I need to apologize for my long silence in the blog. I must acknowledge, that my IMD experience goes far beyond schooling, projects or class experience. When I packed my suitcases to come here six months ago, I thought I knew everything I put there. However, just like in books of Milorad Pavic, all of a sudden I found the whole bunch of stuff. Continue reading “Emotionally numbered, analytically sentimental”
After a bit more than two weeks of a condensed International Political Economy course, it is time for us to thank the very special Prof Carlos Braga for the passionate debates, controversial points of view and outstanding off campus visits he organised for us at ICRC and WTO, organisations most of us would probably never have the chance to visit! Continue reading “And we mastered International Political Economy”
The staccato frequency of these blogposts stands in stark contrast to the almost unending excitement in the MBA program these days. And while I bring you up to speed with all the action let me confess straight-away that I have decided to stop branding any day at IMD as the “best day”, because experience has proved to me that the best is yet to come. Continue reading “The best week or was it?”
A few snapshots from the Political Economy class with Professor Carlos Braga, followed by lunch! Continue reading “Photo blog – Political Economy & lunch”
One more great course behind us, yesterday was our last marketing class with the exceptional faculty Goutam Challagalla.
One more step is behind us in our journey, such a feeling of accomplishment, and yet, Continue reading “Marketing is over…”
A few snapshots from study groups and class breaks. Continue reading “Photo blog – study groups & breaks”
This week was incredibly concentrated and full of impressions. To start with an amusement park: short and tall revolving attractions quickly grew up across the road. Day and night they shine and reproduce fancy songs, disturbing overwhelmed MBA students. Attractions are calling and I hope to reward my inner child, before they move to another Continue reading “Toys for thought, twinkle stars and growing adults”