Last week, students from the Master in Advanced Design Management, Strategy and Entrepreneurship were in a fieldtrip dedicated to the sustainability of the city of Berlin.
The aim of this fieldtrip was to develop sustainable projects both socially, environmentally and economically, for local companies in the German capital. Entrepreneurial projects have been devised in joint sessions with the Kaospilot school in Denmark.
The collaboration between the two schools has consisted in the creation of mixed groups of students from Elisava and Kaospilot for the development of the project, which the students have previously chosen, without knowing any details or teammates. On the first day of the fieldtrip, they set the objectives with their new colleagues to get in contact with the German companies.
During the trip, the students have attended workshops, follow-up meetings and academic sessions on "leading change" that have supported them and have fed their projects which they will present the 15th of November in Elisava.
In addition to visiting the companies of their projects, the students have also been able to enjoy the city during tourist days.
The initiative has been developed in the BUFA space (Berliner Union Film), a space shared between Kaospilot and film production companies.