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Education, Honors & Awards
Masters Degree, Electronic Engineering- University of Padua; Masters Degree, Telecommunications - Polytechnic University of Turin
If you look for someone with a standard career path, then do not check my profile. I have moved from a pure technical environment to business education through management and recruiting consulting. Accepting challenges and taking on responsibilities is part of my core skills. I like to work with people and people like to work with me. I like to inspire, connect, move business. I like the agility of small companies combined with the strengths of bigger corporations. Needless to say, international environments are my favourite working places.
Coaching, Leadership, Project Management, Team Management, Lean SixSigma, GSM/UMTS, TQM, Business Intelligence, Change Management, Sustainability, circular economy, cradle-to-cradle
Lorenza joined UIBS in 2011 after 2 years experience as a lecturer at the Swiss premises of City University of Seattle. In 2012 she became Academic Coordinator and she also teaches Operations Management related topics. Before that she worked as engineer and management consultant for major Telecom providers. During her time at UIBS she contributed to achieve the Swiss certification for adult education (EduQua) and the the European accreditation with ECBE. Among others, she is responsible for writing relevant internal academic documents as well as for drafting and commenting accreditation reports. Her duties include also interviewing potential students and selecting new professors. She also supports the Campus Coordinator in the admission process, credits transfer and diplomas' recognition and conversion. She is interested in joining major Swiss educational institutions interested in developing an educational project targeting executives at all level.
“Mobile services in the era of pervasive computing”, published in Mobile Market Switzerland 2004, in English