Adizes Graduate School Presented in Egypt

On the 9 - 11 of February, 2020, Dean of Adizes Graduate School (USA) and MD of Adizes Lithuania, Senior Adizes Associate Dr. Virginijus Kundrotas spoke at the Business forum in Cairo, Egypt, organized by leading African Business School, American University of Cairo (AUC) School of Business.

The forum included five roundtables where 30 well-known academics, business and industry leaders and policymakers from Egypt, Africa, Middle East and other parts of the world were discussing issues related to management development, executive education, responsible business, and inclusive development.

​During those discussions, Dr. Virginijus Kundrotas shared ideas and recommendations regarding the issues and questions related to change management and team building. He also explained how the Adizes Program For Organizational Transformation gives efficient and effective tools for managing change in a competitive and dynamic environment.

Adizes Graduate School (AGS), operating in Santa Barbara County, California, is an Institution specializing in providing a systematic approach on how to manage change in a rapidly changing environment.

AGS is cooperating with Business Schools and Universities around the world, providing modules of systemic change management in their MBA and Executive MBA programs as well as in their Executive education programs. Those modules with length from 1 to 3 full days and longer are delivered by experienced trainers and educators from various countries and could be delivered in English, Russian, Spanish, Lithuanian, Latvian, Polish, etc.

Students of partner business schools always enjoy the Adizes Methodology and its systemic approach to Organizational therapy, which provides not only different philosophical approaches of change management, but also offers practical tools and techniques on how to transform organizations.

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