Most-read alumni stories of the year

Book suggestions for the summer holiday, data on alumni and chair of the board Ole Andersen’s response to “In your own words” are just three of the most popular stories in 2015 from CBS Alumni Update for you to read or reread here.


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Since mid 2015 CBS Alumni has published the CBS Alumni Update newsletter, resulting in numerous stories for and about CBS alumni. If you didn’t get the chance to read all the newsletters, here’s a selection of the most popular stories.

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CBS Alumni by the numbers

The most-read story hands down provided an overview of where CBS alumni live and how many live in your part of the world. Check out a couple of infographics to get a feel for the international nature of CBS alumni.

From the September newsletter

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Academic summer reading

It is okay to read something else than crime novels and non-fiction under the hot summer sun, which might be why many sought suggestions about what to read. Three CBS professors gave their take on relevant academic summer reading that will surely remain just as interesting over the Christmas holidays.

From the June newsletter

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In your own words: Ole Andersen, chairman, partner and adjunct professor

People were immensely interested in reading about businessman Ole Andersen, who among many other positions is chair of the board of Danske Bank. He doesn’t remember his time at CBS for the social aspects because he also held down a full-time job during school. Read about what he experienced at CBS and what moments of his career he sees as the most important.

From the May newsletter

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Get set to involve yourself in the next big startup

Quite a few alumni apparently dream about helping startups. A new seminar series assists CBS alumni thinking about getting involved in one of the hundreds of startups working away each year in Denmark’s largest incubator, Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship.

From the November newsletter

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Get more out of the alumni network on LinkedIn

One of the ways that CBS Alumni keeps in touch is through LinkedIn. So perhaps it should come as no surprise that another hit story included tips about how to take advantage of the CBS alumni network and how to get more out of CBS Alumni’s group on LinkedIn.

From the November newsletter

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