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The University of Navarra and Fom Talent launch the first Executive Program in Connected Industry

With this 130-hour program, managers will be able to acquire a real knowledge of the main requirements of the fourth industrial revolution.

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The program will be held at Campus in Madrid PHOTO: Communication Service
11/12/19 18:11 Communication Service

The University of Navarra and Fom Talent are presenting their first joint training programme, the Executive Programme in Connected IndustryThe programme, aimed at the heads of business organisations, will begin in February 2020 in Madrid.

Tecnunthe School of Engineering of the University of Navarra, and Fom Talent, the training division of FOM, have signed a collaboration agreement agreement to develop joint training activities in the field of emerging technologies, design products and new business models. The first result of this association is the launch of the Connected Industry Management Program, whose first edition will be taught at Campus of the University of Navarra in Madrid.

Today, one of the biggest challenges for business leaders is how to address, and successfully execute, the digital transformation of their industrial organisations.

With this 130-hour program, managers will be able to acquire a real knowledge of the main requirements of the fourth industrial revolution, so that decision making is the most optimal and accurate as possible, in line with the technological advances we are experiencing and the speed of its implementation. A training plan that also stresses the need to develop the staff Brand as the foundation of leadership in the new digital society.

The presentation of this first Connected Industry Management Program will take place next Tuesday, December 17, at the University of Navarra's Campus in Madrid. It will consist of a working breakfast, with a very attractive program with the participation of leading professionals from the industrial and academic fields. Mr. Ángel J. Gómez Montoro, director of the Campus of Madrid of the University of Navarra, will be in charge of the welcome.

The attendance to this event requires previous registration at the following link: Breakfast 4.0

The director of development of Tecnun-University of Navarra, Iñigo Gutiérrez , who will act as director academic of this Program, emphasizes that: "one of the reasons that has led us to promote this training is the commitment of the University of Navarra with Lifelong Learning. With this Focused Program we want to help these professionals to complement their training to embark their organizations in digitization".

For his part, Pablo Oliete, co-founder of FOM and director of the Program, expressed his satisfaction with this agreement: "For FOM it is an honor and a privilege to be able to collaborate with the University of Navarra, which, besides being one of the most prestigious universities in the world, has trained many of the most renowned entrepreneurs and managers in Spanish industry, with whom we are fortunate to collaborate from our organization. challenge In addition, for FOM it has been quite a challenge to adapt our Master's Degree to a 130-hour executive program, but we believe that result has been worth it. We couldn't be more satisfied."

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