“Knowledge is increasingly a ‘perishable commodity’, and as a person responsible for a small business that seeks to achieve true and lasting excellence, I constantly felt the need to better serve our customers and help enable our employees to face the challenges of rapid and radical change.
My participation in the 14th Executive MBA AESE was fundamental to the company’s new cycle of sustained growth, which was focused on embedding its strategic position, rather than expanding and compromising.
Through the using of the case method, we develop our ability to think and research individually, before subsequently discussing our ideas and seeking to come up with suitable solutions as a group, as is required today in the most advanced organizations.
As a leader, I now feel that I am better prepared to face the new forms of competition by maintaining a high level of commitment to our customers and employees. Organizations no longer develop by force but by trust.
Today I feel like a better citizen, because the program has given me fundamental values for life, such as ethics and cordiality towards others.
At a time when success was becoming overly important, I also realized the abiding relevance of the human being as one who has a duty to contribute to society.”