News

26
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
The pandemic and, as a result, the lockdown stopped all programs based on student mobility. Students stay at home. At the same time, the transition to online forms of teaching by most universities generates opportunities because the physical locations of individual students are no longer relevant. Based on these two premises, we have built a project cooperation program between the students of SGH Warsaw School of Economics and Athena School of Management under the name ‘Virtual Program - Real Results’ (VP-RR).
19
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
Caucasus University, as well as the entire world, is facing a new reality and challenge, caused by the new Corona virus - COVID-19. Our team followed all the recommendations from the state and completely switched to distance learning and online work. In addition, online trainings have been launched by the Caucasus University Training Center, which, thanks to its advantages, is now attended by participants from all over the world.
16
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
Today, being in quarantine caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, business is faced with challenges previously unknown. Both global conglomerates and tiny enterprises are experiencing stress, shock and confusion. KROK Business School (Ukraine, Kyiv), always responding in time to changing circumstances and the business climate, organized a series of activities in April-May 2020 aimed at studying new circumstances and finding optimal solutions for the functioning of Ukrainian enterprises.
12
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
CEEMAN is proud to share with you the Kozminski University vs. Covid-19 report of actions. To inspire, to share, to help. Kozminski University has moved to remote education and you can read all about it the outstanding report they prepared.
07
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
From all other European nations, with the exception of Sweden, the Republic of Belarus is the only country not introducing strict measures to try to slow the spread of the virus. IPM Business School faces a controversial situation and shares its response to the COVID-19 challenges.
07
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
Marge Täks, Head of the Department of Management and lecturer at Estonian Business School, has faced many changes in her life: among others switching from the corporate world to a career in academia. Nevertheless, after returning from holidays in India in March 2020 (which was also the first time she did not take a laptop with her to a journey), she could never have imagined how different the world was, to which she was now returning, and not the same anymore.
07
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
The article by IMTA alumni Wolfgang C. Amann (HEC Paris, Qatar) and Shiv Tripathi (IIHMR University, India) builds an argument why companies must act with greater responsibility at the time of crisis. Theme introduction is followed by critical economic forecasts by international agencies, with further analysis of the implication and justification of the case for moral responsibility and solidarity by private sector.
06
May
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
ABIS – The Academy of Business in Society has published a toolkit that provides an easy to use and experience-based resource to increase the effectiveness of virtual meetings.
25
Apr
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
You are kindly invited to read the article written by Dr. Jun Chen on the topic of Keeping a close eye on the cash conversion cycle: the laws of survival for small and mid-sized enterprises and some policy suggestions during mid-late stage of the COVID-19 epidemic. Dr. Jun Chen is the Head of Accounting and Finance Department and Full Professor of Accounting at School of Management, Zhejiang University, China.
23
Apr
2020
Category:
  • Covid-19
Today there is much discussion among universities about how the education system will look like after such a crisis. Simply transitioning to full online learning is already a great challenge for educators. The Ukrainian Catholic University has succeeded in reconfiguring, but it has not been easy.