emlyon business school ampus Casablanca reinvents short training and launched the Learning Camps:
2 days of seminar to develop new skills of the world of tomorrow
What is the emlyon Learning Camp?
The learning camp is a learning experience on a major subject related to the skills that will condition tomorrow's career success. Over the weekend, we design and implement innovative teaching methods by putting action and project at the heart of the training and by having the participants learn and work together.
Stakeholders' main mission is to enable participants to adopt new tools / methods and practices, thereby contributing to the individual's performance in his or her business environment and in periods of transformation.
In this context, the speaker is a coach but he/she is also an expert bringing his/her knowledge and experience wisely and at the right time. This dual posture makes it possible to address both technical issues and human dimensions. This bias reinforces the operational and differentiating nature of pedagogy.
How is the Learning Camp going?
The 2 days are built around teaching sequences alternating contributions of concepts and methods, opening to new horizons, sharing experiences, case studies, testimonials of leaders, Serious Play ... On Saturday night, campers work independently and in groups on a project maker to project the achievements of the first day in concrete professional situations.
Why a Learning Camp?
emlyon business school campus Casablanca aims to reinvent training methods so that it is more in line with the expectations of a new world and make it accessible to all in a continent where funding for continuing vocational training remains very limited.
By implementing a new format adapted to larger groups of learners and by mobilizing different and more educational means, we will continue to ensure an educational quality that meets our international standards while lowering the costs of training. training for individuals, thus allowing them to project themselves into the professional worlds of tomorrow.
5 400 DH per participant for 2 days
Our next learning camps
+ Understanding the new challenges of management
+ Implement a participative management
+ Manage new generations
+ Integrate digital tools into managerial practices
Holding a PhD in entrepreneur’s management and psychology from emlyon's, Narjiss Lassas has taught and conducted research in various management schools in France, Switzerland and Morocco. She is the author of several scientific papers and case studies.
She is an entrepreneur, currently managing two structures in Geneva and Casablanca, she carries out coaching, consulting and training activities in companies. Certified in several tooling approaches that combine neuroscience, coaching and communication, she is passionate about learning and development and has a dual Europe/Africa culture and speaks Arabic, French and English.
+ Understand the great global upheavals and areas of uncertainty
+ Perceive the impact of the digital revolution on the economy and society
+ Identify tomorrow's business challenges and new business models
+ Develop your managerial impact in complexity and diversity
Matthieu has more than 30 years of experience in Africa as well as in other emerging countries. He spent 13 years at “Lazard Frères” in Paris where he renegotiated 170 billion US dollars of sovereign debt (Russia, Poland, Cameroon, Nigeria, Venezuela ...), restructured industrial companies, worked as a consultant in mergers and acquisitions and project financing. Subsequently, he joined the Swipco group (management and technology services for the public and health sector) as deputy general manager and group financial director, in charge of the management of the holding company, acquisitions and investment. He founded Swensee in 2005 and launched an innovative platform to help companies in their international development.
Matthieu holds a DEA in Economics from the University of Paris Dauphine.
+ Understand and analyze the consequences of the digital revolution on the market
+ Complement your digital culture: Artificial Intelligence, Big Data, block chain, connected objects, web technologies ...
+ Apprehend new models of creation and value distribution
+ Be able to define the future of your profession rather than to undergo it
Imène Brigui-Chtioui holds a PhD in Computer Science from Paris-Dauphine University. Her research focuses on multi criterion decision support and multi-agent systems. She is interested in the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques in learning preferences for automating decision making and conflict management.
The main application areas of her research are e-commerce, Knowledge Management and Digital Learning. She is also a member of the French Association for Artificial Intelligence.