To be inspired by the future projects, to share important news and achievements – these are the reasons why a large community of master’s programs graduates of the Lviv Business School of UCU #LvBS meets every autumn. The Center for Leadership of UCU will once again become a co-organizer of #AlumniLeadershipDay in #LvBS.

On November 30th, within the #AlumniLeadershipDay, we will talk about leadership in the public and private sectors on the example of «NJSC Naftogaz of Ukraine: a model of effective management» case, which will be included in the forthcoming collection «Book of Reforms: Collection of Study Cases», on which The Center for Leadership of UCU has been working. Working on the one of the most famous Ukrainian state-owned enterprises history of reforms case will help not only to understand the processes, which take place in our country, but also to liken with their own business, to see how to solve the enormous challenges and implement changes at times of multiple headwinds.

Our graduates will have a unique chance not only to work with the case, but also to communicate in-person with the author, Dmitro Vlasov and with one of the central figures of the case – Yurii Vitrenko.

The event will take place in the family edition format, so we invite the participants to join it with their children.

Family edition provides and encourages the participation of your children:

  • 10 to 14 year-olds – watching a film about leadership and working with the case of the film, interactive sessions on trust and leadership,
  • 2 to 9 year-olds – the program prepared by the «Children’s space «Ptashenyatko».

This year we are also presenting the award #AlumniAwardsLvBS in the following nominations:

– The Business Breakthrough 2019 (a bright breakthrough in business or the development of the industry as a whole).

– The Supporter 2019 (contribution to the UCU/ LvBS development: financial support, scholarships, University and School projects development).

– The Inspirator 2019 (impact on society, community and social responsibility development).

Apply for the LvBS Alumni Awards 2019 nomination (up to and including November 20th ) here.

Schedule:

10:00 – 10:30 Welcome coffee and registration of participants (Sheptytsky Center hall).

10:30 – 11:00 Welcome speech by the Dean-Founder of LvBS Sofia Opatska (Park Auditorium).

11:00 – 11:10 the first presentation «The Book of Reforms: A Collection of Study Cases» by Andriy Rozhdestvenskii, Executive Director of the Center for Leadership of UCU.

11:10 – 12:00 Presentation of the case from the «Book of Reforms: a collection of Study Cases». Speakers: Andriy Rozhdestvensky, Dmytro Vlasov – the author of the cases, Yuriy Vitrenko – one of the case central figures.

12:00 – 12:30 Coffee break.

12:30 – 13:30 Work in groups on the case, presentation of developments. Conclusions.

13:30 – 14:30 Lunch (stand-up meal).

14:30 – 14:45 Opening of the Alumni Awards meeting – Yaryna Boychuk, CEO of LvBS.

14:45 – 15:45 Panel discussion with entrepreneurs / graduates.

«Sustainable Development Goals as a factor of successful business» and the new training course first lecture presentation.

15:45 – 16:00 Community plans for 2020.

16:00 – 16:15 LvBS Alumni Awards distribution.

16:15 networking with a glass of wine, stand-up meal.

Alumni Leadership Day starts at 10:00

Location: Park Auditorium at Sheptytsky Center (Lviv, Striyska Street, 29).

The event will be co-organized with the Center for Leadership of UCU

We kindly ask you to register in order to participate in the annual LvBS Alumni Meeting!

This event will be held in a format of private meeting, exclusively for the School Master’s programs graduates with their families. Adult’s fee (early bird registration)- 600 UAH up to and including November 17th , after November 17th -800 UAH, Child’ fee-250 UAH (the price for children includes a full lunch, 2 snacks and classes with animators / coaches).

Contact person: Tetyana Novolodska, tnovolodska@lvbs.com.ua, +38 (063) 861 93 92.

#LvBSAlumni

References:

Dmytro Vlasov – Candidate of Economic Sciences, Vice-President of TASK Investment Group; received an MBA from London Business School, a member of the board of the Professional Government Association of Ukraine.

Yuriy Vitrenko – Ukrainian economist and finance expert; Executive Director of Naftogaz of Ukraine; the Supervisory Board Chairman of PJSC Ukrnafta; member of the Supervisory Board of the State Concern Ukroboronprom. He received an MBA from INSEAD Business School (France, Singapore). Formerly a senior consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers.

«The “Sustainable Development Goals» (SDGs, also known as the Global Goals) are key areas for development of the countries approved at the UN Summit on Sustainable Development. The SDGs have 17 Global Goals, which meet 169 tasks. The SDGs came into force in January 2016 and will form the basis of UNDP policy and funding for the next 15 years.