CBS Research News

This special edition of CBS Research News invites you to discover one of CBS’ high-profile programmes, the Global Executive MBA (GEMBA). You will meet three researchers who are specialists in developing strategies, innovation in Africa and the costs of not taking social responsibility seriously. Read more about which business executives should get on board the MBA train as soon as possible according to the MBA Director, and listen to the CEO of The Danish Football Association and five other executives talk about the value of a CBS MBA.

Head to the top with a Global Executive MBA

Encountering academic challenges on four continents primarily lets you gain a new perspective on yourself and the world. But a Global Executive MBA is also a shortcut to professional development, promotions and a better salary. Interview with MBA Director Poul Hedegaard.

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Strategic planning is like river rafting around large rocks

Professor Marie Louise Mors compares strategic planning to river rafting around large rocks. You can take more than one route and the current can change. On the Global Executive MBA, Mors can equip you with the tools to choose the right path.

Professor Marie Louise Mors compares strategic planning to river rafting around large rocks. You can take more than one route and the current can change. On the Global Executive MBA, Mors can equip you with the tools to choose the right path.

Join the quest for innovation in Africa

CBS can put you on the track to innovation in Africa. With the Global Executive MBA (GEMBA) you’ll meet local and regional companies in Kampala and elsewhere in Uganda that are moving ahead. You’ll gain insight into the framework for doing business in Africa, in addition to new ideas based on the latest technology – and social responsibility.

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Take note – CSR is a bloody financial issue

It’s time to abandon our perception of corporate social responsibility (CSR) as purely do-goodery because if companies don’t have control over their corporate CSR activities, it can have serious consequences for their financial position, says Professor Andreas Rasche. As part of CBS’ Global Executive MBA, he explains the importance of modern companies taking CSR seriously.

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What do top executives say about their Executive MBA?

Read what six top executives have gained from the Global Executive MBA and Executive MBA.

Read what six top executives have gained from the Global Executive MBA and Executive MBA.

The page was last edited by: Communications // 06/20/2018