Hear about the success behind Danske Bank’s MobilePay app, get the recipe for leadership that doubles profits from a behavioural expert and columnist for the Harvard Business Review, or identify four potential growth waves with CBS experts.
Researchers anticipate that more supermarket chains will close because they fail to challenge the assumption that big shop units are more effective. New CBS report focuses on the Danish groceries trade.
The chair of the board at Danske Bank, Ole Andersen, will share his practical experience with board work at CBS. Newly appointed as adjunct professor, he will hold his inaugural lecture, “Board dynamics and board leadership”, on Thursday 26 March 2015.
On Friday two Professors from Harvard University and a Professor from the University of Leeds will be appointed honorary doctors. Attend their inaugural lectures, also on Friday, and hear about the 'global factory', household finance and nudging.
The recently completed quota 2 application round shows that more students are applying for CBS as their 1st priority. Business Administration and Information Systems, Business Administration and Psychology, Business Administration and Commercial Law and the majority of the English-taught programmes have seen a significant increase in applicants. CBS is increasing its intake via quota 2.
A top player in the Danish corporate sector will become Adjunct Professor and one of the world's most quoted professors will visit CBS. March is also the month for CBS Green Week and some important days for people considering a study programme at CBS.
Denmark faces a change in ownership of 17,000 businesses over the next decade. A new report takes stock of owner-managed businesses in terms of ownership, management, board and generational change. The figures are presented today at a conference arranged by Centre for Owner-Managed Businesses, CBS.