Experience Hult in Berlin

That’s why we bring our Experience Hult events to cities around the world–so you can get a feel for what it’s like to be a Hult student without leaving your home country.

We're bringing Professor Olaf Groth to lead an interactive master class. What better way to decide if Hult is the right fit for you than to experience one of our classes?

Event Details

Meet us in Berlin to learn more about Hult's global postgraduate programs.

  • Address: Mindspace Krausenstraße, Krausenstraße 9-10, 10117 Berlin, Germany

  • Date: Tuesday, May 2,2023

  • Time: 6:00 PM CET

About the event

Network with alumni and fellow candidates and take a master class with an internationally renowned professor to really understand our practical approach to learning. These events are the next best thing to a campus visit–we really hope you can join us to get to know Hult better.

We're bringing our Professor of global strategy, innovation & economics, Professor Olaf Groth to Berlin to lead an interactive master class.

Your Arrival

Mindspace Krausenstraße

Krausenstraße 9-10,

10117 Berlin,


Plan your arrival with Google-Maps


  • 6:00 PM - 6:30 PM — Registration

  • 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM — Hult programs presentation

  • 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM — Masterclass with Prof. Olaf Groth

  • 8:30 PM - 9:30 PM — Current Students and Alumni Panel

  • 9:30 PM - 10:00 PM — Networking and Drinks

Masterclass with Prof. Olaf Groth

Strategic Leadership for Globalization 2.0

In this talk, based on research with 100 senior leaders around the world for his forthcoming book The Great Remobilization: Strategies & Designs for a Smarter Global Future (MIT Press, October 2023), thought-leader and scholar-entrepreneur Prof. Olaf Groth identifies tectonic shifts in the operating system and architecture of the global economy.  The 6C forces (COVID-like pandemics, cognitive technologies, crypto & web 3, cybersecurity, climate & carbon, China) converge to create tectonic shifts in our prevailing Globalization 1.0 paradigm toward Globalization 2.0: The Cognitive Economy.  This is accompanied by political, societal, and economic turmoil, which in turn creates new opportunities and risks for executives, investors and policy makers alike.  Through a new FLP-IT framework that leverages scenario planning, leadership and visioning principles and portfolio theory we can chart a path into this future, taking us to new growth horizons while enhancing trust and anti-fragility for our stakeholders.

Olaf Groth

Olaf is a professor of practice for global strategy, innovation & economics, and digital & disruption futures classes at Hult, teaching across our global network of campuses. He also serves as professional faculty at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.

Olaf has 25 years of experience as an executive and adviser in innovation and tech-focused multinationals, startups, and consultancies. He is founder & CEO of insights think-tank, Cambrian Futures, and product do-tank, Cambrian Designs, which advises corporate, government, and foundation clients on deep tech disruption organization and strategies. Olaf is co-author of Solomon’s Code: Humanity in a World of Thinking Machines and a frequent contributor to media outlets like: WIRED, Financial Times, The Hill, Harvard Business Review and many others.

Expertise includes

Strategic Analysis
Disruptive Innovation

Due to the dynamic state of the COVID-19 pandemic, participants shall remain responsible for informing themselves about all local COVID regulations and following them accordingly. At the request of local authorities, Hult reserves the right to collect and share the full contact details of participants, including name, address, and telephone number. Furthermore, only those who have officially registered their attendance in advance can get access to the event. As the organizer of the event, Hult cannot be held liable for any infection with the COVID-19 virus nor the consequential costs incurred as a result of attendance at the event.

Rather than just focusing on theory we might never use, Hult includes applied frameworks and real-life business issues, giving us the edge in firsthand experience.

Brenda Gannaban


Class of 2020

My enrollment advisor supported me the whole way—helping me prepare everything, chatting to my parents—I felt at home before I’d even arrived.

Nour Abdelaziz


Class of 2020