A New Executive Education Programme starts on the 26th of February: Strategy for the Digital Economy

 Press release, 25th of February

 

Transilvania Executive Education starts this Friday, 26th of February, a new executive education programme: Strategy for the Digital Economy. Designed in partnership with the business community and the EMBA Alumni community, the four months transformative executive programme is addressed to the middle management and to the next generation of leaders.

 

The short programme will be delivered by international experts from various British Universities, with academic and business experience, together with mentors from various business domains and EMBA alumni community from Romania and abroad.  The programme will have a minimal impact on working time, with one module per month (from February until May).

 

Gabi Crețu CEO & co-founder @Evozon Systems & Alumni of the EMBA University of Hull: “This programme tackles something that some of us were forced to learn during the pandemic: digitalisation and new management styles. Managers have no option now but to cope with the new reality, and to do that we need to help them out/invest in them. Moreover, the entire programme was designed by experienced professionals, including the EMBA alumni part of the TEE community, who know first-hand how such education can shape managers.”

 

On completion of this course, the students will walk away with:

  • Leadership capabilities to make informed business decisions, and lead with confidence through a complex and turbulent contemporary business context.
  • Analytical and critical thinking skills to be able to identify trends and mobilise resources most effectively.
  • A network of global professionals and a certificate of competence from Transilvania Executive Education.
  • Strategy-focused skills that enable you to engage in global markets in a strategic manner to leverage your organisation’s competitive advantages.

 

Radu Orghidan Vice President Cognitive Computing @Endava & Alumni of the EMBA University of Hull and mentor: “This course offers the essential tools for making sense of our world together with a vibrant community of teachers and likeminded peers. I think this is an excellent educational opportunity for Cluj and I’m looking forward to contributing to its success by supporting the theory with real case studies from my own professional experience in the digital world.”

 

The first cohort has 19 students from Cluj-Napoca and Oradea. More details on the programme and how to enrol in the next cohort are available on the TEE website: https://teecluj.ro/en/tee-short-courses.html