June 8, 2015
One of the best ways to learn something is to experience it firsthand. And one of the most important things today’s managers must learn is how to manage and lead in global environments. That is why CEU Business School offers an intensive module in New York City that immerses students in one of the world’s most vibrant and international cities.
June 1, 2015
Based on a highly successful inaugural year, CEU Business School has announced that it offers a second round of Entrepreneurship Fellowships to support entrepreneurs enrolling in September 2015. This action reflects the School's commitment to sophisticated professional development of high-potential budding entrepreneurs, especially in the CEE region and emerging economies of the world.
May 28, 2015
Hungarian weekly HVG interviewed Zoltan Pogatsa, adjunct senior lecturer at CEU Business School, about his career. Due to copyright regulations the article is available in the weekly (May 28, 2015, p.66. Pogatsa Zoltan)
May 14, 2015
http://www.vg.hu/vallalatok/a-biotechnologia-es-a-robotika-is-versenyez-a-jovo-iparaga-cimert-450036 - Hungarian economic news portal vg.hu reports: According to Gyorgy Bogel, professor of management and director of company programs at CEU Business School, biotechnology and robotics will be among the leading branches of industry in the future.
May 6, 2015
In this op-ed piece, CEU Business School Professor Maciej Kisilowski writes about the obsession with the formal aspect of law and how it contributes, in many ways, to the underlying weakness of the liberal-democratic model of Central European governance. Other contributors to the Aspen Review include: Emmanuel Todd, Marcel Gauchet, Thomas Piketty, Francis Fukuyama, Ivan Krastev, Martin Wolf, Timothy Snyder, Edward Lucas.
April 30, 2015
Hungarian monthly IPM reports about the new book on big data by CEU Business School’s Professor of Management and Director of Company Programs, Gyorgy Bogel. Due to copyright regulations the article is only available in print (April 30, 2015, p.122, Bogel Gyorgy: A BIG DATA okoszisztemaja)
April 27, 2015
Laura Tyson, professor at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley, addressed CEU Business School students, faculty and alumni on April 14. She emphasized that MBA students now constitute a primary driving force shaping business schools and determining what is taught. The future of business schools, she declared, depends on listening to students. Tyson speaks with authority having served as Dean at Berkeley’s Haas School and at London Business School.
April 21, 2015
http://www.vg.hu/vallalatok/a-burokraciara-es-a-korrupciora-panaszkodnak-a-legtobbszor-448602 - Hungarian news portal vg.hu reports: A recent pan-regional survey of foreign senior managers makes clear that a lot needs to be done in terms of decreasing bureaucracy, eliminating corruption, focusing on customer service and taking more managerial responsibility.
April 21, 2015
Co-authored and edited by Professor Peter Hardi of CEU Business School, who also directs the Center for Integrity and Business and Government, and Associate Professor. Davide Torsello of CEU Business School, the goal of this book is to promote a fruitful interdisciplinary dialogue on complex themes such as integrity and corruption in business and politics. The book investigates possible ways in which corruption and integrity apply to everyday practices, ideas and ideologies, and avoids the stigmatizations and oversimplifications that often plague these fields of research.