The Management of Imagination, which we already include in our undergraduates programs at La Salle, is a tool that we may use inside the classrooms but, how can we manage imagination? Trough games and other experiences we may generate situations that allow our students to disconnect with reality. In this imagination environment, we give them instruments to think and act freely and to project a disruptive view. The work in teams, collaboration, roll inside an organization, etc. is a characteristic that they will find in the real world, so students must know its importance.
Counselors and professors of high schools or formative cycles. You may also invite other people of your school that you consider this may interest them. In this way, more than one person of each school may attend.
We present you methodologies that we apply in our undergraduate programs with the intention of forming proactive teams characterized by innovation in methodologies, collaborative and interactive creation, and capacity to transcend the own limits.
All of this will be through games, colors, music, etc. that you will be able to apply in your own schools.
We will do two activities:
Working in teams the challenge is to build something. We will analyze collaboration, the roll that each person has when facing a challenge, how the team organizes, etc.
Using the metaphor f the Orchestra and its music, we will verify the capacity to use and manage imagination that multidisciplinary working teams have, with the objective to boost the talent, pro-activity and creativity.
WHO WILL GUIDE US
He holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics and an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Management. During his professional career he has worked as director of the innovating area of NODE and LOOP, leader companies in innovation services in Spain, and carrying out successful projects for Pepsico, Nespresso, Imaginarium, Martini, La Caixa, BBVA among others.
With his personal style, Menno achieve that the participants learn to see the situations in a different way that allows them to detect opportunities and help to the personal growth.
He is aeronautic engineer and PhD in Engineering. He also holds a Master’s degree in Project Management and is certified as Project Management Professional (PMP) by the Project Management Institute (USA). He is member of the directive board of the PMI Barcelona. He has dedicated more than 20 years to manage international technological projects in Europe, Asia and America. Coordinator of educational programs and professor of the Project Management at La Salle BES and ESAN (Peru).
PLACE OF THE ACTIVITY AND HOW TO REGISTER
La Salle Campus Barcelona
C/Quatre Camins, 2 08022 Barcelona
Sending an email to email@example.com or calling 932 902 405