Although his professional life has already held many defining moments, Poul Skovgaard sometimes misses having the time for immersion that his studies at CBS offered. However, he has never let completely go of CBS. In addition to having regular contact – and annual get-togethers – with his former classmates, Poul Skovgaard also acts as an external examiner.
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.
Over the last two years CBS has focused on developing massive open online courses, or MOOCs, which has recently led to CBS winning a competition to offer a number of courses on Coursera, the world’s largest MOOC site. The people behind CBS’ courses are convinced that MOOCs are particularly relevant for alumni.
Alumna Charlotte Wittenkamp believes strongly in networks. Active on Copenhagen Business School Alumni’s LinkedIn group, she takes part in numerous networks and otherwise helps others to ward off culture shock, something she experienced in 1998 when she suddenly accompanied her husband to California, where she still lives today.
A new seminar series will help 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 (CSE).
1,901 alumni live in Great Britain. But how many of them live in London, what field do they work in, and how can you get in touch with them? Here you’ll find tips on how to get the most out of the alumni network and CBS Alumni’s networking group on LinkedIn.
CBS Alumni has asked Flemming Poulfelt, Vice Dean of Research Communication and Professor at CBS, to recommend a book within his field of research; international management. Read what he recommends and find out what he is reading right now.