Sept 27 Visit Peugeot Citroen in Sochaux

 

Dear Alumni,

You are invited to tour Europe’s most modern and largest auto manufacturing site in France.

Visit to PSA Peugeot-Citroën, September 27, Sochaux

Enter the amazing world of automobile manufacturing and learn about two centuries of the “Lion brand”. The event, which is organized by IMD Alumni Club, begins with a bus ride to Sochaux to tour “Musée de l’Aventure Peugeot”. It is followed by a networking lunch and then transfer for a tour of the PSA Peugeot-Citroën Sorchaux factory where 1800 autos roll off the assembly lines each day. The guided tour is led by experienced people that have worked at the factory. The bus will take you back to Geneva at the end of the day.

Key Facts

When: Tuesday September 27, 2016 06:00 to 20:30

Price: CHF 100 INSEAD Alumni (NAA members and non-members)

 

Registration

Indicate your participation in an email to geneva@alumni.imd.ch Please make payment to account below. Registration and payment deadline: September 12, 2016.

Bank details

IMD Geneva Alumni Association 1208 Geneva

UBS Geneva Account 240-334464.40Q

IBAN CH22 0024 0240 3344 6440 Q

PTT conto code 80-2-2

Clearing 240 SWIFT: UBSWCHZH80A

Program

06:00 Departure from Geneva (meeting point to be defined)

10:00 Audio-guided visit of the “Musée de l’Aventure PEUGEOT”

12:00 Lunch on the site

13:45 – 16:15 Guided tour of the production site (English and French)

20:30 Arrival in Geneva

INSEAD Alumni Association Switzerland

Ludovic Choppin, MBA 12D, Geneva Chapter President

insead@bluewin.ch

Sept 20 Basel Agenda 2016: Mapping Healthcare Transformations and Disruptive Strategies

Register now for an exciting healthcare conference on the occasion of the Life Science Week 2016 in Basel.

Basel Agenda 2016: Mapping Healthcare Transformations and Disruptive Strategies. September 20, 2016, Basel
ConCep+ and the INSEAD Alumni Association Switzerland Healthcare Club are hosting the second international Basel Agenda, inviting members of the biopharma, medtech, healthcare and technology industries to present ideas and exchange experience in improving healthcare outcomes. The discussion includes prevention and post-intervention care. It is a one-day event, featuring two stimulating sessions, moderated by industry experts to reveal deep insights into transforming life science business models and value chains. We invite you to sign up now.

Program
Session I
Today’s Winners: what can we learn from innovative healthcare value chain models

09:15 Welcome  – Beatus Hofrichter, Conceplus
09:20 Today’s Winners – A very brief outlook (incl. real time audience
  survey) – Beatus Hofrichter, Conceplus
09:30 Influencing personal health & wellbeing via wearables & health
  promoting platforms – Manuel Heuer, COO, dacadoo
09:45 When consumer health and health care delivery is aligned! – Reto
  Schegg, CEO, Healthbank
10:00 Coffee Break
10:30 How booking platforms will influence patient journeys – Patrick 
  Kerster, CEO,Doctena
10:45 New adherence potentials in joint B2C models – Phil Lichtenberg,
  Director Sales, Visionarity
11:00 Panel Discussion (incl. real time audience survey) – All Speakers
12:00 Closing of Session I

Session II  Beyond Reimbursement: how disruptive strategy impacts healthcare delivery tomorrow

14:30 Beyond Reimbursement : Food for thoughts (incl. real time audience
  survey) – Aleksandar Ruzicic, Executive Insight & Beatus Hofrichter, Conceplus
14:45 Bringing greater value to European healthcare systems: 
  Maximizing outcomes and optimizing costs – Herb Riband, VP
  Global Market Access, Amgen
15:00 How to overcome the linear healthcare systems approach with
  disruptive business models – Zayna Khayat, Senior Advisor,
  Health System Innovation and Director, MaRS EXCIT
15:15 The role of regulators in precision medicine – Thomas
  Senderovitz, Director General, Danish Medicines Agency
15:30 How can we make type 2 diabetes 13 times cheaper and cure
  the patients in doing so? –  Ben van Ommen, TNO – The
  Netherlands Organisation for applied scientific research
15:45 Panel Discussion
16:45 Closing of Session II
   

Key Facts
When: Tuesday, September 20, 2016, Basel 08:30 to 17:30
Registration: 

The registration takes place Basel Life Science web platform (deadline September 18) 

https://www.m-anage.com/Login.aspx?event=blswmiptec2016

 
Notes: To register for the Basel Agenda INSEAD Healthcare Club of Switzerland event, follow the instructions to create an event attendee profile (enter email address, password etc). Then complete the registration following the system prompts for your ticket for the Life Science Week exhibtion. You must select at least one other session besides “Basel Agenda”. For example, select “Keynote and Evening Reception” on September 20 .
INSEAD Alumni Association Switzerland Healthcare Club
Aleks Ruzicic, MBA 97J, President cHIC
insead@bluewin.ch

Sept 19 Choices: Leadership and Resilience

Dear Alumni,
Join us for a career enhancing leadership skills conference in Geneva.
Speaker 

Karsten Drath, Managing Partner, Leadership Choices

Karsten is an accredited Leadership Coach since 2006 (International Coach Federation, the Centre for Creative Leadership and the World Economic Forum). Prior to his consulting career, he held leading positions at Accenture, Bombardier Transportation and DELL. In his last position, he built up DELL’s European business consulting organization. 

Key Facts

When:  Monday September 19, 2016  18.30 to 21:00
Where: Maison de la Paix, Chemin Eugène-Rigot 2, 1202 Genève (salle S8 interpétales)

Tickets: CHF 20 for INSEAD NAA members (paid up) / CHF 40 for Non-Members and Guests
Language: English


Registration

On Amiando : https://en.xing-events.com/INSEADReslience2016
 

INSEAD Alumni Association Switzerland, Geneva Chapter

Ludovic Choppin, MBA’12D, Geneva Chapter President
Frank Dannenhauer, MCCC’12S, Event Organizer
insead@bluewin.ch