Bernadett Koles, Associate Professor of Management at CEU Business School and Co-Director of the Initiative for Regulatory Innovation research center received the Best Competitive Paper Award - First Rank recognition for her paper that she presented at a conference organized by the International Management Research Academy in May in London. The conference attracted participant from 33 countries, representing academia as well as public and private organizations with a focus on emerging markets.
Bernadett Koles, Associate Professor of Management at CEU Business School received 'Best Competitive Paper Award - First Rank' recognition for her paper that she presented at a conference organized by the International Management Research Academy in May, 2012 in London. The conference attracted participant from 33 countries, representing academia as well as public and private organizations with a focus on emerging markets.
CEU Business School's professor Gyorgy Bogel delivered keynote presentations about the economics of cloud computing on a customer conference series of T-Systems, the IT arm of Hungarian Telecom. Cloud computing is one of the hottest fields of the infocom industry. Prof. Bogel analyzed the cloud-based business model, discussed potential strategic and financial benefits for customers, and highlighted some risks.
When MBA students from Central European University Business School reached the summit of a 27-floor Manhattan office building where they were learning about real estate management on May 1, they witnessed firsthand what the world saw online: One World Trade Center becoming the tallest building in New York City, and reclaiming the spot left empty in the skyline by the 2001 World Trade Center terrorist attack.
It was an emblematic scene on the second day of the students’ intensive, three-credit course on running a company in a global city.
Yusaf Akbar, an associate professor of management and international business at Central European University Business School, describes what many are calling “the Eurozone crisis” as not a crisis at all, but a “process of adjustment.”
He writes in commentary for the web site of Dukascopy, a Swiss FOREX bank, that, “I would not necessarily characterize this situation as a 'crisis,' rather a necessary process of adjustment for the Eurozone, given the fact that some countries entered the
Negotiation is an art required not just of financial and operations professionals. Chief information officers, too, must negotiate with suppliers to strike the best balance possible between costs, products, and services.
The economic woes that have pervaded much of Europe since the start of the financial crisis in 2008 are particularly harsh for people between the ages of 18 and 25. The youth unemployment rate in the European Union has climbed 50% since 2008, and is rising faster than overall jobless rates, according to reporting by The Guardian.
Prof. Buzády, assistant professor of management and organizations, held a very successful masterclass and workshop at the Human Resource Club in Bucharest on April 11, 2012. Over 70 HR professionals attended the event, which covered the latest trends about Generation Y research and explored the new challenges and difficulties they create for traditional, company-wide performance measurement systems. Prof. Buzády has outlined that the Absorption-based Model of Leadership (AMoL) is a versatile tool for coping with these new realities of leadership.
“If your IP is successful, you will face IP issues,” is what intellectual property lawyer Dóra Petrányi cautioned entrepreneurs and business management students at Central European University Business School on March 21.