TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning
The TUM Institute for Lifelong Learning combines the faculty’s major further education activities, evidence-based and practice-oriented. We offer three Executive MBA programs for experienced managers, as well as a variety of Certificate Programs, Executive Trainings and eLearning options. In addition, our customized programs create special value and are tailored to the needs of the respective organization and its employees.
New ways of working / future of work – and its significance at work?
We have been educating leaders to act succesfully in the digital age already for a long time as we see digitalization impacting a lot leadership and collaboration in companies. Pandemia has increased this trend to touch also industries and companies that do not have much experience in digital working. We are happy to help companies adapting to the so called new status quo and provide also tool to support leadership development in the digital age.
New ways of working / future of work – which methods do you apply?
Since pandemia began, we have used fully virtual teaching at times and hybrid teaching, combinating physical and virtual teaching, in other times. We use the modern digital tools such as Zoom, Teams, Trello, and Miro to collaborate and manage projects virtually. In addition, we have our own digital app called Emma that helps leaders to practice leadership in their daily work. We have also invested on different presenting and specific microphone technologies to support virtual learning and teaching. We are also developing more and more programs which are fully available online - this not just helps our clients to continue learning despite a pandemia but also allows new clients to join literally from all over the world.
How does digitalization impact and change your company?
Already before corona, we were doing remote working as part of our working methods. Pandemia just increased this working style and has proven that we have been equally succesful when working virtually compared to working onsite. We have also seen that virtual working helps our team members to balance work and personal life, and to feel safer in the current turmoil. That being said, our clients still highly value physical learning and networking opportunities, and therefore, we try to provide this when possible.
Head of Learning Design, TUM Institute for Life Long Learning, Executive and Professional Education, Technische Universität München
MeetUp C.15 | Halle 1 / hall 1
Thread / thematic series: Führung & Kommunikation | Persönlichkeits- & Kompetenzentwicklung
Leadership and LifeLong Learning: Führungskräfteweiterbildung im digitalen Zeitalter
Die Arbeitswelt verändert sich schnell in Richtung einer digitalisierten Welt. Manager stehen auch oft vor der Herausforderung, die interne Motivation der Mitarbeiter trotz des ständigen Wandels, der räumlichen Entfernung und der sich verändernden Berufsprofile aufrechtzuerhalten. Die Rolle des lebenslangen Lernens und die Rolle der Universitäten bei der beruflichen und Managemententwicklung werden ebenfalls erörtert.
Details about the speaker Dr. Alexandra Hauser
Vita: Dr. Alexandra Hauser ist Arbeits- und Organisationspsychologin, Trainerin und systemischer Business Coach. Derzeit ist sie an der Technischen Universität München am Institute for LifeLong Learning als Head of Learning Design in der Executive and Professional Education tätig. Ihre Schwerpunkte liegen dabei im Bereich (Digital) Leadership und Self-Leadership, sowie Fachkräfteweiterbildung und lebenslanges Lernen. Sie studierte in Freiburg Psychologie und promovierte am Center for Leadership and People Management der LMU München im Bereich Personalentwicklung und Führung. Sie ist Mitgründerin und Gesellschafterin der Munich Center for Leadership GmbH, des Weiteren engagiert sie sich ehrenamtlich im Human Capital Club e.V. München und ist dort Mitglied des Vorstands.
Senior Manager, KPMG Law
MeetUp C.15 | Halle 1 / hall 1
Thread / thematic series: Persönlichkeits- & Kompetenzentwicklung | Karrierelaufbahn & Bewerbung
Women in leadership positions: how can an Executive MBA from TUM School of Management boost your career?
This talk will focus on important factors for women to consider when pursuing executive-level education. Tiffany will also discuss the most significant take-aways from her EMBA journey, discussing how it is positively impacted her professional journey and how she is used his experience to maximize her return on investment.
Presented by TUM Institute for LifeLong Learning
Details about the speaker Tiffany Valeriano
Vita: Tiffany Valeriano is a Senior Manager at KPMG Law, working in the Legal Operations and Technology team. She obtained her BA in Political Science from the University of Virginia. After working in a law firm in Washington, DC, she moved to Munich in 2006 for an adventure. Tiffany joined the team at Brandstock Services AG, first as a project assistant in the IP sector, where she worked her way up to become Chief Commercial Officer for IP Services. From there, Tiffany joined her first legal tech startup, joining TrademarkNow as Business Development Executive and focused on technology developments in the IP sector. Then to Corsearch, as Director of Global Go-to-Market Planning, before re-entering the legal tech startup world as Chief Commercial Officer at Rightly. In parallel to her work, Tiffany is completing her Executive MBA at the Technical University of Munich. She is a Committee Member for INTA, serving on the Brands for a Better Society committee and is a Munich cohort lead for Thrive with Mentoring, a global non-profit initiative where women mentor each other.