Top talents with CBS degrees, Christian Stadil’s advice for investors and entrepreneurs, and what it takes to become part of the power elite. These are among the most popular stories from CBS Alumni in 2016. Read or re-read the stories here.
Friends are everything when you study at CBS. That is what comes to mind when Merete Wedell-Wedellsborg looks back on her time as a PhD student. A time that meant both passing through “the valley of despair” and many hours of the night in front of her desk.
For several years CBS Executive has offered the management programme Leading Women, which equips women to follow their career ambitions. But why is this programme needed, what do the participants gain from it, and can women train themselves for top jobs in this way? We posed these questions to programme director, Louise Rygaard Jonas.
His time as a student at CBS was often spent in the back with a free newspaper. Lately he has found himself in front of a class of CBS students teaching. Jacob Kildebogaard can pride himself of many achievements in his short but impressive career.
How do you balance the need for a finely-tuned, effectively running IT system and the need for constant innovation of your IT systems? In a new book, professor emeritus Niels Bjørn-Andersen has gathered 14 cases from companies coping with this challenge.
When companies develop strong ties to alumni, there are rewards to reap - for the companies as well as alumni. That is the conclusion of a recent research project in which Assistant Professor Florence Villesèche was involved.
CBS alumni feel a strong connection to CBS. Recently, 1,250 alumni responded to a survey and their answers show just that. See what your fellow alumni think of their relationship to CBS and how they want to celebrate CBS’ 100th anniversary in 2017.