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  • 10.09.2018

    How do we get through digital transformations sustainably?

    It is said that there will never be a more monumental digital transformation than the one taking place today. CBS will be taking a closer look at this issue at the next CBS Business Connect event on 10 October 2018. We have talked with two of the panellists, a researcher and a tech investor, to illustrate the breadth of the views and observations that will be presented.
  • 10.09.2018

    Public value creation – a new management approach?

    Efficiency cannot be an end in itself, but it can be a means to an end. And the goal must be rooted in how organisations create value in society, says CBS Professor Anne Reff Pedersen, director of the Master of Public Governance (MPG) programme. The topic of this year's MPG conference on Tuesday 25 September at the Danish National Museum is public value creation and the opportunities that lie in the concept of public value as a new management approach.
  • 10.09.2018

    In your own words – Marc Skriver-Bayer, top talent at Q8

    In the space of just a decade, Marc Skriver-Bayer went from office trainee to being PA for the CEO of Q8. Immediately after handing in his Graduate Diploma thesis, he was asked to become Chief Controller for OK-Q8 in Sweden with managerial responsibility for the controller team. In April, he was named one of the top talents on Berlingske Business’ Talent 100 List.
  • 13.06.2018

    This is what CBS Alumni Day 2018 had to offer

    There were happy reunions with former fellow students. There was speed networking with new acquaintances. There was razor-sharp professionalism in terms of insight with this year’s Distinguished Alumna Lise Kingo's thoughts on being a 'change agent' and not least academic presentations on some of the most topical subjects that CBS’ best researchers have to offer. Here are some of the experiences you might have missed. (Photos: Bjarke MacCarthy)
  • 13.06.2018

    Recommended summer reads ’18

    For many of us the summer holiday is the time we finally have time to read books. For that reason, CBS Alumni has asked three CBS scholars to recommend summer reading, both personal and academic. Take a look at what CBS’ new Dean of Education Gregor Halff, Associate Professor Sara Louise Muhr and Associate Professor Niels Thyge Thygesen recommend.
  • 23.04.2018

    One in three Berlingske Talent 100 is once again a CBS alum

    When the Danish 'Berlingske Business Magasin' announced this year’s 100+1 top talent list on 19 April, one-third of them were once again alumni from CBS. The +1 talent was Denmark's youngest mayor, who Berlingske Business itself had picked as an additional talent in its annual Talent 100 magazine.
  • 19.04.2018

    In Your Own Words – Mathilde K. Jakobsen, entrepreneur

    Mathilde Kjærgaard Jakobsen left a successful corporate career to follow her passion and become an entrepreneur. Working for Maersk and Coloplast gave her invaluable business experience and international exposure. It helped her mature and, ultimately, be able to build a business from scratch. One of her companies, Fresh.Land, recently won the Frederiksberg Entrepreneurship Prize 2018 and was featured in Forbes. Mathilde has also been awarded the Women of the Decade 2018 prize by the Women Economic Forum (WEF).
  • 19.04.2018

    #IWillFightFor – equality and diversity in management

    “#IWillFightFor (#JegVilKæmpeFor)… making sure that my children can explain the need for equality as nothing more than a historical triviality, when talking to their children.” This was just one of the many tweets from the large event with 500 participants at the International Women’s Day at CBS, which produced a shared manifesto about women and management.
  • 21.02.2018

    Why 46 CBS alumni choose to ‘pay it forward’ as mentors

    One of the many ways in which CBS’ alumni involve themselves in their alma mater is by being mentors in CBS’ mentor programme. Through five months over the winter, they meet and discuss career perspectives with a group of committed students. This is something that the students – judging by all their feedback –really benefit from. But what do the mentors get out of involving themselves? We have asked four of them.

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