Event

2012 EFMD Executive Education Conference

Hosted by: Instituto Internacional San Telmo

The event will start on: 03 Oct 12 17:30
And will end on: 05 Oct 12 14:00

Location: Sevilla, Spain
Contact:
delphine.hauspy@efmd.org


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Theme
Partnering for Impact: New Business Models for Executive Education

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Programme

WEDNESDAY, 3 October 2012
18:00 – 19:00 Registration
19:00 Wine Breaker
20:00 Welcome Dinner at Instituto Internacional San Telmo
22:00 Bus back to NH Central Convenciones Hotel

 

THURSDAY, 4 October 2012
08:15 Bus transfer from NH Central Convenciones hotel to Instituto Internacional San Telmo
08:30 – 09:30 Registration at Instituto Internacional San Telmo
09:00 – 09:15 Welcome
09:15 – 09:30 Setting the Stage
Aim: Overview of the Executive Education Industry. Explanation of the key challenges corporations and business schools are facing in their collaboration.
09:30– 09:40 The Rules and Process Used During the Event
09:50 – 10:50 Excellence in Practice Award Case Winners Presentation (2 cases in parallel)
Case 1.
EiP winning case 2012; a case study describing an effective and impactful Learning and Development intervention.
Aim: Opportunity for participants to discuss and exchange openly with Executive Education professionals from both side of the cooperation in a programme.
BAE Systems Inc & Saïd Business School, University of Oxford
“Trusted, Innovative, Bold - Building Global Mindsets for a Global Future”
  • Rachel Brastock, Head of Talent & Leadership Development, Global Combat Systems, BAE Systems, UK
  • Allyson Stewart-Allen, Associate Fellow, Executive Education, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, UK

Moderated by: Inger Buus, Executive Vice President EMEA, Mannaz, UK

Scribing artist: Patrice Keough Gibson, US

Case 2.
EiP winning case 2012; a case study describing an effective and impactful Learning and Development intervention.
Aim: Opportunity for participants to discuss and exchange openly with Executive Education professionals from both side of the cooperation in a programme.
Goldman Sachs (Foundation) & Leeds University Business School

“Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses in Yorkshire & Humberside”

Moderated by: Bob Stilliard, Director of Executive Education, Ashridge, UK

Scribing artist: Sylvie Pheulpin, Innovation & External Research, ST FR

10:50 – 11:15 Coffee Break
11:15 – 12:15 Plenary I – Ensuring Impact:  Framing the Business Challenges
Aim: How consistent are providers and clients in analyzing, describing and documenting the business challenge which lies at the basis of the development request?

This session, starting from the Excellence in Practice award winning cases, explores the current practices in the initial partnering or ‘contracting’ stage of an L&D intervention. How is ownership of the business challenge and involvement of stakeholders guaranteed at the client side, which expertise do providers typically bring to the table during this initial stage, how complete and impact oriented are the initial agreements (committed deliverables, operational parameters, intended impact) ? In a plenum with business schools and alternative providers combined with corporate representatives mutual expectations and possible improvements are discussed.

Moderated by: Inger Buus, Executive Vice President EMEA, Mannaz, UK & Bob Stilliard, Director of Executive Education, Ashridge, UK 
12:15 – 13:00 Plenary II – Producing value for an industry
Aim: Explaining how Business Schools can bring value to companies. Best practices.
13:00 – 14:30 Lunch on Campus
14:30 – 15:30 Excellence in Practice Award Case Winners Presentation (2 cases in parallel)
Case 3.
EiP winning case 2012; a case study describing an effective and impactful Learning and Development intervention.
Aim: Opportunity for participants to discuss and exchange openly with Executive Education professionals from both side of the cooperation in a programme.
Lonza AG & University of St. Gallen (Executive School of Management, Technology & Law)

“Business Unit Strategy at Lonza - Linking Executive Education and Strategy Development”

  • Paul Adang, Senior Vice President Human Resources, Corporate HR, Lonza, CH
  • Philipp Guthof, Director of Corporate Programmes, Custom Programmes, University of St. Gallen, Executive School of Management, Technology & Law, CH and Markus Frank, Executive Director, Executive School of Management, Technology and Law, University of St. Gallen, CH

