The decision to “afford” 10 modules that cover different knowledge in the field of leadership through Algebra’s MINI MBA Leadership 4.0 program was a very conscious one for me. What was completely unknown to me at the time of that decision was what was waiting for me there, what kind of knowledge I would leave this education with.

Now, after the Mini MBA is over, I can say that I am extremely glad that I attended this program and that at the new Algebra campus. At the same time, the most valuable parts of this education turned out to be those that I did not even think about when enrolling – contacts with fellow students, as well as lecturers.

Having the possibility to stay in contact with all of them is certainly a kind of intangible added value that is difficult to describe. After each lecture, I continued communicating with them in some way, whether it was by email, through social networks, or in some other way. I have the impression that at this moment we are all students and teachers who have the opportunity to communicate our life and business experiences, and in this way “get something that improves us”.

I experienced the lectures as a very high-quality crash course in 10 different directions. Each of them in their own way introduces us to the latest achievements, knowledge or research on the topic of more successful people management. I now understand the term “management” somewhat differently and understand it as an attempt to better mutual understanding and better communication.

It is certain that I will not use all the acquired knowledge, but I hope that I will use the knowledge from some areas in the near future to try to improve the functioning of my team. What remains in the long run is a permanent knowledge (as well as a record in my case?) of all courses attended. They are now part of my experience and are already shaping the way I think and approach everyday business life.

MINI MBA is an experience worth experiencing, and what follows after it is up to all of us individually. Personally, I am of the firm opinion that education and improvement of one’s own competences have no alternative to the world in which we live.

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Zoran Djordjevic
Director of the Algebra MBA Business School
zoran.dordevic@algebra.hr

Arsen Solić
Head of the e-Leadership MBA study
098 9512 952
arsen.solic@algebra.hr

Ivan Bucić
Coordinator of the e-Leadership MBA business area
091 23 14 111
ivan.bucic@algebra.hr

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