Introduction to the Future Power Grid Managers Programme

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Introduction to the Future Power Grid Managers Programme

  1. 1. © Vlerick Business School
  2. 2. FUTURE POWER GRID MANAGERSPROGRAMUNIQUE EXECUTIVE EDUCATION EXPERIENCEFOR DSO & TSO, STARTING OCT 2013
  3. 3. © Vlerick Business School1. BACKGROUND3Co-directed by• Prof. Leonardo Meeus (Professor of Energy Markets at Vlerick Business School)• Prof. Jean-Michel Glachant (Director of the Florence School of Regulation)With the support of• Prof. Ronnie Belmans (Executive Director of the Global Smart Grid Federation)• Daniel Dobbeni (President of Eurogrid International, and ENTSO-E)Development of the program has been initiated• Based on our understanding of the power grid business• Combined with the management expertise of the faculty at VlerickBusiness School• And refined with feedback from DSOs and TSOs
  4. 4. © Vlerick Business School2. CONTENT – 11 DAYS (OCT 2013 – MAY 2014)4Opening Seminar 2,5 days in October 3-5 Florence, Villa FinalyEU regulatory framework for power gridsBusiness, technology, legal and regulatory challenges for power gridsGuests speakers from EU institutions, ACER, CEER, ENTSO-E, EDSOModule 1 2,5 days in November 7-9 Vlerick Business School, Ghent CampusRole of power grids in different scenarios of the futureDealing with a fast moving industryCustomer orientation in regulated industriesModule 2 2,5 days in Jan 30 - Feb 1 Vlerick Business School, Brussels CampusBusiness models and regulation of power gridsFinancing the future power gridModule 3 2,5 days in April 3-5 Florence, Villa FinalyStrategic Innovation and dealing with strategic innovatorsLaunching new business models in existing organizationsClosing seminar 1 day in May 31 Vlerick Business School, Brussels CampusFinal presentation of the projects by participants
  5. 5. © Vlerick Business School3. FACULTY5Power grids expertise• Ronnie Belmans, KU Leuven• Daniel Dobbeni, Eurogrid International• Jean-Michel Glachant, Florence School of Regulation• Leonardo Meeus, Vlerick Business School & Florence School of Regulation• Ignacio Perez-Arriaga, Comillas University Madrid & MIT BostonManagement expertise• Marion Debruyne, Vlerick Business School• Philippe Haspeslagh (Dean), Vlerick Business School• Michael Pollitt, Cambridge Judge Business School• Filip Roodhooft, Vlerick Business School• Paul Schoemaker, Wharton Business School• Kurt Verweire, Vlerick Business School
  6. 6. © Vlerick Business School4. OBJECTIVES & TARGET GROUP6What’s in it for the organization?• Build a community of managers with shared knowledge• Create the foundations for change management• Participants work on projects during the programWhat’s in it for the participant?• Target group minimum of eight years of working and four years ofmanagement experience• They will have different responsibilities in their own organization, and willcome from different grid companies in Europe• They will broaden their vision and contacts to contribute successfully tothe strategy of their organization
  7. 7. © Vlerick Business School5. BUDGET7ContactLeonardo Meeus (leonardo.meeus@vlerick.com; leonardo.meeus@eui.eu)Per participant (excl. 21% VAT)• Program fee of EUR 12.000• Catering expenses EUR 1.995• Accommodation expenses are not included

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