10th May 2023 | 18:30 – 21:30 CEST
Auditorium | UPF-BSM
AMBA Connect events are a series of member-focused, evening events designed to bring together student and graduate members from their ever-growing network of MBAs, MBMs and DBAs around the world.
These events are the perfect setting for future business leaders from AMBA-accredited programmes who wish to meet and exchange insights with like-minded peers, build their professional networks and hear from business leaders, academics, and thought-leaders.
The UPF Barcelona School of Management has the honor of hosting the next event, and we invite our members from around Spain and beyond to join us for an evening of high-level discussions, informative expert opinion and invaluable networking opportunities.
Date and time: 10th May 2023 | 18:30 – 21:30 CEST
Venue: UPF Barcelona School of Management, C/ Balmes, 132-134, Barcelona 08008
Cost: €11 per entry
18:30 – 19:00: Registration, Canapés & Welcome Drinks
19:00 – 19:05: Welcome Address by AMBA & BGA
19:05 – 20:00: Speaker
20:00 – 21:30: Networking & Refreshments
Beyond the MBA: finding resilience, community, and purpose in a rapidly evolving world
An MBA-degree is a stepping stone to a rich career within management, however, an MBA can only do so much to prepare someone for the rapid changes transpiring globally. To truly succeed as an innovative manager, one has to embrace lifelong learning and enhance their adaptability and community building skills to deal with unknowns. Drawing from both personal experience and current events, Mackin will explore how to thrive amidst uncertainty and shape the future with innovation, agility, and ethics-driven leadership.
About the speaker
Scott Mackin is an entrepreneur and MBA professor whose career has spanned multiple industries and continents over the last 20 years. His experience includes management roles in business development, marketing and operations and has advised high-growth start-ups and Fortune 500 companies. He currently lives in Barcelona, Spain with his wife and two children.