2019 iaelyon International Week: 47 participants from 25 countries

Published on the November 21, 2018 Updated on the December 19, 2018

Management seminars taught in a foreign language, international Research seminars, a Pedagogical Innovation and TEL workshop… iaelyon is running the 13th edition of its International Week and welcomes 47 faculty and practitioners coming from 25 countries. 75 seminars are offered to 2,000 Master’s students and participants in executive education.

From January 7th to January 12th 2019, the international dimension will be enhanced at iaelyon: the School of Management will welcome 47 participants, international representatives from the academic and professional world, to take part in Research seminars along with faculty from iaelyon and to teach 75 management seminars also open to professionals, in a foreign language.

The international Week first organized 13 years ago has grown with new initiatives over the years.


For the 2019 edition, iaelyon offers:

3 RESEARCH SEMINARS: WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9th FROM 2:00PM TO 6:00PM

A scientific event bringing together Visiting Professors participating in the iaelyon International Week, iaelyon Faculty and Ph.D. students around three cross-disciplinary themes “Complexity, Innovation, Networks”; “Management and Societal Responsibility of Organizations”, “International Management”
DETAILED PROGRAM


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED  LEARNING
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9th FROM 3:30PM TO 5:30PM (ROOM 105)

Presentations followed by debates moderated by Elise Lavoué, iaelyon.

  • Dr. Sirajul Islam, Associate Professor, Örebro University School of Business /Informatics
    Flipped-classroom teaching approach: Implementation challenges in a varied socio-technological context (Sweden & Rwanda)
     
  • Dr. Stefano Denicolai, Professor in 'Innovation Management', University of Pavia
    Flipped classrooms: the experience of the 'digital marketing course'
     
  • Dr. Birgit Hagen, Assistant Professor of International Entrepreneurship and Marketing, Department of Economics and Management, University of Pavia
    Experiential learning in marketing and IB - simulation and global virtual collaboration
     
  • Dr. Olli Kuivalainen, Professor of International Business & Management, Lappeenranta University of Technology
    Online simulations – experiences from international business and international marketing courses
     
  • Dr. Carlos Romero, Profesor Tiempo Completo Tecnologico de Monterrey
    Modelo Tec21, the New Academic Model at Tecnologico de Monterrey
     
  • Dr. Vladimir Kolchanov, Director of Executive Programmes at International Management Institute of St. Petersburg
    Impact of Digital Transformation on Delivery of Marketing Course to MBA Students
     
  • Dr. Tatiana Grishchenko, Academic Director of International Business Minor Programme, National Research University Higher School of Economics (HSE)
    Enhancing quality of managerial courses’ syllabuses using interdisciplinary and 'real business’ approach

 


A MEETING OF THE NETWORK “CSR AND SCHOOLS OF MANAGEMENT” WEDNESDAY JANUARY 9th

Sharing experiences and good practices around societal responsibility. The “CSR Network” created in 2016 brings together participants from the International Week coming from member Schools of PRME and UN Global Compact but also other Schools.

THREE SESSIONS IN MORROCCO, CZECH REPUBLIC AND CANADA

In partnership with HEM Business School, the University of Economics (VSE Prague) and HEC Montréal. These sessions are open to iaelyon students.

>Find out more about the sessions at HEM Maroc, University of Economics, Prague and HEC Montréal


75 INTERNATIONAL SEMINARS, 10 THEMES

Designed for Master’s students, executive education participants and professionals the management seminars are taught in English or Spanish by Visiting Professors from foreign Universities and Business Schools. The themes cover all fields of management (marketing, finance, human resources, international management, strategy…) and give the opportunity to discover through very interactive educational methods, an innovative subject related to management. Participants benefit from an international and cross-cultural approach to cross-disciplinary or key management subjects, and a sectorial approach on subjects such as ethics, conflict resolution, projects management, leadership…

Seminars are organized from January 7th to January 9th and from January 10th to January 12th 2019.

