader

in the meantime I have already presented you some member of our faculty. Only yesterday I introduced you to Margareta Barchan.

Today I present you a well known scientist and member of our faculty:

Jamie Anderson

He has held permanent and visiting positions at leading business schools, such as the  London Business School, ESMT Berlin and the University of Melbourne. His research and teaching focuses on strategy, innovation and creativity.

He is now Professor of Strategy and Innovation Management at the Antwerp Management School. He is an award winning author and case writer, and was recently recognized by the journal Business Strategy Review as one of Europe’s top 25 management thinkers. He has published in many of the world’s leading academic journals.

Teaching at Lorange: Strategy for Profitable Growth

Photograph: Peter Hebeisen, Zürich

Margareta Barchan – A Member of the Faculty

Dear reader,

I am glad that I could win Margareta Barchan as a member of the Lorange Faculty. Why? Just listen to her compelling statement!

Kind regards,
Peter Lorange

The New Master Class

Dear reader,

our new master class has just completed one of the general management modules , the so called “Core of Business & Management Module”.

It was taught by faculty member Dr. Uwe Hilzenbecher. Congratulations to all the participants!

Dr. Uwe Hilzenbecher surrounded by his class in the lobby of the Lorange Institute

A New Master Class – MBA or MSc?

During the past two weeks a new Master Class has taken its first steps towards their master degree.

One of the most outstanding aspects of all our programs is the modularized structure. However, our programs are not only modularized. They are also highly synchronized.

Credits awarded in one program can be transferred to any other program of the Lorange Institute.

This means that you even have the possibility to switch to another program in case you fulfill the entry requirements.

Did you know, that, with the exception of “Core of Business & Management”, you can start right away with any module of your master studies?

This advantage is key. It allows you to start right away. As there is no fix schedule, you don’t have to wait until any specific module start. You decide how you schedule your studies.

Learn more about our programs on our website: www.lorange.org/programs

This is one of many advantages at the Lorange Institute. When do you take your decision?

Yours,

Peter Lorange

A Member of our Faculty – Christian W. Buss

Dear reader

it’s a pleasure to present you a few members of the faculty at the Lorange Institute of Business. The order of the presentation has nothing to do with the importance of the professor.

All faculty members at the Lorange Institute are equally important. And they have been carefully chosen as proven experts in there domain.

Chris is a marketing specialist and teaching in our Executive Master of Science in Modern Marketing. By the way, and please excuse the gag: he will open his eyes!

Dr. W. Christian Buss, Member of the Faculty

earned a PhD in 1977 from the Marketing University of Pennsylvania Minor in organizational behavior. He was a board member of various institutions such as the National Multiple Sclerosis Society or the Capital Region World Trade Council. He looks back on a stratified consulting career including executive training programs with great a many companies such as the Commercial Bank of Kuwait, Capital District Transportation Authority, Fleet Bank, the American Cancer Society, The Hospital Association of New York State and many others. He made an academic career at the University at Albany including his position as director of the international marketing assistance service and as chairman of the marketing department.