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In a project led by Marko Savić, business designer, Design for Europe, attendees were given the task to delve into the world entrepreneurship through a carefully designed workshop that offered useful insights analysing the classic Business Model Canvas template.
Along the same lines, Benjamin Brown, policy advisor, Design Council UK, informed attendees on the significance of design for the overall image and future development of a company.
My undergraduate study was taken from 1992 until 1998, when I graduated. Field of study: Social/Educational sciences, Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) in Sports Education, Sports Training.
My thesis title was: “Ugotavljanje funkcionalne obremenitve pri vadbi aerobike” (English: “Findings of the functional load analysis of the step-aerobic workout”). Mentor: Meta Zagorc, PhD, Assistant Professor and co-mentor, Radoje Milić, MD.
My humanistic postgraduate programme of study was Anthropology of Everyday Life, Media Studies, language of instruction was Slovene and my average grade was 9.17. My master’s thesis mentor was Melita Zajc, PhD, Assistant Professor.
Core courses of this M. Sc. were: —Epistemology of the Humanities; —Anthropology of the Current World; —Political Anthropology; —Technicalistic home and family in between the media; —Psychoanalysis and Feminism (psychoanalysis, body policies); —Anthropology and Racism.
My international M. Sc. Business Administration programme was pursued in the 2004-2005 academic year and contained all over sixteen modules, all the way from the Management and Organisation to the Organisational Behaviour & Organisational Development.
Marko Savić is a skilled presenter with strong presence, multi-language abilities and multi-cultural experiences.
His current field of interest is business model innovation in connection with design thinking. As an experienced design manager and senior lecturer, Marko is an expert in design and brand strategies and project management in creative endeavours.
Consider hiring him four your business innovation efforts.
Marko Savić is an experienced Business Model Innovation Coach turned into the Senior Lecturer in Design Management at the Faculty of Design, where he teaches the subjects of Brand Development Studio & Project Management.