2008 MBA Field Consulting Projects program

Tuesday, 02/09/2008

In 1992, ALBA became the first graduate business school in Greece to have teams of MBA students deliver practical value to a select group of Greek companies, through its Field Consulting Projects (FCPs). Since then, ALBA has run 156 projects, for 90 companies, deploying more than 320,000 hours of student work.

The final presentations for the ALBA 2008 Field Consulting Projects will take place on Thursday, September 4th. Nine teams of Full-Time MBA students have been working to deliver client value in a wide range of markets. Projects range from improvement & e-commerce strategies for fast moving consumer goods, to business plans in South Africa, Algeria and Saudi Arabia. Two student teams carried out field research abroad for the completion of their projects.

The presentation of the projects that have been completed by the ALBA students, are the following: 

  • Novo Nordisk ROAG: Business Plan for Insulin Pen Needles in Algerian, South African, and Saudi markets
  • Novartis Hellas S.A.C.I.: Innovation in Client Collaboration
  • Novo Nordisk Algeria: Improvement of distribution set-up in Novo Nordisk (Algeria)
  • Frigoglass: Employer Branding
  • Endesa Hellas S.A.: Entering the Greek retail energy market
  • Kraft Foods Hellas: Identification of ways to improve the Order To Cash Process
  • Intracom IT Services: New Mobility Services for Banking Institutions - Industry Analysis
  • Siemens S.A. - Siemens IT Solutions & Services (SIS): Market entry strategy for telco and media sector
  • Carrefour - Marinopoulos S.A.: E-Commerce

For more information, you may contact Dr. Sarah Drakopoulou-Dodd, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship and FCP Director, or Ms. Erato Paraschaki, MBA Director, tel. 210 8964531.


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