>See the full list of seminars offered in 2019
> Testimonies of participants


 

 2019 PARTICIPANTS:

CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
  • Canan MADRAN - Dokuz Eylül University (Turkey)
  • Lorella PIGNET-FALL - iaelyon School of Management (France)
  • Carlos ROMERO USCANGA - Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)
  • Eddy SOUFFRANT - University North Carolina at Charlotte (USA)
  • Tatiana GRISHCHENKO - HSE (Russia)

ENTREPRENEURSHIP
  • Olli KUIVALAINEN - Lappeenranta University of Technology (Finland)
  • Alejandro ZUNIGA FONSECA - Universidad Iberoamericana León (Mexico)

FINANCE
  • Elias BOUKRAMI - Regent's College (United Kingdom)
  • Maria Elisa FARIAS - Universidad Diego Portales (Chile)
  • Radek CAJKA - University of Economics, Prague (Czech Republic)
  • Bozena FRACZEK - University of Economics (Poland)
  • Jorge GUILLEN - Universidad ESAN (Peru)
  • Dolly KING - University of North Carolina at Charlotte (USA)
  • Carlos RODRIGUEZ - Universidad del País Vasco (Spain)
  • Charbel SALLOUM - USEK School of Business, Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (Lebanon)
  • Ludmila STERBOVA - University of Economics, Prague (Czech Republic)

HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
  
  • Paul CLERMONT - Université du Québec à Montréal (Canada)
  • Natalie KOEPPE - Toulouse School of Management (France)
  • Diane-Gabrielle TREMBLAY - TÉLUQ - Université du Québec, Montréal (Canada)
  • Ricardo VARELA - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico) 
  • Matthias WALTHER - Consultant (Belgium)
  • Patricia HARRISON - Liverpool John Moores University  

INFORMATION SYSTEMS
  • Vladlena BENSON - Kingston Business School (United Kingdom)
  • Wei-Lun CHANG - Tamkang University (Taiwan)
  • Ali ELQUAMMAH - HEM Business School (Morocco)
  • Sirajul ISLAM - Örebro University (Sweden)

INTERNATIONAL
  • Annalena FAJEN - Otto-Friedrich University Bamberg (Germany)
  • Helen COLLINS - Liverpool John Moores University (United Kingdom)
  • Myriam MARTINEZ - Universidad de Granada (Spain)
  • Tatiana GRISHCHENKO - HSE (Russia)
  • Vladimir KOLCHANOV - International Management Institute of St Petersburg (Russia) 
  • Anita PELLE - University of Szeged (Hungary)

MANAGEMENT
  • Raul AMIGO - Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina)
  • Beverley HONIG - Monash University (Australia)
  • Stefano DENICOLAI - Università di Pavia (Italy)
  • Renato PEREIRA - ISCTE Business School (Portugal)
  • Diala KABARRA - Università di Pavia (Italy)

MARKETING

  • Charles BODKIN - University of North Carolina Charlotte (USA)
  • Raul AMIGO - Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina)
  • David BUISSON - University of Otago (New Zeland)
  • Silvia DIDIER - iaelyon School of Management (France)
  • Carmela DONATO - Università Luiss Guido Carli Roma (Italy)
  • Jorge FLORES GOMEZ - Universidad Iberoamericana León (Mexico)
  • Thomas GUEDJ / Benoît GAUDRIOT - Consultant (France)
  • Birgit HAGEN - Università di Pavia (Italy)
  • Hicham TASSI - HEM Business School (Morocco)

STRATEGY/OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
  • Luis CASTIELLA - Universidad de San Andrés (Argentina)
  • Stephen KELLY - Edge Hill University (United Kingdom)
  • Carlos ROMERO USCANGA - Tecnológico de Monterrey (Mexico)
  • Diane-Gabrielle TREMBLAY - TÉLUQ - Université du Québec- Montréal (Canada)
  • Alfredo VALENTINO - Università Luiss Guido Carli Roma (Italy)
LEADERSHIP  
  • Ricardo VARELA - Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Mexico)

Contacts :

- Manuel SANCHEZ manuel.sanchez@univ-lyon3.fr
- Dominique LACHKAR dominique.lahckar@univ-lyon3.fr
- Mathilde DESPLANS mathilde.desplans@univ-lyon3.fr