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Archive for October 2018

Trends shaping the future of jobs until 2022

We are at the early stages of the 4th industrial revolution. Unlike the previous industrial revolutions­, the current one is not changing what we do, but rather, is changing us, according to Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF). The opportunities in the new world of work are boundless yet…

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Second Annual “Responsible Research in Management” Award

Call for nominations for the 2018 Responsible Research in Management Award The RRBM community is pleased to announce the second annual Responsible Research in Management Award. RRBM would like to invite their community members to nominate recent empirical research papers or books that exemplify rigorous, credible and useful research into society and business’ greatest challenges. The purpose of responsible research is to…

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EOCCS Certification of Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University

We are happy to congratulate the Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia, for their successful EOCCS certification. The high quality achieved led to the completion of the EOCCS certification process for five of its online courses being part of an online MBA programme. The EFMD Certification Board granted the EOCCS certification to the suite of 5…

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Learning at the Heart of Corporate Transformation

Learning and development have long been at the core of an approach enabling individuals by building their mindsets, knowledge and skills necessary to execute strategies. Moreover, learning and development undoubtedly help individuals navigate their professional careers within a given framework. Talent development is increasingly evolving into an agent of corporate transformation, becoming more of an…

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AHRMIO Webinar – Don’t ditch your performance evaluation just yet!

Rethinking performance management is at the top of many of our organizations’ agendas. The process of annual performance evaluations in disliked by most people managers across industries, and is viewed as an evil annual ritual which generates an enormous amount of work, disrupts the business, and has little or no ROI, considering the small merit…

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“Innovation in Leadership” Corporate Advisory Seminar

In the face of unprecedented changes in the social, economic, technological and political environments worldwide, many organisations are taking a fresh look at what their leaders do and what makes them effective. More, they examine what kind of leadership development will deliver tomorrow’s leaders. Eleven companies have embarked upon an exciting journey by joining the “Innovation…

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The SCG Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2019

Advocating sustainable development and innovation engagement, Sasin School of Management (Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration of Chulalongkorn University) cordially invites graduate student teams in all disciplines (business and non-business) to compete in ‘The SCG Bangkok Business Challenge @ Sasin 2019’, Thailand’s only global intercollegiate post-graduate start-up competition. The competition is co-hosted with Siam Cement Group…

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Thirteen schools successfully reaccredited

We are extending our warmest congratulations to 13 schools that went successfully through the re-accreditation process and reaffirmed their position of the global leading management schools. EQUIS re-accreditation was awarded to the following institutions:   Bond Business School, Australia Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, China LUISS Business School, Italy Otago Business School, University of…

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Grupo Santander got CLIP re-accredited

The impact of the corporate learning function of Grupo Santander was recognized by a CLIP re-accreditation. We are extending our warm congratulations! The Corporate Learning Improvement Process (CLIP) is a unique accreditation run by EFMD that focuses on identifying the key factors that determine quality in the design and functioning of corporate universities and learning organisations. Martin…

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