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June 2017
23 June
Round table

HOW MUCH DOES A MANAGER COST?

10:00-11:15 STARBAR


Over the past fifteen years, Russia has trained some 60,000-plus top managers, leveraging a programme that includes 120 universities, foreign partners from more than 12 countries, and thousands of private-sector enterprises. But is this adequate for the future? Which areas of management expertise will be of most use to the Russian economy over the coming decades?


Moderator:
Vladislav Raskovalov, Director, St. Petersburg Budget Institution St. Petersburg Interregional Resource Centre; Vice-Chairman, St. Petersburg Regional Commission for Training Management Personnel for organizations of the Russian Federation national economy
Panelists:
Vladimir Gloukhov, Vice-Rector for administrative and economic activity, St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University
Benedict Haller, Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in St. Petersburg
Ichiro Kawabata, Consul General of Japan in St. Petersburg
Mikhail Oseevsky, Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Alexander Vatagin, Executive Director, Klimov JSC
Front row participants:
Aleksander Khodachek, Director, National Research University of the Higher School of Economics, St. Petersburg
Yana Klementovichus, Director, Higher Economic School, St. Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance
Vladimir Markin, Vice-President, NP ‘The Association of Power Engineers of North-West of Russia’
Terenty Mescheryakov, Head of Administration, Frunzensky district, St. Petersburg
Pavel Rozov, Director, Lyceum No. 126
Natalia Solovyova, Director, St. Petersburg branch of MAN Truck and Bus LLC RUS
Anatoly Turchak, President, Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of St. Petersburg
Dmitry Volkov, Associate Vice-Rector for Management Education, St. Petersburg State University

Highlights

Russia has a very solid school system, it has an excellent university system, it can produce Nobel laureates, it has developed hi-tech research, but one of the weakest points is the training of workers and middle management in between. That this is a field that Russia should invest in.

Benedict Haller
Consul General of the Federal Republic of Germany in St. Petersburg

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