MBS Strengthens Its Women in Leadership Expertise

February 12, 2019

Last week, MBS Professor Dr. Patricia Kraft (rightmost on the picture above) and Chancellor Nathalie von Seyfried (leftmost; with Anna Kopp, host Anna Rossi, and Magdalena Oehl [f. l. t. r.]) visited the latest edition […]

Bachelor Business Projects: Managers – Not Bachelors

February 27, 2018

There are three recipes for successful job applications. Knowledge? Performance? Grades? No. What guarantees success is, firstly: practical experience, secondly: practical experience, and thirdly: practical experience. While society is still oriented towards pure performance parameters, […]

MBS Hosts “Family Affairs” Alumni Lecture Series

January 24, 2018

Yesterday’s “Family Affairs” event marked the beginning of a four-part lecture series at MBS that focuses on the joy and challenges of entering, leading, changing, and exiting a family business. The series will feature several […]

Intuition as a Basis for Business Decisions

December 12, 2017

Thanks to digitization and globalization, it is becoming more and more important in today’s business world for decisions to be made quickly. However, although it was never easier to collect comprehensive data for a decision […]

Learning in the Era of Digital Transformation

December 5, 2017

“Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other.” John F. Kennedy Digital transformation, i.e., the integration of digital technology into all areas of business, is significantly influencing all aspects of learning – the who, why, […]

Disruptive Organizations

November 21, 2017

Breaking New Grounds Departing from familiar paths to look for new ways, leaving everything behind – that‘s hard. Those who do not adapt to ever changing environmental conditions are at a disadvantage. This piece of […]

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