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What a 500-year-old movement can teach us about reforming capitalism

The global corporation is the most influential institution of our day, more powerful and resilient than all but a few governments. Our current approach to business is not fair, and our system is fraying. 721 more words

Systems Thinking and Population Ecology

Organizations are embedded within complex, interdependent networks.  Yet it can be challenging for business students to conceptualize how organizations interact with others on a broad scale.

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Sensory turn in in management education

Based on our research projects we have been working on developing new teaching offerings from early on. A first attempt was the class Jimmy Schmid invited me to teach in his program on… 262 more words

PRiMEtime Feature: Impact Investing at Business Schools, What’s happening and why you should be taking note

Traditional finance students are perhaps the most sceptical when it comes to sustainability, often failing to see the relevance to them and to their careers. But this is changing significantly. 857 more words

Need for Strong Academic-Industry Nexus

The gaps in relevance, delivery and policy need to be addressed to ensure an MBA programme is effective.

Over the course of the last hundred years, business has transformed the world. 999 more words

My pride, my UBS

In our lives, UBS played the role of a dynamic and bustling airport,
From which we soared in life´s azure skies, enjoying our flights of high… 197 more words

A Vibrant Life!

Director of Hospital Laboratory

Tell me about this job – Responsibilities include directing and coordinating the operations of the Laboratory Department. The areas include performance and testing in hematology, chemistry, blood bank, microbiology, blood processing, pathology, and histology as well as a significant lab outreach program. 147 more words