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Master Speaker Series: Matteo Mariani 'Is Smart Working Really Smart?'

by Larissa Petryca, on 13 November 2020 11:03:51 CET

The School of Business has announced their first Master Speaker Lecture featuring Matteo Mariani, Executive Director of the Italian-Czech Chamber of Commerce, who over the course of the year has conducted extensive research on smart working and organisational change within Czech SMEs, as a response to the global pandemic, as well as future implications for business.

The livestream zoom and facebook lecture will take place on Wednesday 18 November at 18:00 CET. Matteo will be publicly presenting his research findings and afterwards there will be a panel discussion to debate what the future impact and implications for business may be.

The lecture is open to the general public with two ways to join. Simply click on either of these links at the advertised time: Watch the webinar live on Zoom! or Watch the webinar live on Facebook!



The School of Business is expanding


Plus, we will have a special announcement from Head of the School of Business, Dr Stefano Cavagnetto, who will introduce the addition of two new innovative, industry-integrated, postgraduate programmes to our School of Business portfolio, open for February 2021 admission:

MSc Strategic Human Resource Management

MSc Leadership and Strategic Management

Designed specifically for those already in employment who wish to further their higher education qualifications and progress in their careers, these unique global blended degree programmes can be studied regardless of where you are based, with the majority of teaching done through our Digital Campus.

To learn more, don't miss this special event, in the meantime, you can download our new School of Business Brochure.


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