Tarptautinė konferencija WOE’21 - MRU

Rugsėjo 23
Tarptautinė konferencija WOE’21
23 d. 10:00 val., 23 d. 13:00 val.

10:00 AM EEST Time Zone (Eastern European Summer Time) / nuotolinis renginys

The Conference hosted by the Faculty of Public Governance and Business at Mykolas Romeris University (Lithuania).

The conference WOE’21 is dedicated to Strengthening Economic Resilience: Research, Practice, and Policy for successful Post-Covid-19 Recovery

Opening session (10:00 AM- 12:00 PM on EEST Time Zone) online link: https://zoom.us/j/99176269283

 More information, programme and online links of Panel discussion and Q&A: http://woe.mruni.eu/



  • Moderator – dr. Ilona Bartuševičienė Vice-dean of the Faculty of Public Governance and Business Mykolas Romeris university.

    Welcome speech:
  • Professor dr. Inga Žalėnienė, Rector of Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania
  • Professor dr. Darius Štitilis, Dean of the Faculty of Public Governance and Business Mykolas Romeris university, Lithuania  

    Keynote Speakers:  

    Professor dr. Giovanni Schiuma, LUM University, Italy
    Transformational Leadership Principles to Shape Organisational Resilience to Navigate Uncertain Economy  
    Professor dr. Peter Totterdill, Director of Workplace Innovation Europe, a not-for-profit organisation based in Ireland the UK
    Making organisations fit for the post-COVID economy: workplace innovation as Europe’s advantage

    Marius Dubnikovas, Compensa life business development manager, Lithuania
    Economical and political challenges in post-COVID environment

    Professor dr. Ray Smith, an expert of organisational leadership, lecturer at Dalton State College, Dalton Georgia, USA
    Role of Psychological Capital in Resilient Organisations  

    Professor David Schultz, distinguished University Professor of Political Science, Legal Studies, and Environmental Studies and University of Minnesota Professor of Law, USA
    The Challenge to Globalization in a Post-Pandemic World

Virgilijus Dirma, Head of European Union and International Relations of Infobalt, Lithuania On the way to Real-Time Economy