Moderated by: Camelia Ilie, Director Executive Education, ESADE Business School, ES

Scribing artist: Patrice Keough Gibson, US

Case 4.
EiP winning case 2012; a case study describing an effective and impactful Learning and Development intervention.
Aim: Opportunity for participants to discuss and exchange openly with Executive Education professionals from both side of the cooperation in a programme.
Merck & Co., Inc. & The Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania)
“Merck Global Human Health Executive Development Programme”
  • Judy Kelley, Executive Development Leader, Enterprise Learning, Merck & Co., USA
  • Janeen Pesiridis, Director Aresty Institute of Executive Education & Sandhya Karpe, The Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania, USA

Moderated by: Maurice Olivers, Director Executive Programmes, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, NL

Scribing artist: Sylvie Pheulpin, Innovation & External Research, ST FR

15:40 – 16:15 Plenary III  – Results of 2012 Executive Education Futures and EFMD Update
16:15 – 16:45 Coffee Break
16:45 – 17:45 Plenary IV – Excellence in Partnering: Delivering an Effective L&D Intervention
Aim: How successful are clients and suppliers at partnering throughout the design, delivery & evaluation of an L&D initiative?

This session, again based on Excellence in Practice cases, explores current practices and evolutions in the rollout of L&D initiatives. Which is the typical distribution of roles between the corporate L&D organisation and the provider and how are both parties kept aligned throughout the deployment of L&D initiatives, and how are the initiatives (programme structure, content, methods, etc.) kept in line with the evolving business challenges and expectations of key stakeholders at the client side, which is the key value providers bring to the table at this stage (their role as an integrator for instance, customization challenge, etc.). Again, business schools, alternative providers and corporate representatives discuss experiences, expectations and evolving practices.

Moderated by: Camelia Ilie, Director Executive Education, ESADE Business School, ES & Maurice Olivers, Director Executive Programmes, Maastricht University School of Business and Economics, NL 
18:00 Bus to NH Central Convenciones Hotel or old quarter of Seville
19:30 Drinks and Dinner in "Restaurante La Albahaca" in old quarter
22:15 Flamenco Show in "Tablao Flamenco Los Gallos"
00:00 Bus back to NH Central Convenciones Hotel

 

FRIDAY, 5 October 2012
08:30 Bus transfer from NH Central Convenciones Hotel to school
09:00 – 10:00 Excellence in Practice Award case winners presentation (2 cases in parallel)
Case 5.
EiP winning case 2012; a case study describing an effective and impactful Learning and Development intervention.
Aim: Opportunity for participants to discuss and exchange openly with Executive Education professionals from both side of the cooperation in a programme.
Siemens AG & Siemens Learning Campus
“Senior Siemens Production System (SPS) Expert Program”

Moderated by: Gérard Mangin, Former Director of Education, STUniversity, FR

Scribing artist: Patrice Keough Gibson, US

Case 6.
EiP winning case 2012; a case study describing an effective and impactful Learning and Development intervention.
Aim: Opportunity for participants to discuss and exchange openly with Executive Education professionals from both side of the cooperation in a programme.
  • Nexus (Tyne & Wear Passenger Transport Executive) & Newcastle Business School
    “Meeting Strategic Challenges through Partnership”
    • David Bartlett, Human Resources & Programme Director, Nexus, UK
    • Ruth Leggett, Senior Lecturer and Programme Leader, Corporate and Executive Development Centre, Newcastle Business School, UK

Moderated by: Stéphane Sinimale, Associate Director, Corporate Learning, Thunderbird School of Global Management, CH

Scribing artist: Sylvie Pheulpin, Innovation & External Research, ST FR

10:00 – 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 – 11:30 Plenary V – Impact through Learning & Development: the Proof
Aim: How successful are clients and suppliers at partnering throughout the design, delivery & evaluation of an L&D initiative?

This session, again based on Excellence in Practice cases, explores current practices and evolutions in the rollout of L&D initiatives.  Which is the typical distribution of roles between the corporate L&D organisation and the provider and how are both parties kept aligned throughout the deployment of L&D initiatives, and how are the initiatives (programme structure, content, methods, etc.) kept in line with the evolving business challenges and expectations of key stakeholders at the client side, which is the key value providers bring to the table at this stage (their role as an integrator for instance, customization challenge, etc.).  Again business schools, alternative providers and corporate representatives discuss experiences, expectations and evolving practices.

