Public leaders must increase their visibility and demonstrate the value they create, says Anne Reff Pedersen, Professor at Copenhagen Business School (CBS). She is the co-author of a new book, where a head of division at the Danish Security Intelligence Service, a chief nurse and four other public leaders speak in very honest terms about how they have initiated change.
Young people encounter B&O PLAY at festivals, bars and in museums. This year’s HBH Prize, awarded by the HBH Foundation and CBS, goes to Bang & Olufsen’s sub-brand because of its successful approach to attracting a younger market segment.
As a result of a strategic prioritisation, CBS will adjust its programme portfolio. The programmes will be altered towards an increased focus on business administration and digitalisation, and less on business languages.
CBS is placed 38th out of 95 programmes on Financial Times' recently published global ranking of business school master programmes. According to Henrik Sornn-Friese, Academic Director, CBS can be proud of this placement.
CBS’ first Business Connect event connected the more than 300 friends of CBS through a three-hour information and insight- packed event, focusing on just about all aspects pertaining to entrepreneurship – spanning from its DNA and nurture to growth prerequisites and Danish government policies.
The winner of the is B&O Play this year. The prize worth DKK 50,000 is awarded at a ceremony at CBS. At the same time, the master thesis of the year will be announced among the students who wrote their thesis about VELUX – last year’s winner of the HBH Prize.