The UPC School Launches an Innovative MBA for Technological and Industrial Sectors.

The Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) has launched a new MBA program designed for those interested in leading technological and industrial companies. This program, offered by the UPC School, combines the university’s solid experience in the technological and industrial fields with its extensive history in executive education. The course will begin on October 4th and will be taught in person in Barcelona.

The main objective of this MBA is to train professionals to lead, innovate, and transform companies in the technological and industrial sector. Participants will acquire a strategic vision and advanced management skills necessary to lead organizations in an environment characterized by globalization and digitalization.

The program will address a wide range of essential aspects in business management, from making strategic data-based decisions to team management, continuous improvement, and customer focus. Operational topics such as operations management, financial management, and talent retention and attraction will also be covered, using innovative tools and guided by professionals and experts in each field.

Vicenç Fernández Alarcón will be in charge of the academic direction of the master’s degree. Fernández Alarcón also leads the MBA program in Business Analytics and the postgraduate program in Business Analytics at the same institution. He holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from the UPC and a degree in Telecommunications Engineering from Universitat Ramon Llull. His experience includes teaching, research, and consulting in data analytics, providing a valuable integrative approach to management and technology to the new program.

The master’s program will take place at the Tech Talent Center, the headquarters of the UPC School in Poblenou, Barcelona. To facilitate attendance, the class schedule will be concentrated intensively on Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings, accommodating the professional and personal schedules of the participants.

The program is aimed at both technical professionals looking to expand their management and leadership skills in the technological and industrial sectors, as well as recent graduates aspiring to steer their careers towards business management in these fields.

via: MiMub in Spanish

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