On Tuesday, October 20th, the Columbia Global Centers | Rio de Janeiro will be visited by Columbia Business School Nelson Fraiman. Professor Fraiman is in town to talk to prospective students about the Business School Program Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in Latin America.
The Entrepreneurship and Competitiveness in Latin America (ECLA) Program is an executive program for entrepreneurial leaders of medium-sized companies who seek specialized training to expand their business beyond borders and compete in today’s changing environment.
Professor Fraiman joined the faculty after a 17-year career at International Paper Company, where his most recent position was chief technology officer for eight manufacturing divisions. Prior to this he developed and managed a group responsible for productivity improvement and process innovation, and still earlier he directed company-wide educational activities. Fraiman teaches operations and technology management. His research explores institutionalizing quality improvement. He specializes in the retailing, consulting and process industries.