Intensive programme of applied management classes
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Intensive programme of applied management classes

Strategy live case-study tour and review of operations at Lufthansa Technic Malta facilities – directed by  John Borg Costanzi, head of production.

Strategy live case-study tour and review of operations at Lufthansa Technic Malta facilities – directed by  John Borg Costanzi, head of production.

The Department of Management and the Faculty of Economics, Management and Accountancy, University of Malta have recently run and concluded the October/November 2018 edition of the German HNU University’s MBA International Extension Programme.

This intensive two-week programme of applied management master classes, seminars and industry visits is run by the Department bi-annually and rides on the back of a long-standing alliance and ongoing collaboration between the University of Malta’s Department of Management and HNU’s Department of Business and Economics. The programme includes specialist contributors from various FEMA departments, as well as practising professionals.

Over the two weeks, the German MBA participants were engaged on an extended strategy live case study under the direction of Dr Nathaniel Massa.

This practice-based business project entailed meetings, analysis and direct interaction with the top-management team of a collaborating case organisation – addressing their challenges and dynamic realities, finally presenting a strategic review, findings and recommendations to the company’s board and management. This exercise also included participants ‘embedded’ within the organisation over a period of days.

Lufthansa Technik Malta CEO Marcus Motschenbaher kicking off the strategy live case top-management meeting sessions at LTM, Luqa.Lufthansa Technik Malta CEO Marcus Motschenbaher kicking off the strategy live case top-management meeting sessions at LTM, Luqa.

For this edition, Lufthansa Technik Malta Ltd, a leading aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul provider, was the enterprise partner for the strategy live case study.  A key strategic player in the global Lufthansa Technik AG network and long established on the Island, Lufthansa Technik Malta is recognised as an innovative regional centre of excellence.   Building on ongoing success, it is currently eying strategic growth and expanding operations.  The Department of Management thanked Lufthansa Technik Malta’s CEO and management team for their active engagement in this strategy exercise geared towards creating mutual value and opportunities for critical insight and learning.

Other scheduled local industry visits included Methode Electronics and Trelleborg. The profile of this edition’s international cohort of HNU MBA participants from Germany included executives employed at international blue chip companies such as Bosch, Liebherr-Aerospace, IVECO, Sparkasse, MAN, Teva and Heidelberg, as well as other German SME champions of industry – engaged in sectors spanning automotive, precision engineering, biotech, banking, electronics, legal, pharma, public service and consulting.

In concluding this edition of the programme, the formal award dinner and certificate presentation were held at Capua Palace, Sliema.  

Analysis and deliberation on campus, following meetings with LTM top management. Nathaniel Massa and Jean Sacchet are seen engaged with HNU participants.Analysis and deliberation on campus, following meetings with LTM top management. Nathaniel Massa and Jean Sacchet are seen engaged with HNU participants.

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