Generation next: What will be expected of leaders in a globally interconnected world?

The next generation of leaders has an overwhelming number of options to choose from in the global business world. The CEMS students I teach – many of whom will become future international leaders – sometimes ask my advice on how to best navigate so many opportunities. My response to them is that they are lucky to have so many options, and they no longer have to think in a linear way. To help them focus, however, I encourage them to think clearly about their values and life purpose. So which areas will this next generation of leaders need to focus on in a globally interconnected world?

Read on to learn more from Sunita Malhotra, a professor teaching the CEMS MIM at the Louvain School of Management, published in The Edge Magazine, May 2018:

17 May 2018

Future leaders from nine leading CEMS European business schools launch call for broader action to tackle climate change

150 CEMS Master in International Management students have gathered in Barcelona for unique two-day UN climate negotiations simulation

A two-day simulation of UN climate negotiations in Barcelona kicked off yesterday (14 May) in Barcelona, involving 150 young future business leaders from nine leading European Business schools (33

15 May 2018

Celebrating 20 Years of CEMS at VSE

On Thursday, April 19, 2018, a celebration of 20 Years of CEMS at VŠE took place on the premises of the University of Economics, Prague. Moreover, CEMS Alliance celebrates its 30th anniversary this year.

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The official program started in the early afternoon with various sessions dedicated to Corporate Partners, Alumni, current students, as well as the prospective ones.

30 Apr 2018