The Alumni Key Executive MBA’s annual meeting was held at Lviv Business School of UCU on October 10.
Alumni KEMBA’s meetings traditionally take place on the second Saturday of October every year. For KEMBA alumni it’s a great opportunity to hang out with friends and meet new participants of the program.
The event began with a tour of the construction site of the new Church of Holy Wisdom and future Andrey Sheptytsky Library at the Ukrainian Catholic University. Rev. Bohdan Prakh, Rector of UCU, joined the alumni for the tour.
The tour was followed by a meeting with Yevhen Hlibovytsky, a communications expert and managing partner of pro.mova (consulting company). The topic of the meeting was “Looking for Keys to Understand Ukraine – Lviv and Ukraine in the European and Global Contexts”. Yevhen Hlibovytsky, among other things, talked about Ukraine’s uniqueness in today’s Europe:
• Resilience as a result of the country’s traumatic experience in the 20th century
• Inclusiveness of identity, politics, and relations
• Synergy of liberal and conservative passionarity
• Willingness to look for new institutional forms
Iryna Dmytrenko, practicing financial expert, Key Executive MBA alumnus
LvBS Alumni meetings are about great memories of the excitement about learning something new. Every time we meet, not only do we expect to receive a new vision for corporate management, but also gain insight into attitudes of the like-minded towards the social and political situation in the country. During such meetings you can also check whether you are moving with the times, as well as receive new knowledge about the latest trends and technologies that you can use in your business.
In my opinion, the Alumni Community should play a key role in building the capacity of individual businesses and chief executives to ensure our country’s progressive development. Alumni LvBS is not just a community of alumni. It’s a community of top managers and business owners who contribute their views and hard work to shaping and scaling up transparent and effective processes in all sectors of economy, business, and politics.
Thank you all for your participation! Hope to see you soon.