The pandemic in 2020 facilitated rapid transition of universities and companies to the online model. Many universities became entirely digital. Discussions on the benefits of total online are still continuing. Employers are experiencing staff shortage. This stress test for efficient development in the context of platform economy highlighted imbalances in education quality, as well as labour market volatility.
- How to outline the new normal education model under new market conditions?
- What competencies became the most relevant for universities in terms of management staff, faculty and student?
- What challenges and key changes became the most important for the labour market?
- Have relations between universities and employers changed over the Corona-crisis period?
Zhanna Belyaeva, GSEM UrFU Academic Director
- Amber Wigmore Alvarez. Chief Innovation Officer (CIO), Highered EFMD*
- Daniil Sandler, First Vice Rector for Economics and Strategic Development of Ural Federal University*
- Igor Baranov, Acting Rector of Sberbank Corporate University*
- Mark Thomas, Associate Dean & Director of Graduate Programmes (MBA - MIB - MSc), Grenoble Ecole de Management*
- Sergey Kadochnikov, Director of NRU HSE in Saint Petersburg*
- Sergey Myasoedov, Director of Institute of Business Studies, RANEPA, President of Russian Association of Business Education*
- Dmitry Tolmachev, Director, Graduate school of economis and mabagement UrFU, Analytical center "Expert"* PRESENTATION
- Himanshu Rai, Director of IIM Indoor (India)*
- Vincent Mangematin, Dean and Academic Director, KEDGE Business School (France)*
- Hamid Bouchikhi, Dean, SolBridge International School of Business (South Korea)*
- Irina Efremova-Garth
CSR Leader IBM Russia/CIS*
- Natalia Sokolova, Head for Cooperation with Universities,
* Confirmed participation
Format — Online
Language — English (with simultaneous translation into Russian)
Speaker: Maxim Fokeev (NRU HSE, Sheremetyevo International Airport
Format — Online
Language — Russian