181. Gabriel Di Bella on macro-conflicts and the oil trap
On July 23 the RANEPA Summer Campus participants met with the head of the International Monetary Fund in Russia, Gabriel Di Bella. The students learned about what may be useful in the macroeconomy for the study and prevention of conflicts.
182. Summer Campus 2016 students told about the future of industry
On July 23, there was a meeting with the CEO of OJSC Special Economic Zone Alabuga Timur Sagivaleyev at RANEPA’s Summer Campus. The participants learned about the prospects for the development of special economic zones (SEZ) in Russia, with Alabuga as an example.
183. Nikolai Nikiforov tells Campus participants about the digital economy
On July 23 RANEPA Summer Campus participants met with Russian Communications and Mass Media Minister Nikolai Nikiforov. The lecture took the form of a lively discussion: students not only could learn many new things, but also express their own ideas.
184. Vadim Novikov: antimonopoly services exceed their authority
On July 23, at the RANEPA Summer Campus education form, there was a lecture by member of the Presidential Expert Council, RANEPA senior research fellow Vadim Novikov, on the influence of antitrust on entrepreneurship.
185. Campus students discover Kazan, Sviyazhsk, Innopolis
On July 22 Campus participants spent the entire day outside the Campus. This day off was also dedicated to new knowledge and impressions, just like on earlier days. The participants visited the island city of Sviyazhsk, the high-tech city of Innopolis, the Kazan Arena football stadium and of course, the heart of Tatarstan, the Kazan Kremlin.
186. Evening of workshops takes place at Summer Campus
Another day ended on the program of the Summer Campus with a special creative evening. The Campus territory transformed into a real art space, which included 12 workshops with different themes.
187. Darya Kuznetsova: “We need leaders, not just managers”
On July 21 Summer Campus participants leaned about what employers want to see in them. Senior HR business partner for Johnson&Johnson, CIPD, MsIHRM Darya Kuznetsova spoke to the students.
188. Why do we need cross-cultural management? Sergei Myasoyedov’s answer
Is it possible have a productive dialogue between representatives of different cultures? Is it necessary to meet someone halfway, if your business partner is a foreigner? The students at Summer Campus 2016 who came to a meeting with RANEPA vice rector, director of RANEPA’s Institute of Business Studies and the president of the Russian Association of Business Education, Sergei Myasoyedov, got answers to these questions.
189. Igor Miroshnichenko describes problems in sports at Summer Campus 2016
On July 21, participants of the fifth RANEPA Summer Campus discussed relevant issues in sports at a meeting with co-chairman of the Association of Student Sports Clubs (ASSC) of Russia and powerlifting world champion Igor Miroshnichenko.
190. Timothy Mescon on the use of change and conflicts
On the fourth day of the Summer Campus 2016 international forum, which is going on now in Kazan, Timothy Mescon, the senior vice president of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International, gave a lecture entitled “Change, Conflict and You”.
191. Guntram Kaiser: success of business talks depends on respect for one another
Over the course of two days, Kaiser Communication Managing Director Guntram Kaiser gave a lecture to the Campus participants. On the first day he discussed the role of cultural differences in the creation and resolution of corporate conflicts, on the second he talked about the significance of communication during conflicts between various communities.
192. Alexander Birman: conflict in journalism is main thing
On the third day of the RANEPA Summer Campus education forum, a workshop dedicated to key challenges and questions of modern economic journalism took place. Special correspondent for the Lenta.ru online publication Alexander Birman met with students.