Two researchers from CBS receive an Elite Research prize from the Ministry of Higher Education and Science. Professor Poul Fritz Kjær, whose focus is on how legal and economic processes impact each other, is awarded the prize for being an outstanding researcher, while PhD Student Charlotte Cator, who studies sustainable cities, receives a travel scholarship.
Crises and times of crisis have a special anatomy, which leaders need to be better prepared to understand. It is about thinking leadership, organisation, new ways of collaborating - and not least changing the success criteria.
Torben Möger Pedersen has been reappointed for the position as chairman of the CBS Board for a new four-year period, and Lilian Mogensen has been reappointed as an external member of the Board for another four-year period.
First published in 2006, Keld Laursen and Ammon Salter’s paper, ‘Open for innovation: The role of openness in explaining innovation performance among U.K. manufacturing firms’ is the all-time most cited CBS scientific paper.
Vi skal gøre de unge i stand til at navigere i en stadig mere kompleks verden og tage ansvar for virksomhedernes og samfundets udvikling, skriver Nikolaj Malchow-Møller og Inger Askehave, rektor og prorektor, i denne klumme bragt i Børsen den 26. januar 2023
For years, we have focused on fast-growing software companies, but a new partnership between
the business sector and academia will reconsider how to finance and develop technology companies to succeed with the green transition
The complexity of leadership continues to increase with the external challenges that firms are facing. Copenhagen Business School will establish a leadership centre to generate more knowledge and ensure a fruitful dialogue between practitioners and researchers.