TRIUM graduates are uniquely positioned to shape the business world of the future. Innovations such as our Silicon Valley module will continue to be the hallmark of the TRIUM program as we go above and beyond what is expected of the traditional global EMBA. As part of Module 2, TRIUM is pleased to be collaborating with Singularity University (SU); a “global community using exponential technologies to tackle the world’s biggest challenges”. During a day spent with SU, TRIUM students will be exposed to world experts in exponential thinking, exploring topics such as cyber security, robotics and exponential medicine, and providing access to SU’s innovation lab.
We are delighted that a number of TRIUM alums are able to return to the classroom to experience the contribution of the Singularity University and continue their learning at the heart of our community. Class visits will also be taking place throughout our time in California, giving prospective students a real insight into the TRIUM journey. They will be able to hear about the experiences of Class of 2018 so far and tune in to the views of alumni on TRIUM’s return on investment.
Module 2 will also leverage ideas and insights from top TRIUM faculty, entrepreneurs, and investors who fund innovative business models; exploring how business leaders can develop strategies to adapt to major global, societal and transformative megatrends, including disruptive technological change. Among many notable speakers are TRIUM and NYU Professor Sonia Marciano and Mark J Leslie, the managing director of Leslie Ventures and a Lecturer at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Capstone pitch sessions also take place at the beginning of Module 2, where participants are able to share their ideas with their class and form their Capstone groups. Led by Capstone Project Directors, Herve Coyco and Chris Burggraeve, these sessions are where new business ideas will truly take root. TRIUM Alum Gareth Gaston (Class of 2014) will also be on hand to talk about his Capstone experience as well as jointly lead a session on digital transformation with Professor Corey Phelps.
TRIUM continues its 360 degree approach to global business with sessions on Accounting and Finance for Executives, Venture Capital and Leadership and Organizational Agility; constantly striving to equip our executives with the tools to make intelligent business decisions in the fast changing global business environment.
Hear from Professor Saul Estrin (TRIUM, LSE) on What Makes Different Entrepreneurs Thrive?
Read Felipe Padilla’s (Class of 2009) views on TRIUM’s role as a consultative forum for entrepreneurs here
Find out more about the TRIUM Capstone project and how TRIUM can help ‘make it happen’ and bring your business ideas to life.