"Disruptive Innovation Strategies & Exponential Organisations” | Diego Soroa

Monday, July 1, 2024 - 17:30


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As part of the INSURE.hub and the Porto Sustainable Business Summer School, the Masterclass “Disruptive Innovation Strategies & Exponential Organisations” will be held, featuring Diego Soroa as the keynote speaker.

Date: 1st July, at 17:30

Venue: Auditório Carvalho Guerra, Católica Porto Business School

Diego Soroa is the Chief Transformation Officer at Capital Certainty and a Professor at IE Business School. He has led the design and implementation of disruptive innovation strategies across various business units and functions. With over 20 years of experience as an entrepreneur, innovator, and executive coach, his mission is to help companies embrace disruption and transform the world for the better. This masterclass will be conducted in English.


Porto Sustainable Business Summer School is a joint Summer School with WU - Wirtschafts Universität Wien (Vienna University of Economics and Business) one of the best business schools in Europe. This programme will take place in Porto and bring together students and faculty of both schools in an innovative and challenging programme under Sustainable Business.

About INSURE.Hub: It is the knowledge transfer centre resulting from the mobilisation of Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Porto, through its faculties—Católica Porto Business School and the School of Biotechnology—and Planetiers New Generation. It is a space for innovation and management from a circular perspective, aiming for full sustainability (net-zero) and/or regeneration (positive pursuits), anticipating the future and adapting to global environmental challenges. Currently, there are already 80 (inter)national partners known for their knowledge and application experience. The INSURE Club's primary goal is to foster learning and cooperation among its partners. From different fields, all agreed to collaborate towards full sustainability and/or regeneration, anticipating the future, adapting to global environmental challenges, and promoting alignment with regulatory requirements.