More than 24,000 students have registered for a Massive Open Online Course from CBS: The Social Entrepreneurship course is the first of a number of courses where the digital course format is pushed in innovative directions.
A new four-year research project will examine how Danish manufacturing companies can increase profits by selling services with products. The project is financed by DKK 8 million from the Danish Industry Foundation.
There will be trophies, prizes, and an honorary alumni award on 24 October at the CBS Prize Winners' Reception, where The Danish Society for Education and Business and CBS give prizes to students and staff at CBS. Students nominate students, staff nominate staff, and everybody is welcome at the award ceremony.
The Danish Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries has appointed a new think tank to change the food habits of the Danish population. Torben Hansen, Professor of consumer behaviour at CBS, will join the team. He knows how supermarkets can make life easier for the consumer.
For the first time, the cost of untreated ADHD has been estimated for society and the individual. According to a study by the Rockwool Foundation Research Unit conducted by a team of researchers that also included researchers from CBS, the annual cost for society is DKK 2.8 billion.
The first day at CBS for new students is once again characterized by responsibility. In the pipeline is an assignment about Danish chef Claus Meyer's business to give them an experience of the importance of responsibility from day one.
Does an organisation perform better through control of the employees or confidence in them doing their job? Denmark's largest HRM conference will attempt to answer this fundamental question through key notes and presentations from different HR specialists, among them Patty McCord, former Netflix Chief Talent Officer, Niels Duedahl, Business Leader of the Year 2013, and Jan Molin, CBS' Dean of Education.