MIB Open Courses
MIB Trieste School of Management opens to the business community a series of short courses in English language, at its headquarters in Trieste.
There is a limited number of available places, the following two criteria will be used:
- Priority to MIB Students
- First come, first served
All prices below are not including VAT.
For the current academic year, MIB Trieste School of Management offers your participation in elective courses at a special fee (€100 plus VAT per training day, instead of € 400 plus VAT), to all graduates who joined the MIB Alumni Association.
If you are a graduate of the School and not yet part of the no-profit Alumni Association, please click the green button on the right and send your request.
30-31 May - 1
Three Training days | €
Lecturer: Massimo Romano, Head of Group Integrated Reportingand
Cfo Hub, Generali
Integrated thinking&reporting is a brand new managerial approach which helps manage more effectively all the different capitals of the company with a holistic approach. It helps to implement and to communicate the company's strategy in a very effective and efficient way, using information in a smarter and simpler way.
The course will focus on how to deal with one of the most
critical challenges every organization is facing: the increasing
The course will be structured in 3 consecutive days:
- day 1: introduces the International Integrated thinking&reporting framework, in the light of the increasing complexity all organizations are facing today. Related managerial theories will be analyzed.
- day 2: Participants will be presented different real business cases where the power of integrated thinking&reporting helped companies achieve significant outcomes.
- day 3: describes how to plan and deliver an integrated thinking&reporting project and how to overcome the implementation barriers. Practical hints from real life experiences.
Please, fill in the brief form to apply to the Integrated reporting open course.
A variety of simulations and exercises will be used to allow participants to move quickly from theory to controlled practice and align themselves with the needs of the specific context.