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  • 05.01.22
    What can be done about a problem rooted in structures and cultures? We can begin by understanding its conditions. So says Bontu Lucie Guschke, who is a PhD student at CBS. Back in November, she won the Fonnesbæk PhD Prize for her research on harassment and discrimination in organisations.
  • 20.12.21
    Sustainable procurement is unavoidable for companies who wish to contribute specifically to the green transition. A new CBS initiative provides the knowledge companies need.
  • 16.12.21
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    In our digital age, companies need more than just a digital footprint to get ahead of the game. Increasingly, many companies – both large and small, established or start-ups – are implementing digital strategies.
  • 08.12.21
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    A project about blockchain technology will, among other things, ensure that Danish businesses are on board when the traceability of products becomes a pivotal competitive parameter.
  • 06.12.21
    Public trust in the Danish authorities is strong – can the digital transformation sustain that trust? What effects will a digital government have on citizen engagement, and will we still be able to hold the authorities accountable?
  • 29.11.21
    Torben Pedersen – Datadreven innovation
    What exactly is data-driven innovation and why will this become crucial to future economic growth?
  • 29.11.21
    Attila Márton
    Alongside the many advances and benefits that digitalisation has brought along, there have also been fake news, addictive apps and the polluting of our social discourse. Associate Professor Attila Márton from the Department of Digitalization at CBS gives his view on how we can deal with what he calls digital trash.
  • 24.11.21
    Mari-Klara Stein
    How will our jobs evolve in the digital transformation and what are the implications of digital work on our emotional wellbeing and job satisfaction?
  • 23.11.21
    If we do not learn to understand the logics and pitfalls that data-driven systems bring along, the ethical and societal consequences may become insurmountable, says CBS Professor Mikkel Flyverbom.
  • 08.11.21
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    Understanding the mechanisms of value creation from an ever-increasing number of multicultural employees in the global workforce is crucial. Yet competitive advantages cannot be derived from simply employing multicultural personnel argues a new study from Copenhagen Business School.