Powerful business networks
Powerful business networks
The IMD Alumni Network is a widespread but close-knit global community in a tightly interconnected and complex business environment. IMD’s mission is to accompany, assist and support IMD Alumni in their lifelong learning journey and in building powerful business networks.
Four ways to engage, build your network, and unlock business opportunities:
Global association created for Alumni, with Alumni, to promote lifelong learning and powerful networking, supporting initiatives from other IMD Alumni activities and the IMD institution.
Clubs are geographical Alumni associations that organize a variety of activities to learn, discuss leading-edge business thinking, and expand business relationships.
Program communities are groups of IMD Alumni who have attended the same program and who get together to share learnings and common experiences.
Expert communities are groups of Alumni who share the same interests and who get together to share and exchange know-how. All IMD Alumni are welcome to join.
Connect online with a global network of like-minded executives across countries and industries.
Access high-quality databases containing articles, reports, etc. and learn from the latest news and research on a variety of topics.
Expand and strengthen your professional network by participating in the official and program-specific IMD Alumni LinkedIn groups.
Further your education and earn your Certificate of Lifelong Executive Learning to support your professional journey.
Being authentic to your true self is the most effective way to steer a team, particularly in times of crisis, say Nadia Kobyliak and Oksana Lesyk, both recipients of the IMD alumni-funded Empowering Women Leaders scholarship award.
A multi-dimensional international career has given Anis Mungapen (EMBA 2020) the cross-cultural sensitivities needed to lead diverse teams through change..
Having worked for consumer food companies, Darshana Joshi (MBA 2014) quickly realized that finding purpose in her work would mean working at the forefront of nutrition and innovation, to impact the lives of the most vulnerable.
Talent development program with Morocco’s OCP and Africa Business School led by Professor Bettina Büchel earns Silver for Excellence in Executive Education to cap glittering year of accolades.
Six faculty members have made the list of the Top 50 Bestselling Case Authors 2021/2022, with IMD Emeritus Professor Kamran Kashani back in the top 10 of authors who sold the most copies during the previous academic year.
IMD and the Global Shapers Community (GSC) Lausanne have agreed to engage in a partnership to leverage IMD’s expertise and develop young leaders who can have a positive impact on business and society through sustainable action.
Swiss startups founded by IMD graduates or supported by EMBAs and MBAs celebrated at flagship event.