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IMD celebrates lifelong learning achievers

IMD congratulates and thanks all the 2016 Lifelong Learning Award recipients!
June 2016

At a ceremony held during the Orchestrating Winning Performance, (OWP) program, President Dominique Turpin recognized IMD alumni with Lifelong Learning Certificates for their demonstrated commitment to continual learning over the course of their careers. The award recipients were selected for having completed at least four IMD programs.

This year an exceptional 23 IMD alumni were presented with the Lifelong Learning Award including the Ulstein family of five.

WilliamBax
Soren Brandi
Mark Curry
Martin de Grijp
Anna Farnes
OyvindFylling-Jensen
Jan Hillgard
Johannes Kool
Ilkka Korkiakoski
Lars Lidman
Liana Logiurato
Stephan Monterde
Marit Roed Odegaard
Harri Saukkomaa
Marc Seale
Daniel Touw
Gunvor Ulstein
Idar Marius Ulstein
IngeridUlstein
Marit Krohn Ulstein
Tore Ulstein
Vegard Ulstein
Jacques Verdier

IMD congratulates and thanks all the 2016 Lifelong Learning Award recipients!

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