A great blog post by Sara Ciavarella about her week at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Managament in Boston with ASL’s CEO, Dr John McKeon, and CIO, Dave Morrissey.
“This week, I traveled to Boston to meet my thesis sponsors from Allergy Standards Ltd. for an Innovation conference/symposium at MIT, organized by the Irish Management Institute and Enterprise Ireland.”
Sara is an ESTEEM graduate student at the University of Notre Dame. The ESTEEM program is a master of science degree program which emphasises the action of entrepreneurship and focuses on skills to launch new businesses, become innovators and be leaders of dynamic and innovative teams.
ASL team is very happy to be working with Sara on her thesis and is very looking forward to the cutting-edge innovations that this will bring to the company.
Amazing day of innovation and discovery with the ASl management team at @MITSloan We look forward to working with our partners and clients on innovative approaches to adding value to our relationships #Innovation4Growth #allergyinsights @Entirl pic.twitter.com/pJRqG0zK49
— Allergy Standards (@allergystandard) September 26, 2018
Sara Ciavarella, ESTEEM, University of Notre Dame, MIT, management, innovation, thesis, portal, technology
Click here to read the full blog post written by Sara