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13
Dec
2018
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  • CEEMAN
Major international events in 2015 have led to a new sustainable development (SD) agenda for the next 15 years. At all levels, from global to local, and in all sectors, from business to government, from NGOs to education, thousands of initiatives have been launched to support the different SD goals defined by basic UN documents, such as the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. The Agenda defined 17 goals of SD to achieve by 2030. The United Nations Global Compact transformed general objectives described by other UN documents into 10 principles, which is a United Nations initiative to encourage businesses worldwide to adopt sustainable and socially responsible policies. Higher educational institutions (HEIs) realised that they have the specific role to empower faculty, administrators, staff and students to be effective change agents and drivers of a more sustainable global society.
06
Dec
2018
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  • CEEMAN
Her Excellency, Mrs. Florence Ferrari, French Ambassador to Slovenia, awarded Prof. Danica Purg, Dean and Director of IEDC-Bled School of Management and President of CEEMAN with the highest French order of merit: National Order of the Legion of Honour (Chevalier de l’Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur). The ceremony took place at the French residence in Ljubljana on December 5, 2018.
05
Dec
2018
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  • Partners
The future of Greek and European agriculture in the digital era was dynamically debated at the AgriBusiness Forum 2018, taking place in Serres, Greece, on 1 - 3 November 2018.
04
Dec
2018
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  • CEEMAN
We are delighted to announce that CEEMAN International Quality Accreditation (CEEMAN IQA) was awarded to the University of the Free State Business School in Bloemfontein, South Africa.
03
Dec
2018
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  • Members
During the LvBS Leadership Day that took place at Lviv Business School (LvBS) of the Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU) on 17 November, three school graduates were given LvBS alumni awards. These are awards in categories that indicate the level of impact in business life, education, and the social sector.
03
Dec
2018
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  • Members
Two new Master’s programs have been launched at Pforzheim Business School. With approximately 6,200 students, Pforzheim University is one of the largest universities for applied sciences in the German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg.
01
Dec
2018
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  • Members
In November 2018, KROK Business School launched a new program called Masters of Global Business Management (MGBM). The first international group of students includes representatives from six countries: Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, the United Arab Emirates, and Turkey.
01
Dec
2018
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  • Members
More than 120 leaders from 20 countries attended IEDC’s International Annual Presidents’ Forum with Dr. Daniel Susskind from the University of Oxford. The impact of technology on business, and leadership in particular, was explored by leadership experts Prof. Pierre Casse and Prof. Paul Claudel, while an extra dimension to the debate was brought by Mr. Frank Barz of T-Systems International, Deutsche Telekom and Mr. Nicholas Zhang of Huawei.
30
Nov
2018
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  • Members
Riga Technical University (RTU) researchers of the Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Department of Modelling and Simulation have developed the Integrated Acceptance and Sustainability Assessment Model to evaluate management, the quality of existing or new technology, domain potential, sustainability and society acceptance in one system management. The new model is particularly important for all stakeholders and interested parties: users, developers and investors.
30
Nov
2018
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  • Members
In 2017, Wrocław University of Economics initiated an innovative didactic project aimed at building the Student-Academia-Business relationship. The Business Individual Program of Studies (BIPS) recruited the first group of students in the beginning of 2018 and now the second edition of the program is coming up.