This Chair aims to facilitate a better understanding of the digital transformation process so that Andalusian companies can integrate it into their competitive strategies.
GHENOVA, Alborautos and Primafrío join the Advisory Board of the Seidor Chair of the Digital Agenda. In addition to Seidor, the companies Extenda and Ingenia also form part of this Advisory Board.
THE SEIDOR CHAIR
The Seidor Chair of the Digital Agenda for senior management was launched in January 2018 with the aim of providing answers to entrepreneurs and managers about their concerns about the digital challenge and the challenges it involves.
The Chair has an Advisory Board that recommends lines of research and helps to define the activities and the correct development of the Chair.
All the activities that will be developed in this Chair will have the mission to develop leadership and management skills and strategic thinking of managers, generate practical knowledge through research and writing of specialised material, foster collaboration with leading companies and organisations in the digital ecosystem, and promote a forum for strategic debate where valuable experiences can be shared.
The mission of this line of research is to help to better understand the digital transformation process in order to integrate it into business strategies, as well as to carry out training activities aimed at deepening the understanding of these issues.
Through this Chair, different activities will be promoted to help members of senior management make the right decisions, govern their companies effectively and innovate through the opportunities generated by new technologies.
ABOUT SAN TELMO BUSINESS SCHOOL
San Telmo Business School is a centre of excellence for senior management. It develops training activities, some of them unique in Europe, that help people to make increasingly fairer and more sensible decisions, and to govern effectively and with respect for those with whom they work. The Business School’s fundamental objective is to develop the managerial skills of the participants in its programmes.