Moderated by: Gérard Mangin, Former Director of Education, STUniversity, FR & Stéphane Sinimale, Associate Director, Corporate Learning, Thunderbird School of Global Management, CH 
11:30 – 12:00 EIP - Excellence in Practice Award Ceremony
12:00 – 12:30 Conclusion Remarks and Presentation of Next Year’s Venue
12:30 Completing Evaluation Forms (live)
12:30 Lunch on Campus
13:30 Bus transfer back to NH Central Convenciones hotel

 

Pratical Information

  1. Venue
  2. Contact at San Telmo
  3. Direction to reach San Telmo or the NH Central Convenciones Hotel
  4. Fees & Payment
  5. Accommodation
  6. Tourism
  7. Links
1. Venue
Instituto Internacional San Telmo (Main building, first floor)
Avda. De la Mujer Trabajadora, 1
410008 Sevilla

Top 2. Contact at San Telmo
Brita Hektoen Wergeland
Director, Internacional Relations and Professor, Managing People in Organizations
Instituto Internacional San Telmo
Avda. De la Mujer Trabajadora, 1
410008 Sevilla
T +34 954 975 004
F +34 954 958 840
E bhektoen@santelmo.org
 
Top 3. Direction to reach San Telmo or the NH Central Convenciones Hotel
By Taxi
  • Taxi from Sevilla Airport San Pablo to San Telmo: (8,7 km) price 21,89 euros (tarifa plana)
  • Taxi from Sevilla Airport San Pablo to NH Central Convenciones (10,9 km) price 21,89 euros (tarifa plana)
  • Sevilla Train Station Santa Justa to San Telmo: (2,6 km) price 7-8 euros
  • Sevilla Train Station Santa Justa to to NH Central Convenciones: (2,5 km) price 7-8 euros
By Trains
  • Fast train AVE from Madrid to Seville (2,5 hours) with departures practically every hour starting around 6:30 until 21:30. Price depends on departure and class. www.renfe.com
  • Fast train AVE/AVANT from Malaga to Seville (2 hours) with departures practically every hour starting around 6:45 until 20:30. Price depends on departure and class. (at this date no schedules established)
By Plane to Different Spanish Airports
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4. Fees & Payment
Conference fees for registration form:

  • EARLY BIRD UNTIL 15 June 2012
    • 675€ full members of EFMD
    • 825€ affiliated members of EFMD
    • 975€ non members of EFMD
    • 300€ Excellence in Practice Award Winners
  • NORMAL FEE UNTIL 4 September 2012
    • 775€ full members of EFMD
    • 925€ affiliated members of EFMD
    • 1075€ non members of EFMD
    • 300€ Excellence in Practice Award Winners

  • LATE FEE AFTER 4 SEPTEMBER(payment by credit card ONLY, after 4 September 2012)
    • 875€ full members of EFMD
    • 1025€ affiliated members of EFMD
    • 1175€ non members of EFMD
    • 300€ Excellence in Practice Award Winners

Cancellation Policy Date: 4 September 2012
Cancellations must be confirmed in writing. If Momentum EFMD Conference Secretariat receives notice of your withdrawal before 4 September 2012, a cancellation administrative fee of 75€ will be charged. Thereafter, we regret that we are unable to refund any fees. However, in such cases substitutes are welcome at no extra cost as long as EFMD receives notification of the name, title and address of the substitute.

Top 5. Accommodation
The NH Central Convenciones Hotel in Seville enjoys a privileged location in the city’s new "Mile of Gold", just two metro stops or a 15-minute walk from the historic district.
Just a short distance from the NH Central Convenciones hotel you will discover a leisure and shopping district featuring the Mall Nervión Plaza and El Corte Inglés, many other shops, plus cinemas, bars and restaurants for your enjoyment. Access to the entire city is available via a metro station located just behind the hotel. We are close to the playing field of the Seville F.C., with a proximity to the Royal Betis Stadium that is unmatched. We are also near Seville's train and bus station, offering direct service to the airport.

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Top 6. Tourism
Top 7. Links

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