THE VALUE OF KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIPS WITH SUPPLY CHAIN KNOWLEDGE CENTRES
Panel discussing Zero Emission City Logistiscs, Green corridors and Synchro-modal maturity model opportunities.
Hosted by: Freek Brilleman
Panel participants: Dr. Ron van Duin, Dr. Nilesh Anand
Our Knowledge centre specialises in sustainability in logistics in, around and through Port City, therefore it is KC Duurzame Havenstad (Sustainable Port City). We will present on Zero Emission City Logistics, Green Corridors into the hinterland and Synchro-modal opportunities. To support organisations in a smart way, maturity models are developed, placing your current situation on a scale, plus giving you advice on how to move to another level of maturity. With the support of our student's Municipalities, Organisations and Companies become aware and able to develop in an efficient way. Next to our presentations, there will be a QandA session with presenters.
LIVING LAB: WORTH INTERNET SYSTEMS
The value of collaboration and creative problem solving
Hosted by: Ricardo Santos Navas
The panel will present a case developed between Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences (RUAS) and Worth Internet Systems – a leading Dutch enterprise focused helping companies in Digital transformation journey. Living Lab is an innovative immersive consulting & training platform which delivers real life learning experience to students while providing actionable and future proof insights to the real world challenges faced by the companies. RUAS MCE - Master in Consultancy & Entrepreneurship candidates worked closely with Worth Systems’ Senior Management to co-create smart and innovative solutions to the company's challenges which ultimately had a positive impact to the company and its surrounding communities. The panel will inspire you in the value of Collaboration and creative problem solving engaging with communities in win-win-win partnerships.
Importance for business and role of education
Hosted by: Dr. Biljana Pesalj
Panel members: Cilia Keser (Managing Partner, Nexio Projects), Iwan Hellemons (Manager, Van Oort) & Jelle van Ham
Improving sustainability is imperative for businesses today. It is also one of the biggelt challenges companies of all sizes and in all sectors are faced with. Education has a key role and responsibility to support efforts towards global sustainability goals, by educating future managers and giving its contribution to the society. But what are the tools that can help to inform and guide choices and ensure that companies can make decisions that are profitable and at the same time good for the environment and society? And in which way sustainability needs to be thaught in the business school so that future managers are fit for the professional field? Panel will present an experiment introducing innovative educational model to produce positive impact on the education for sustainability as well as on the professional field. This is done by providing real-life practical experiences for students and providing opportunity to master the use of industry-specific digital tools, but also by providing more insight (and evidence) to the participants in the supply chain to motivate them to rethink current business practices, revenue models and collaboration opportunities in order to scale up transition to circular economy and more sustainable business and society. We partnered with Ecochain and Nexio Projects to introduce practical tools so that students can gain hands on experience and make an impact by: • applying Life Cycle Assessment digital analytical tools (software and data sets) made available by Ecochain and • developing strategic recommendations, using the practical methodology of Nexio Projects, to reduce the Ecological Footprint in the supply chain of case companies (SMEs).
THE VALUE OF KNOWLEDGE PARTNERSHIPS WITH BUSINESS
Interactive panel discussing the MSC Pressure Cooker collaboration.
Hosted by: Dr. Chris Papadopoulou
Panel participants: Executives of FourKites, KOTUG & Rhumfeld
This panel will discuss the value of knowledge partnerships between academic programmes and businesses. The panel will consist of representatives of companies, which have collaborated with the MSC programme in the "Pressure Cooker" programme. "Pressure Cooker" is part of the MSC programme at RUAS. It is the last course that the students have to complete before the submission of their thesis. This is a live, 5-day student group competition, high in complexity and ambiguity, where the students are called to pitch the business case of their solution on a real case problem set by the sponsored company. The aim of the competition is to create direct engagement and action of the sponsored company stakeholders. Representatitives of the student wining teams will be also present to share their experiences.
Hosted by: Dr. Feng Fang and Ana Florencia Martinez Arrua
Round 1: MCE alumni
Round 2: MSC alumni
The MSC alumni panel will share their experience in choosing the MSC programme and how their choice to attend an applied Master programme contributed to their professional success. The panel will inspire you in the value of creating highly diverse employee partnerships with an affinity to an applied solutions mindset.
ERASMUS+ BLENDED INTENSIVE PROGRAM: THE MCE EXPERIENCE
Innovative ways of learning and teaching including COIL
Hosted by: Saulius Buivys, Dr. Sergio Seloti, prof Renata Simoes Guimaraes e Borges and prof Roberto Gonzalez Duarte
Blended Intensive Programmes are "short, intensive programmes that use innovative ways of learning and teaching, including the use of online cooperation" (European Comission, n.d.). MCE is using BIP since 2021 in partnership with international partners, such as Worms University (Germany), Vilnius University (Lithuan), ISC Paris (France). During this period, we organized the International Sustainability Pressure Cooker, with support of Unilever Netherlands, and the Business Innovation Week, counting with Up!Rotterdam, Accenture, Unilever, Tesla and other startups and innovators in Rotterdam area. We are glad to share these experiences.
SUPPORTING STUDENT ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Innovative programs and approaches at University of Technology Sydney
Hosted by: Associated Professor Jochen Schweitzer
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