Day two of the Detroit immersion included two urban development classes led by professors Emil Malizia and Jim Johnson as well as a visit to the Henry Ford Museum.
Day one of the Detroit immersion included an innovation and entrepreneur tour of "Motor City" and a tour of Ford Field — home of the Detroit Lions — for dinner and a tour of the football stadium.
‘Big data’ has become a bit of a cliche due to its ubiquity. However, the prevalence of the term does not diminish its importance. The ability to leverage data can be a competitive advantage for any number of industries.
Kimberly Schaufenbuel, program director at UNC Executive Development, explains how the science of motivation in the brain can be applied to improve employee motivation in the workplace.
Day Three of the immersion concluded with sessions about the financial markets of Argentina and how to manage risk and reward while doing business in the country.
Day Two of the Buenos Aires immersion included a trip to the Pilar Natural Reserve to plant trees, as well as an immersive session with Argentinian business students on the cultural aspect of doing business in Argentina.