Entries by CAA

Digital Upskilling

Last December, L’Oréal held a Skill Seminar on ‘Digital Upskilling’ at NHH. The idea for this seminar was launched by Marie van Beijeren, NHH CEMS Corporate Relations Manager and Project Coordinator who worked with Laura Feist to design the seminar. Joining the group was Matthijs van der Putten, L’Oréal Nordic Chief Marketing Officer, who created […]

Role play: an innovative approach to climate change teaching

In times of turbulent international relations, policy on its own cannot solve the problem of climate change. Businesses will play an important role in leading the transformation towards a low-carbon world, because they have the capability to develop new solutions. Learn more from Johanna Bocklet, Research Associate at the Chair of Energy Economics, University of […]

Catching Up with CEMSies: Christopher Royle with EF

Many CEMS graduates have chosen to work with CEMS Corporate Partners. In this interview series, we investigate how they have been doing. Today, we catch up with Christopher Royle who completed his CEMS MIM programme in 2015 with HEC, France and Stockholm School of Economics, Sweden. He is currently working in Shanghai on EF’s latest […]

CEMS in Forbes: Global Network Powers Management Education

Business is changing fast, but MBA enrollments in the U.S. are shrinking. How to stay relevant? A group of top global business schools belong to a global alliance committed to educating and preparing future generations of international business leaders. Full article can be found here: https://www.forbes.com/sites/tomvanderark/2018/08/08/global-network-powers-management-education/#5aae8e2454e4 21 Aug 2018

CEMS Series for IEDP, Stopping Tax Evasion: Detection Probability Vs Moral Persuasion

A large field experiment involving Norwegian taxpayers underreporting foreign income reveals that the probability of detection deters the greatest number of potential non-compliant taxpayers; moral arguments sways fewer non-compliant taxpayers but inspires those who listen to significantly increase their reported income. The authors of this research teach on the CEMS Masters in Management program at […]

CEMS Series for IEDP, Transgenerational Entrepreneurship In Family Businesses

Managing the family as well as the family business, maintaining dynamic portfolios of businesses, and ensuring continued family control of the organization are some of the factors for keeping family businesses entrepreneurial across generations. The author of this research, Maria Jose Parada, teaches on the CEMS Masters in Management program at ESADE – and this […]

Building bridges into the Future

The CEMS Global Alliance Strategic Board was hosted by the Koç University Graduate School of Business in Turkey this week to discuss the future of business education and the different aspects of talent, as future leaders are becoming actors of disruption. Istanbul, Wednesday, 30 May 2018 01 Jun 2018