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Visit to BI Norwegian School of Management February 19, 2010

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Almost from one plane to another, I’ve moved from mild Spanish sun (with a short pit-stop in Ljubljana) to sharp Norwegian winter. Nonethless, I’ve enjoyed warm hospitality and amazing facilities of my hosts at BI Norwegian school of management in Oslo. This time I was invited as a Chair of quality committee at Faculty of Economics @ University of Ljubljana, Slovenia to share our experience in the field of quality assurance.

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Time management workshop November 29, 2007

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Time is ticking awayI guess I don’t have to specially emphasize that time is practically the only limited resource we have. How to overcome excessive workload with study and work obligations? How to prioritize? How to manage our time? In cooperation with Center for student and career services I’m holding a workshop for students of Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana  where I’ll present some principles and tools for time management such as time spending analysis, work scheduling, important/urgent matrix, prioritizing, ‘time jar’, critical success factors etc. More informationTime is ticking away…Time is ticking away…

AACSB assessment seminar November 9, 2007

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My school, Faculty of Economics, University of Ljubljana is working hard to meet highest international quality standards for business schools. Last year we got accredited by European Foundation for Management Development and got EQUIS accreditation for period 2006-2008 which is a big success.In addition to that, we are working towards AACSBaccreditation. In this endeavour, I’m involved as project manager for learning goals assessment. Some people call this role ‘a professional nag’, others ‘a cheerleader’ :-). Nevertheless, it is a challenging task for which I’m attending The assessment seminar in Los Angeles, California. I don’t think I’ve ever represented the whole continent of Europe in single person. I am now!

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