The Korea-Indonesia-Taiwan (KIT) Program is a collaborative program between the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), National Taiwan University, and Prasetiya Mulya University, that unites MBA level students from the three countries to learn and work on study cases from Korean Companies which are Samsung, Fubon Hyundai Life, as well as CJ CGV.
Held in Seoul, South Korea on 30th June to 5th July, the participants, who are mandatory to have at least two years of experience, spent their first two days in KAIST College of Business, where they were given introductions to the companies, design thinking workshop, and action learning project.
On the final day, the KIT program finally put students to the test as they try to solve each companies’ problems and opportunities during the field trip.
Each team presented their ideas to the company champions (Fubon Hyundai Life, Samsung, CJ CGV) where Stephan Dold – Samsung Principal was present to hear team presentation for the Samsung Asia Mobile Expansion Case.
The presentation ended with closing ceremonial and certificates for case study participants.