Entries by CAA

What Else? CEMSies Win the Nespresso MBA Sustainability Challenge

CEMSies across the globe are gaining recognition for their high performance and we’re reaching out to these high flyers to discover the secrets to their success. Representing the Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) the team of Sandra Tersluisen, Clara Nordlander, Chris Royle, and Bob den Hartog, recently took the top spot in the Nespresso MBA […]

Love-All: Bridging the Generational Divide

CEMS headed out to the courts this past Tuesday for day one of the first Benchmarking meeting of 2015. Benchmarking meetings are a twice-annual event, organized by the CEMS Head Office in partnership with other CEMS stakeholders, in which CEMS Corporate Partners and Academic Members are invited to network and discuss HR practices as well […]

Catching up with the CEMSies: Heloise Barbat

The CEMS Alliance warmly welcomes Groupe SEB as a new Corporate Partner. As the world leader in small household equipment, Groupe SEB has over 25,000 employees in 150 countries worldwide and is looking for talented CEMSies. Héloïse Barbat, who spent her CEMS years at HEC and LSE, gives us insights into her work at Groupe […]

Deans & Business Leaders Set the Course for CEMS in Milan

The CEMS Strategic Board convenes once per year and includes rectors and deans of the 29 CEMS academic member schools and senior representatives of CEMS corporate partners, as well as the CEMS Chairman and Executive Director. It defines the vision and mission of CEMS and gives its views and perspectives on categories of activities where […]

Starting from the BottomUp

At first glance, the words “poverty” and “profitability” appear contradictory, however CEMS students Janik Hoehne and Frederik du Bois have no qualms with the two words coexisting. Last year, the two University of Sydney-based CEMSies took a class titled “Poverty Alleviation and Profitability”. 04 Jun 2015

New Dean at Nova School of Business and Economics

Daniel Traça has been nominated as Dean of the CEMS Academic Partner, Nova School of Business and Economics. News of his appointment was recently published in the FT: http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/2/afbe538a-e8da-11e4-b7e8-00144feab7de.html#ax 19 May 2015

CEMS Chairman Featured in the Financial Times

CEMS Chairman and Rector of Bocconi, Professor Andrea Sironi, emphasizes the importance of social mobility and an international education in his interview with Della Bradshaw, the Business Education Editor for the Financial Times. 15 May 2015