JOHN WILLIAMS Glion Online Alumnus - Graduated in 2013 Associate Director, Global Campaigns, Thought Leadership & Vertical Propositions at Verizon Enterprise Solutions While earning his…Continue reading...
This autumn, our online MBA students joined the students of the Executive Certificate program for an optional residency program at our beautiful Glion London campus. Executives from HIT Scotland also joined courses for Leadership development opportunities. During the residency, students took up to two of four offered courses (Challenges of Leadership, Managerial Finance and Accounting, Human Resource Management and Financial Strategy and Planning), providing an opportunity for classmates to meet
On Thursday 6th November GLION (Bulle campus) hosted a new event, TRAVITALITY, a 1-day meeting which was dedicated to food and nutrition in “out of home” (OOH) situations. This topic was chosen with the belief that increasing stakeholder engagement is necessary to fight the global epidemic of lifestyle-related conditions. GLION as host for this exciting event wanted to create a neutral platform for dialogue, and brought together experts from the
JOHN WILLIAMS Glion Online Alumnus – Graduated in 2013 Associate Director, Global Campaigns, Thought Leadership & Vertical Propositions at Verizon Enterprise Solutions While earning his MBA with us, John Williams did not fit the profile of the typical Glion Online MBA student: He was not a hospitality executive but a thought leader in the technology industry. John excelled in the program, winning the Glion Dissertation Prize. He has worked in
Kristina Jabornicka began working at the Czech Olympic Committee for the Commission for Foreign Affairs straight after she graduated in 2013 with a BBA in Event, Sport and Entertainment Management from Glion Institute of Higher Education. In this interview, Kristina describes her attraction to the field of event management, the meaningful lessons she learned at Glion, and her newly gained professional insights. Kristina was born in Moscow, but she grew