Smith EMBA for a Day – 2019.1.12
Time: January 12th, 2019 9:00 am to 13:00 pm
Venue: Keyan Building, UIBE 对外经济贸易大学科研楼
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Topic | 议题
Impacts of Artificial Intelligence on Business
UMD - EMBA
The University of Maryland is the state of Maryland’s flagship university and one of America’s preeminent public research universities. The University of Maryland has been ranked No. 50 in the world by U.S. News & World Report. Ranked No. 7 in the U.S. by Financial Times, the University of Maryland's Global Leadership EMBA Program in Beijing hand-selects the best Smith School professors to teach a curriculum designed to ensure business leaders master the most crucial skills to succeed in the Chinese market that is fast-paced, data-driven and complex.
About the Professor
Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Research
Distinguished University Professor
Robert H. Smith Dean's Chair of Information Systems
About the Executive Coach
China Country Director and
Head of Executive Development for MDS
Senior Fellow and the Director of
Executive Development Programs
Robert H. Smith School of Business in Asia Pacific
Elisa is the China Country Director and Head of Executive Development for MDS and has spent the last 5 years leading a team of highly qualified Senior Consultants and Executive Coaches to deliver world class leadership development solutions for numerous multi-national and government organization in Asia. Elisa has earned a Master in Organizational Development and a Master of Education in Counseling Psychology both from Columbia University in New York City. She holds an ACC credential from the International Coach Federation and is also an accredited practitioner for the Global Mindset Inventory™ (GMI), the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and the Leadership Effectiveness Analysis™ (LEA) 360 and the IDI (Individual Directions Inventory).
Smith EMBA Alumnus Sharing
General Manager, China
Fine Surgical Instruments Inc.
“班长” Class Rep and CEO
Chief Entertainment Officer
from Cohort 10
Excerpts from His Speech on Cohort 10 Graduation:
Thank all of our professors for the efforts you have made to not only travel all the way to Beijing every month, but in the sharing of your energy, knowledge and wisdom. Over the past 18 months you have challenged us, you have enriched our minds, broadened our perspectives and helped us grow both professionally and personally, and for that, we thank you.
I did a bit of calculating: Yet 37,500 pages of reading, 576 hours of class time, 600 hours of ALP work, 824 great conversations, 10 hours of debating the greatness of Elon Musk, 3 networking dinner parties, and too many bottles of beer later ......