Final Project Symposium for Bachelor of Entrepreneurship Students 2017

symposium 1On Wednesday, 19 July 2017, Bachelor of Entrepreneurship conducted a symposium where students presented their final project progress with research topics which related to their business. Wawan Dhewanto, Ph.D, Director of Bachelor of Entrepreneurship, on his opening speech said, he expect the final project support student’s start up development. This symposium was attended by Bachelor of Entrepreneurship students batch 2017 and the final project supervisors : Dr. Dina Dellyana, Donald Lantu Ph.D, Dr. Santi Novani, Prof. Dr. Sudrajati Ratnaningtyas, Asep Darmansyah, MSi, Desy Annisa MORMSc, Evy Rachmawati, MSi, Rendra Chaerudin, MM, Reza Ashari Nasution, Ph.D, Rudy Bekti, MBA, and Shimaditya Nuraeni, MSM. Read more

Energy Projects Need to Consider the Public Acceptance

IMG_4407_edt Professor Peta Ashworth, the Chair of Sustainable Energy Futures at the University of Queensland, Australia, delivered a public lecture about “Achieving Social License to Operate for Energy Projects” at Jakarta Campus (17/7/2017). This lecture is a part of her series of lectures she gave while visiting SBM ITB Jakarta, mainly for teaching at SBM ITB Energy MBA (ENEMBA) Program. In the lecture, Prof. Ashworth stressed the importance of trust and public acceptance to run energy projects.
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Openness is Important for Great Leaders

IMG_3941_ Director (emeritus) of McKinsey Indonesia, Dr. Raoul Oberman, believes that leaders need to open up themselves in order to reveal their leadership potentials. Dr. Oberman noted this during his leadership and people development talk in the TK Low Series of Seminar at Jakarta Campus (10/7/2017). The primary reason for the importance of openness for leaders is because leaders should accept their weaknesses, and in that way, keep improving their capacity. Read more