In a recent visit to his hometown, Tirana, Mr. Stavri Pashko, an experienced professional in internal audit and risk management, delivered a lecture to master’s students of Risk Management at the Faculty of Economics, University of Tirana. The session, focused on risk management with a special emphasis on sustainability in the automotive supply chain, proved to be an enriching experience for both the speaker and the students.
Mr. Stavri Pashko shared insights into his career trajectory, transitioning from internal audit and risk management to a dedicated focus on sustainability, particularly within the EU automotive supply chain. The lecture provided an opportunity for students to gain real-world perspectives on the challenges and dynamics of sustainability practices in a corporate setting.
The students, currently pursuing their master’s degrees in risk management, demonstrated an impressive understanding of sustainability concepts. Their questions contributed to a lively and engaging discussion, showing their eagerness to explore into the complexities of the field.
Reflecting on the experience, Stavri Pashko emphasized the importance of professionals contributing to academic communities. The interaction highlighted that sharing practical knowledge from EU countries not only enhances students’ learning experiences but also offers professionals a fresh perspective on their own fields. The experience reinforces the belief that knowledge-sharing between academia and industry is a mutually beneficial endeavor.
The lecture at the Faculty of Economics, University of Tirana stands as a testament to the value of bridging the gap between theoretical knowledge and practical insights. It serves as an inspiration for future collaborations, fostering a dynamic exchange of ideas between professionals and the next generation of leaders in risk management and sustainability.