According to CBS Professor Tor Hernes’ new book, the past is not just the past. The past is mouldable and something that a business owner must face, because a company’s future is influenced by the parts of the past we choose to focus on.
A unique player in the Danish corporate sector has been appointed adjunct professor of creative leadership by CBS. The businessman behind brands such as Hummel, Christian Stadil, will share his insight into entrepreneurship and management philosophy with students at CBS.
Aligning the various parts of a business model is a crucial challenge for companies. A new book by Thomas Ritter, Professor at CBS, provides tools for analysing and developing the most important elements of a business model.
When a company successfully challenges market conventions and turns them upside down, they are called black swans. But how do companies like Ryanair or Apple succeed? According to a new book from two CBS professors, the reason is a lack of reverence for strategic tenets and textbooks. The book has been an eye-opener to Jørgen Buhl Rasmussen, President and CEO of Carlsberg.
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 a wide array of speakers.
The interest in the CBS Career Fair has been massive this semester. The CBS Career Centre reports that the number of company stands has been expanded. But even though the coming fair boasts the largest number of company stands in the history of the fair, there is still not enough space for everyone interested in the event. It may very well already be time for companies to start considering attending the spring fair.