SYMPOSIUM

EOCCS Learning Community Symposium

EOCCS Symposium Milan

Theme
Sharing Best Practices in Online Learning

EFMD Global Network in cooperation with Politecnico di Milano School of Management is organizing the very first EOCCS Learning Community Symposium, which will be held on 19th September 2017 at Politecnico di Milano School of Management, Italy.

Besides offering an international benchmark and a peer review, EOCCS aims to establish a learning community amongst its Institutions with certified courses and interested EFMD members.

The symposium will represent a meeting place where the best practices in online learning from EOCCS certified course teams and management will be shared. Furthermore, we will focus on particular topics and challenges in online learning delivery formats.

Programme

Tuesday 19th September

08:30

Coffee and registration

09:00

Welcome

  • Rebecca Taylor, Chair of EOCCS Certification Board
  • Andrea Sianesi, Dean MIP Graduate School of Business, Italy
  • Federico Frattini, Director MBA and EMBA Programmes, Politecnico di Milano School of Management, Italy

09:15

Presentation 1:
“Changes in the way we learn in management education”

  • Federico Frattini, School of Management Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Susanna Sancassani, METID, Italy

What are the key trends in management education and learning? What do they mean for Institutions active in online learning and which impacts have these trends on the role of Faculty Professors? A discussion around know-where, connectivism, peer-to-peer learning and personalization in management education
“Gain new insights into the research of online learning and didactics!”

10:00

Presentation 2:
“Learning in the Corporate World”

  • Ivan Mazzoleni, Business Digital Transformation Lead & Digital Transformation Advisors Team Leader, Microsoft Italy
  • Lucio Tubaro, Vice President Human Resources Bticino, Italy

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about how does learning in the corporate world look like and what are the types of learning in such environment. We will discuss the drivers of using online learning in a corporate world and how it differs to higher education.
“Find out more about learning in the corporate world!”

10:45

Coffee break

11:15

Panel I:
“Online Learning in Higher Education: Strategies and Innovation”

  • Moderator: Martín Rodríguez, Director of IE Publishing, IE Business School, Spain
  • Lisa Day, Director of Studies, Online MBA, University of Liverpool Management School, UK
  • Armelle Godener, Head of Pedagogy, Grenoble EM, France
  • Karine Le Joly, Director of Academic Coordination and Innovation, Executive Education, HEC Paris, France

Students:

  • Alumni

Each speaker from a HE institution will present his/her approach to the major strategies and obstacles of online learning, ensuring of faculty management and innovation of competences along with experiences how to measure success.
The former course participants will share their course experiences.
“Learn more about strategic considerations on top management level!”

12:15

Lunch

13:15

Panel II:
“Keeping Learner Engagement”

  • Moderator: Andrea Trianni, School of Management Politecnico di Milano, Italy
  • Alex Boucher, Qualifications Programme Manager, Ashridge Executive Education at Hult International Business School, UK
  • Laura Grasso, Head of Learning Vodafone, Italy
  • Francesco Mangiaracina, FADPRO, Italy

How can we keep the learners engaged? How can we work together to achieve a deeper learner engagement and to what extent does gamification help? During the Panel II you may learn more about strategies for peer assessment and use of analytics in adaptive learning.
“Learn more about keeping learners engaged!”

14:15

Workshop & Coffee:
“Reflecting on the day’s topics: Best Practices”

  • Moderator: Ginny Gibson, Henley Business School, UK

During the workshop, participants will have the opportunity to share their experiences by working in small groups, using flipcharts or virtual tools.
“Engage with others about best practices in online learning!”

16:15

Closing Remarks

  • Anne Berit Swanberg, EOCCS Director, EFMD GN
  • Federico Frattini, Director MBA and EMBA Programmes, Politecnico di Milano School of Management, Italy

16:30

End

Practical Information

  1. Venue
  2. Fees and Registration
  3. Transportation
  4. Accommodation
  5. Contact
  6. Tourism
 
1. Venue

Politecnico di Milano School of Management
Via Lambruschini 4C – Building 26/A
20156 Milano - Italy

 
2. Fees and RegistrationTop

No registration fee will be applied for the event. Coffee breaks and lunch will be kindly provided by our host, Politecnico di Milano. Participants cover travel and accommodation expenses.

Due to limited capacity, we highly recommend you to register your participation as soon as possible. To register for the EOCCS Learning Community Symposium CLICK HERE.
Please note that the list of participants is printed 7 working days before the event, on 8 September 2017. If you register after this date, regrettably your contact details will not be included in the list.

 
3. TransportationTop

Milan Linate Airport is approximately a 30–45 minutes drive away from Politecnico di Milano SOM campus. Malpensa Airport is a little more far away, it takes approx. 40-50 minutes drive to get to the venue. Local traffic must be taken into account.

Closest Train Station: Milano Villapizzone Railway Station

How to get to Milano Villapizzone Railway Station from the airport:

Milan Linate Airport

  • Bus 73 to Forlanini, after train S6 from Milano Forlanini Railway Station to Milano Villapizzone
  • Or Bus 73 to Forlanini and train S5 from Milano Forlanini Railway Station to Milano Villapizzone
  • Going by TAXI:
    • Taxi Blu - approx. 50EUR
    • With UBER - 65-86EUR
    • With Mytaxi - 39-52EUR

Malpensa Airport

  • Train XP2 or XP1 from Malpensa Aeroporto T1 to Milano Bovisa
  • Going by TAXI:
    • Taxi Blu - approx. 95EUR
    • With UBER - 98-130EUR
    • With Mytaxi - 62-82EUR
 
4. AccommodationTop

Participants cover travel and accommodation expenses.

Recommended hotels are:
 
5. ContactTop

For more information please contact Sophie Zuchowicz.

 
6. TourismTop

Thinking of a trip or a sightseeing in the area before or after the EOCCS Learning Community Symposium?
http://www.turismo.milano.it/wps/portal/tur/en

Hosted By
Politecnico di Milano School of Management

Date:
September 19, 2017 from 08:30 to 16:30

Location
Via Raffaele Lambruschini, 4, 20156 Milano, Italy Via Raffaele Lambruschini, 4, 20156 Milano, Italy