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Information session on Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education’s Steering Complex Projects
This is a 60-minute webinar to learn more about the upcoming Steering Complex Projects (Online) programme, followed by a Q&A session with Cambridge Judge Business School Executive Education.
En este webinar de 60 minutos recibirás información acerca del programa Dirección de Proyectos Complejos, de Cambridge Judge Business School.

* Habrá traducción simultánea en español, para elección de quienes así lo prefieran, y sesión de preguntas y respuestas.
Neste webinar de 60 minutos você receberá informações sobre o programa Direcionando Projetos Complexos da Cambridge Judge Business School.

* Haverá tradução simultânea em português, à escolha de quem preferir, e sessão de perguntas e respostas.


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Christoph H. Loch
Director of Cambridge Judge Business School, Professor of Management Studies @Cambridge Judge Business School
Dipl.-Wirtsch.-Ing. (Darmstadt Institute of Technology), MBA (University of Tennessee, Knoxville), PhD (Stanford Graduate School of Business) Before coming to CJBS in 2011, Professor Loch was Chaired Professor of Technology and Operations Management at INSEAD, where he also served as Dean of the PhD programme and as the director of the INSEAD Israel Research Center. He served as department editor and Associate Editor of Management Science, Manufacturing & Service Operations Management and Production and Operations Management, and as chair of the Behavioral Operations section of INFORMS. His research focuses on the management of innovation processes, and project management more broadly; including innovation strategy; projects under high uncertainty; the emotional aspect to the motivation of professional project workers, and project supervision and governance. In 2012, Professor Loch was identified in a benchmarking study as one of the top 10 innovation researchers worldwide.