Hult Virtual Challenge

win a ticket for the Web Summit 2020 | Lisbon

Join an interactive challenge with Hult Professor Henrik Totterman, who is a Professor of Practice in entrepreneurship and management at Hult.

  • Day 1: Tuesday, November 24 — 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CET
  • Day 2: Monday, November 30 — 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CET

Take the Challenge

Description

At Hult, you'll learn through experience. The Virtual Challenge emphasizes the learning environment at Hult and gives an insight into the entrepreneurial management approach to survive and succeed in times of disruption. Engage in a team project, develop new ideas, and exchange your knowledge with others.

What will you learn?

  1. Learn more about innovation frameworks, how to apply disruptive methods, and practice your learnings on a challenge with the guidance of Professor Henrik Totterman.
  2. Make important decisions and deliver a professional presentation in a team.
  3. Get insights into how to disrupt existing global corporations by applying strengths from other industries. How would Apple look like as a company, if it would have been founded and built by Ingvar Kamprad?

We are available to guide you on the project and give answers to questions you might have.

The winning team receives tickets for the Web Summit 2020

hult students at a talk in the auditorium

Agenda

Day 1: Tuesday, November 24 — 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CET

  • Introduction to the Challenge
  • Ten-Types of Innovation Framework
  • Team Formation

Team Work:

  • Provision of Tools and Techniques
  • Presentation Preparation

Day 2: Monday, November 30 — 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CET

  • Reflection of the teamwork
  • Team Presentations - 7 minutes presentation + 5 minutes discussion per team
  • Announcement of the winning team

*registrants must actively participate in both days and teamwork during the week. This event is hosted for active applicants only.

hult student at a talk at an open house event

About Professor Henrik Totterman

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My experience includes over 20 years as an international leader, creating and transforming organizations as an entrepreneur and employed executive. I am seasoned in building teams and designing, refining, and implementing global strategies in highly competitive and regulated regional settings.

As a serial entrepreneur, my experience spans across the fields of environmental services and business advising, with executive experience from the family businesses in industrial trading and manufacturing. I worked previously for 8 years as Dean of Hult International Business School, helping the school expand globally, merge with Ashridge Business School, and achieve triple-accreditation (AACSB, EQUIS, AMBA). Nowadays, I work with clients as the President of LEADX3M LLC. I am also a Professor of Practice in entrepreneurship and management at Hult, and on the teaching faculty at Harvard University Division of Continued Education.