The students at CBS have higher expectations to our campus and have now initiated the first collaborative initiative for sustainable solutions to some of the biggest challenges from food waste to equality.
Award-winning architects are behind a new building for SDC, the Danish-Chinese university in China. This week’s grand opening of the building also celebrated the on-going collaboration between the two countries on education and research.
How do you assess the value of a company which teaches the youth to solve conflicts? What precedes Denmark’s successful pension system? What is the recipe for sustainable banking? How do you get a job at Google? These are just some of the many questions that CBS addresses at the events in October.
Health care student Jeanette Andresen, along with her group, worked in the City of Copenhagen to aid people suffering from dementia. Now they have experience with consulting, and a large business has shown interest in their conclusions. Their project is part of a new graduate degree in health care at Copenhagen Business School (CBS) that provides students with the tools to renew the health care system.
Public leaders must increase their visibility and demonstrate the value they create, says Anne Reff Pedersen, Professor at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). She is the co-author of a new book, where a head of division at the Danish Security Intelligence Service, a chief nurse and four other public leaders speak in very honest terms about how they have initiated change.
Young people encounter B&O PLAY at festivals, bars and in museums. This year’s HBH Prize, awarded by the HBH Foundation and CBS, goes to Bang & Olufsen’s sub-brand because of its successful approach to attracting a younger market segment.