Free session opportunity before the 2024 EMBA cohorts starts the programme!

As we step into 2024, we are gearing up for an exciting year filled with challenges, growth, and unparalleled learning experiences. With the 2022 cohort wrapping up their studies in the first month of the year and the 2023 cohort nearing the finish line, the anticipation is building for the arrival of the new 2024 Executive MBA group. At the heart of this transformative journey is the unique Executive MBA programme co-designed by the TEE business and alumni community.

The spotlight is now on the incoming 2024 Executive MBA group. A fresh wave of ambitious professionals is set to embark on this intellectually stimulating journey. The Executive MBA program, validated by the University of Buckingham, is renowned for its co-design approach, involving the TEE business and alumni community. The students will soon discover the challenging yet fulfilling nature of this program that sets the stage for lifelong success in the dynamic world of business. You can still book your place into this cohort until the 31st of January, when the registration closes! Check out our website for details!

Before the new Executive MBA class kicks off in mid-February, there is a unique opportunity for aspiring students to join a free session in one of the two days available during the "Disruptive Innovation: Practices and Processes" module, set to be the perfect starting point for the second year of studies for 2023 cohort. Free sessions will be open for Friday, at 5 pm and Saturday at 9 am.


The module will be delivered by Robert Lewis, co-founder of health startups FLX Health and 54 Degrees North, and member of business consulting company Edenic Group, UK. This module challenges students to embrace creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurial thinking, both as individuals and within established organizations. Designed to be highly applied, practical and interactive, students will be able to easily explore and critically analyse the range of ways in which creativity and innovation may be harnessed and promoted to create and capture value. More specifically, they will examine various strategies and cultures in a way that will enable them to discover their nuances, and thus, encourage innovation.



Robert Lewis is an entrepreneur with more than 30 years of experience in developing consumer healthcare products at major pharmaceutical companies, offering consultant services in innovation, OTC, and digital. He has held senior R&D positions at a number of global companies including Reckitt Benckiser, GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer setting up innovation teams, processes and developing new ideas. In 2016, Rob founded Fifty Four Degrees North Ltd., a digital health start-up that has recently launched FLX, an application focused on musculoskeletal health. One year later, while still managing his own company, he got a leadership position within the Edenic Group as the Director of a team of consultants who have worked on research, insight and concept development projects for world-leading brands such as RB, MTV, Durex, NHS, Scholl, The Press Association, Nurofen, PaddyPower, Gaviscon, KLM Airlines, Airborne, GSK and Nestlé.




Free sessions are available on Friday evening, the 26th of January from 5 pm, or Saturday morning from 9.00 am. Register now at Această adresă de email este protejată contra spambots. Trebuie să activați JavaScript pentru a o vedea. and book your place for this great opportunity to meet the teaching staff and the current students, to get involved in the discussions, to have access to the materials delivered in the class, and to find out directly from the students what this programme meant for their development!




Students will learn how to translate conceptual knowledge into real-world application through the creation, risk assessment and presentation of an innovative business proposition. At the end of the class, they will be able to operate in an innovative environment, evaluating technological possibilities, emerging trends, and risks.

The key-feature of the Disruptive Innovation: Practices and Processes module lies in its structure, one that will challenge the students to develop their cognitive skills in order to demonstrate ability to think creatively and innovatively, to develop the ability of double-loop learning. In addition, the students will also be encouraged to develop and demonstrate collaborative and group learning skills.


The new class starts the programme on the 17th of February!