Agenda

January 9th - ESCP Europe, Heubnerweg 8-10

Personal Reflection Day

10:00  Welcome & Registration – please be on time!

11:00  Morning Intro – all together, with Andreas Kaplan

11:30  Key Note Impulse: Christoph Lütke Schelhowe, VP Product Analytics Zalando

12:30  Lunch Time (you can buy some food on campus)

14:00  Afternoon: Work on your profile in two groups (lecture & single work)

  Several exercises, that will you to put down your skills and sharpen your CV

16:00  Coffee break

16:30  Preparation for the Conference “Careers driven by Sustainable Values” on Jan. 10th/11th

17:30  Wrap up & closing words

 

January 10th 14-19h at Allianz Forum, Pariser Platz 6

SDG Conference Day 1: Introduction - Understanding the SDGs

The aim of the 1,5 day conference is to introduce the SDGs and the Agenda 2030 as a framework for managers and entrepreneurs to transform existing business models and to come up with future-oriented business opportunities.  Students experience the dimensions of the SDGs, reflect together with professionals for the different sectors, and come up with ideas to empower a precise goal in an existing business.

13:15  Group picture in front of Brandenburg Gate

13:30  Registration 

14:00  Welcome - Prof. Dr. Andreas Kaplan, Rector ESCP Europe Berlin

  Keynote - Agenda 2030: Key challenges of implementation of the SDGs– Dr. Ingolf Dietrich,   Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation & Development

14:20  The global challenges we face – Keynote Prof. Dr. Kai Niebert, President DNR

14:35   Why should universities & students engage in the SDGs?

  Panel discussion: Prof. Dr. Andreas Kaplan, Dr. Ingolf Dietrich, Prof. Dr. Kai Niebert

15:00  Business models with impact: pitching Sessions with Kiron, Mobisol, UNEP, SirPlus & LemonAid

16:00   Interactive Break

16:45  How can business contribute to deliver a sustainable world
  Impuls: Hubertus Drinkuth- Managing Director Systain Consulting

17:00   How to scale and accelerate systematic change with the SDGs  
  Panel discussion: Dr. Florian Lüdeke-Freund, ESCP Europe -  Dr. Philipp Steinberg, BMWi - Caroline   Masabo, GIZ - Hubertus Drinkuth, Systain Consulting

17:45  Invitation to change – Johannes Heidenrich, Plant for the Planet

18:00  Get-together

Moderation: Andrea Thilo

 

January 11th  09 -18h at ESCP Europe Berlin, Heubnerweg 8-10

SDG Conference Day 2: Deep Dive – Group work on a specific goal

09:00  Registration & Finding your SDG Group

09:30  Introduction Workshop  - Understanding the Goal

11:00   Ideation-Lab I

12:30  Lunch by Restlos Glücklich

14:00  Ideation-Lab II

  flexible Coffee Break

16:00   Students: Preparing the Pitch & Movie Production

  Experts: Networking-Lounge

17:00   Goal Gallery – Sharing the Workshop Results SDG 1-17

18:00  SDG Cinema

18:30  Get-Together & Networking Reception

 

Further details about the two-days conference on "Careers driven by sustainable values" you can also find here

The conference will be supported by numerous organisations, institutions and companies, who send experts and coaches to discuss with ESCP Europe students. They all help to make this event one of the biggest in Europe that deals with sustainable careers.

How can business, civil society and public institutions work together? What impact can each of us make? On Thursday, 11th January 2018 we will welcome more than 40 experts on campus, who will share their expertise together with students to find potential solutions for these questions. Based on design thinking methods, the workshop participants will craft an idea how their UN Sustainable Development Goal can be reached. The workshops will be moderated by our fabulous student team. Please find below the confirmed experts for each of the goal workshops.

January 12th  - ESCP Europe Berlin, Heubnerweg 8-10

Career Training Day

9:30     Welcome & Registration

10:00   Intro Session – all together

10:30   Workshop I

13:00 Lunch break

14:30 Workshop II

16:30 Closing (ball room)

17:00 Get-together @ Dr. Faust

The workshops take place in cooperation with:

Click here for workshop descriptions

Application Training

The Workshop is based on the three big topics regarding the application process:

The first part of the training focuses on self-marketing and how to define the personal goal of the application.

As second part the participants learn how to setup their own cover letter and CV (please bring your own CV with you!) considering a recruiter’s point of view. After this theoretical section, they practice screening of applications in small groups.

The third part of the workshop is the training of the job interview including self-introduction, typical (stress causing/knowledge testing) questions and its general structure.
Altogether applicants should be encouraged to reflect on themselves and the CV with regard to a company's point of view.

 

Gain insights into the working methods of the world's leading strategy consultancy and learn to approach interviews with competence and self-confidence - through an exclusive interview training with BCG

 

Design Thinking (All-Day)

You want to find out how and why creative practices are applied to Consulting? Then apply for our Design Thinking Workshop! Get involved with our real-life case and playfully learn in a relaxed setting from our consultants how Design Thinking works at one of the largest consulting firms in the world.

Fast Forward scenario planning (Half-Day)

Fast forward is a tool for rapid-fire scenario creation. As with most scenario work, it is particularly useful for generating and framing conversations in situations of high uncertainty and complexity. While not a full-blown scenario development process, fast forward was designed to specifically enable groups to arrive at meaningful scenario sketches with a minimal time investment.

 

Currently around 1 trillion USD are planned globally in airport capacity expansion projects. Still industry and political representatives repeatedly emphasize that there is an upcoming infrastructure crisis due to lack of airport handling capacity in many countries. Therefore, investments in global airport expansion and construction remain strong.

With increasing numbers of passengers and aircraft movements in the worldwide air traffic, airport constructions are required to commence and finish at a fast pace. Due to the large scale and high complexity, airport construction projects are exposed to a large number of risks that may affect schedule, cost and scope but can also affect operations, safety and security. These various internal and external project risk factors may occur in or across the various construction stages.

In the M2P Consulting workshop, you will learn how to conduct a structured approach to construction project risk assessment, methodically as well as conceptually. You will learn which different risks to consider and how to categorize, evaluate and manage these based on deep industrial and functional insights. You will be guided by an knowledgeable Manager with several years of international top level consulting experience. To give you the real feel, the workshop is based on an actual project.

Contact

You and your organisation want to get involved in the conference? Then get in touch with us!

Jan Ehlers // jehlers@escpeurope.eu // +49 30 32007-149

Michaela Wieandt // mwieandt@escpeurope.eu // +49 30 32007-166