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  • 04.01.2018

    CBS in January

    CBS starts 2018 with a variety of events. Meet an influential American HR professor, get updated on the latest tendencies within customer satisfaction and learn what several years of studies of the entrepreneur reveal.
  • 21.12.2017

    A new hope of environmentally friendly world-wide shipping

    Right now the environment is the biggest loser, when our goods travel halfway around the world. CO2, methane and other emissions are among the worst offenders. But with a two-digit million dollar amount from a Canadian council, CBS Maritime is going to help lead a larger global cooperation. The aim is greener shipping.
  • 19.12.2017

    When did the season of love become commercial?

    Consumption typically goes up by 25 percent in the month of December and more shops stay open until ten pm the day before Christmas Eve. But when did the season of love, Christmas, become commercialised? Professor Bent Meier Sørensen, who has a background in theology and philosophy, addresses this question in an interview with journalist Matilde Hørmand-Pallesen.
  • 15.12.2017

    New book on managerial mindsets as a mental cage

    Big data strategies often fizzle out because the senior management are unaware that their mindsets cognitively limit their vision and consequently their options available for action.
  • 30.11.2017

    CBS in December

    How can cultural institutions apply Big Data? How much risk is enough for an economy? What can leaders learn from the music industry? Attend some of CBS' many events in December.
  • 17.11.2017

    Listen to the participants' reactions from CBS Impact Day

    More than 400 people were present at CBS’ largest auditorium to discuss what Denmark will live off in the future. We asked five participants what they learned from the day that also marked the end of CBS' centenary year.
  • 17.11.2017

    CBS to orchestrate major venture in registry research

    CBS is in charge of coordinating a comprehensive data warehouse with a budget of 80 million Danish kroner. This will also provide Danish social science research with the opportunity to conduct studies that cannot be performed anywhere else in the world.

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