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Facilitating 21st Century Global Solutions
About the Taylor Institute
Education - Research - Collaboration
The Taylor Institute at Franklin University Switzerland is a unique space where Research, Education and
Collaboration for the 21st century thrive at the crossroads of Business, Science and Liberal Arts.
Taylor Institute - Mission and Vision
The John Taylor Institute at Franklin University Switzerland fosters research that advances academic knowledge and generates innovations in business theory and practice, including competitiveness, collaborative practices, and sustainability.
The goals of the Taylor Institute are closely aligned with the mission of Franklin University Switzerland: we produce critical thinkers who are culturally literate, ethically aware, and intellectually courageous. We create leaders who are responsible, compassionate, and collaborative. We also embrace the values of Switzerland: civil discourse and sustainable solutions for future peace and prosperity.
The Taylor Institute places high value on global collaboration, and as a research platform welcomes partnerships from some of the world’s leading researchers as well as prominent academic institutions around the globe.
Taylor Institute - About Us
The Taylor Institute engages in Research and develops and manages Graduate and Executive programs related to business and management in a global context.
The Institute brings together a learning ecosystem made of multi-stakeholders including Faculty, partner Universities, Business and Organizations, Thought Leaders and Think Tanks from around the world.
The main objective of the Institute is to prepare for critical thinkers who are culturally literate, ethically aware, intellectually courageous and business savvy. We envision leaders that become responsible, compassionate, and collaborative in an increasingly complex and interconnected world.
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Research with impact
“Education is an admirable thing, but it is well to remember from time to time that nothing that is worth knowing can be taught.”
News and Events
Taylor Institute second Long-Life Learning Scholar Rafaella BragatoStudent Spotlight on Rafaella Bragato ’21
Taylor Institute second Long-Life Learning Scholar Luciana VazquezStudent Spotlight on Luciana Vazquez '21
Leadership Strategies for a Changing Planet - (Thursday, March 25, 2021 | 18.00 – 19.00)Leadership Strategies for a Changing Planet - (Thursday, March 25, 2021 | 18.00 – 19.00)
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