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Damiano Pietroni


Degree:

EMBA

Location:

United Kingdom

Industry:

Consulting

Year:

Sep 2018 - May 2020

Damiano Pietroni is a Management Consulting Manager with a focus on insurance, and a student on the Executive MBA programme at the University of Oxford.

Pietroni’s professional experience encompasses delivery management/leadership and solution architecture on large-scale technology transformation programmes. Prior to joining his current firm, he worked as technology project manager for a large general insurer, where he delivered projects across commercial lines, claims and infrastructure.

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Posted by: on April 29, 2019

Choosing a College as an Oxford EMBA

Choosing an Oxford College as an Executive MBA student entails considering a number of points. First, whether the college allows members to book rooms for multiple nights in a row, similarly to how a hotel or bed and breakfast would. This can be researched on the website of each college, and the key point is […]

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Posted by: on March 14, 2019

Strategy as an Oxford Executive MBA

There are plenty of opportunities to learn more about strategy as a topic as a student on the Oxford Executive MBA. First, the Strategy module, which is a year one module taken by all candidates, covers both strategy frameworks and theory, and thinking around strategy implementation. The course is highly interesting, and the interactions between […]

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Posted by: on February 8, 2019

Entrepreneurship as an Oxford EMBA

As an Oxford EMBA student there are numerous opportunities to learn more about entrepreneurship, get feedback on ideas, and either start or scale entrepreneurial ventures. First, all EMBA students take the Entrepreneurship Project (EP) module. The course combines theory with application by first providing an overview of entrepreneurship frameworks and literature, and then having students […]

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Posted by: on December 20, 2018

Non-Market Forces

The third module on the Oxford Executive MBA covers non-market forces, defined as those forces impacting an organization outside of market forces such as competitors, suppliers, and substitutes. The first point we learnt is that although every organization interacts with a plethora of non-market forces, these can be organized in a number of categories. The […]

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Posted by: on October 30, 2018

Analyzing Analytics

A core module of the Oxford EMBA, Analytics is taught throughout the first weeks of the programme, and covers a number of areas. Firstly, it covers general statistics, providing a recap of general and inferential statistics, and ensuring that students know their way around key mathematical techniques and concepts. Secondly, the module covers Decision Analysis, […]

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Posted by: on October 1, 2018

Oxford EMBA – The Many Facets of Diversity

Having completed the first week of the Executive MBA at Oxford Saïd a number of topics come to mind. That said, this blog article will focus specifically on how the many facets of diversity present in the EMBA cohort add to the learning process and overall experience. The first type of diversity present in the […]

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