International Guest Lecturer Week 2019

13.11.2019.

From November 25 till November 29, 2019, BA School of Business and Finance organize its 11th International Guest Lecturer Week.

This year BA School of Business and Finance will welcome 30 guest lecturers from The Netherlands, Germany, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Portugal, Greece, Denmark, Georgia, Austria, India and Belgium.

For 1st year students there will be a special guest lecturers’ presentation organized to give an insight on Erasmus+ exchange study opportunities in representing partner universities, November 26, 10.10 – 11.40.

International Guest Lecturer Week is a great opportunity to provide an excellent international learning environment and promote networking opportunities.

For students, it is a great chance to acquire professional knowledge and actual information on business and finance processes.

For academic staff, it is a possibility to exchange experience and learn more about the latest approaches and teaching methodology in professional areas, as well as to discuss new cooperation opportunities.

International Guest Lecturer Week 2019 schedule:

Monday 25th November
  • 14.00- 17.10 Human Resource Management Joost Adriaanse (The Netherlands), room 102
  • 14.00- 17.10 Organizational Behavior Groups and Teams in Organizations. Edgar Weiss (Austria), room 102
  • 15.00 – 16.45 Opening ceremony. Part I Who are Latvians? “The Story of Baltic Way”, Conference hall
  • 18.00-21.10 Project Management in Large Company Environments. Carl Wolff (The Netherlands), Conference hall

 

Tuesday 26th November
  • 8.30-10.00 Changing Englishes. Alice Gruber (Germany), Room 102
  • 10.10.- 13.20 Quantum leadership in changing environments. Dirck Bankers (The Netherlands), Conference hall
  • 12.20 – 15.30 Corporate Finance, Introduction to Finance. Simona Mihai (Cyprus), room 102
  • 12.20 – 15.30 Leadership in a nutshell – the four main fields. Ben Dippe (Germany), Conference hall
  • 12.20 – 15.30 Workshop on Joomla and Its Extensions for Financial Purposes. Radim Dolák (Czech Republic), Skanstes Street 43, room 203
  • 14.00 -17.10 How Do Lawyers Think? Niels Willemsen (The Netherlands), room 205
  • 15.00 – 21.10 Tourism & Hotel Management Luís Lima Santos (Portugal), room 204
  • 18.00 -21.10 Why Finance Matters? Dimitrios Maditinos (Greece), room 501
  • 18.00- 21.10 Interculture and intercultural competence. Ben Dippe (Germany), room 204
  • 18.00- 21.10 Financing closed-end investment funds with crowd-investing. Tim Colberg (Germany), Conference hall

 

Wednesday 27th November
  • 10.10 – 13.20 Strategic Management in the VUCA world. Bert Forschelen (Germany), Skanstes Street 43, room 303
  • 10.10 – 13.20 Product life cycle strategies for extending growth stage. Brahm Swaroop Sharma (India), Conference hall
  • 10.10 – 13.20 Business Ethics. Theo Koning (The Netherlands), room 204
  • 11.50 -13.20 Business Administration, Financial Analysis. Tomáš Krulický (Czech Republic), room 102
  • 14.00- 15.30 Changing Englishes. Alice Gruber (Germany), room 204
  • 14.00-15.30 Business Administration, Financial Analysis. Tomáš Krulický (Czech Republic), Conference hall
  • 14.00 – 17.10 Communication and Cultural Understanding. Lone Lindstrøm Stephansen (Denmark), room 205
  • 14.00- 15.30 Business administration, Organizational structures, Change management. Ilona Zwanenburg (The Netherlands), room 204
  • 18.00-21.10 Main Challenges of Open Economy – Georgian Experience Archil Gersamia (Georgia), Skanstes Street 43, room 203

 

Thursday 28th November
  • 8.30- 11.40 The VAT Package: Liability and Place of Supply of Services. Rudi Vandenwal (Belgium), room 205
  • 8.30- 11.40 Financial Instruments and their Potential to Cause a New Financial Crisis. Carl Heinz Daube (Germany), Conference hall
  • 8.30- 11.40 Intercultural Communication. Martina Zschocke (Germany), room 102
  • 10.10- 13.20 The New Role of the Customer in the Digital Age. Sebastian Zips (Germany), room 501
  • 10.10- 13.20 Cross-Cultural Communication in Global Supply Chains. Dominic Welsh (Austria), room 505
  • 12.20-13.50 Business administration, Organizational structures, Change management. Ilona Zwanenburg (The Netherlands), Conference hall
  • 12.20 – 15.30 Doing Business with Africa- An Emerging Market. Paul Nchu Ngang (Belgium), room 102
  • 18.00 – 21.10 Innovation: types of Innovation, Business Model Innovation, Innovation DNA Karine Appeltans (Belgium), room 205