CBS er efter fire års fravær tilbage på verdenskortet, når det kommer til case competitions for bachelorstuderende. CBS-holdets imponerende sejr i den australske ”Undergraduate Business Case Competition” udløste en invitation til ”Champions Trophy” i New Zealand i februar.
Studerende bliver dygtigere og virksomheder vokser mere, når medarbejderne er uddannet af forskere. Stort CBS forskningsprojekt finansieret af Novo Nordisk Fonden skal for første gang kortlægge effekterne i dybden. Tidlig rapport viser, at virksomheder, som samarbejder med universiteter har højere vækst.
Oikos Copenhagen and Green Week 2015 invite sustainably operating businesses to join this year’s Sustainability Business Fair on March 25 10:00-14:00 at CBS, Solbjerg Plads. The event aims to show students how companies implement sustainability agendas today and provides a platform for information exchange.
CBS Executive offers several events and courses in the coming months. You can join a free event on how to work strategically with Big Data or join summer courses on Human Capital Analysis or Human Resource Management.
Diversity Day is the day that the importance of diversity and sustainability is impressed upon CBS students. The day focuses on best practices in companies – how do they use core competences for creating a financially and socially sustainable organization? Companies are invited to join Diversity Day by having a stand at CBS, Solbjerg Plads campus as good examples.
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.