CEEMAN Research reports

17
Oct
2016
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The report presents views of CEEMAN members about likely future developments in management education and the particular challenges of a digital world. A total of 206 responses were recorded from 70 institutions in 36 countries. Discover how business schools are delivering management education for a digital world and the challenges they face to do so effectively.
13
Oct
2015
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
Read the report on CEEMAN activities in the 2014/2015 academic year. The report includes summaries of the most important events (22nd CEEMAN Annual Conference), seminars (IMTA 2015, PMS 2015), International Quality Accreditation, competitions, publications, partnerships, CEEMAN membership, plans for 2016 and more.
13
Feb
2015
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The survey (conducted in 2014) looks, among other things, at the share of institutions that include technology-facilitated content delivery in their programs (either in fully online or blended format), management subjects that are more often covered with the help of technology, use of technology tools to enhance teaching-learning experiences, extent of use and perceived effectiveness of various online marketing tools and social media, the use of massive open online courses (MOOCs), as well as the use of technology tools and systems in the institution’s operations or administration.
20
Mar
2013
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The goal of this Collection is to provide short summaries of “what works” when it comes to integrating the issue of poverty into management education.
23
May
2012
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The Collection of Best Practices and Inspirational Solutions for Fighting Poverty through Management Education is the initial version of the future online platform from which management educators around the globe could benefit, but also contribute to by sharing their own experiences on including poverty-related issues into management education.
23
May
2012
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The PRME Anti-Poverty Working Group Report on Fighting Poverty through Management Education: Challenges, Opportunities, Solutions, based on a global survey in 70 countries, is one of the resource materials for the 3rd PRME Global Forum "The Future We Want" in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on 14-15 June 2012
23
Jan
2012
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
Hidden Champions in CEE and Dynamically Changing Environments Research Report
21
Oct
2010
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
Final Report - 2010 Survey on Global Poverty as a Challenge for Management Education; October 2010
15
Nov
2009
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The survey, conducted by CEEMAN in 2009, assesses how business schools perceive the global crisis and its impact on business education and leadership development. In this respect the survey will also examine business schools’ responses in terms of innovations in areas critical for their customer focus such as faculty development, research, and the development of an educational portfolio that meets the changing demand and needs of schools’ learning partners.
01
Dec
2008
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
CEEMAN SURVEY Management Education: Corporate Social Responsibility and Poverty Executive Summary
01
Dec
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The research project on 'the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition' was implemented by the Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN) and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation. Conducted in two phases in 1998 and 2000, the project covered selected enterprises in nine countries: Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, and Slovenia (1998); and Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary and Ukraine (2000). It concentrates on the issue of management training needs in manufacturing and service sector enterprises, with the aim of understanding training processes, approaches and practice in order to evaluate how training has been used as a response to evolving business needs and how it can be further developed in the future.
01
Dec
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
The research project on 'the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition' was implemented by the Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN) and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation. Conducted in two phases in 1998 and 2000, the project covered selected enterprises in nine countries: Bulgaria, Poland, Romania, the Russian Federation, and Slovenia (1998); and Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary and Ukraine (2000). It concentrates on the issue of management training needs in manufacturing and service sector enterprises, with the aim of understanding training processes, approaches and practice in order to evaluate how training has been used as a response to evolving business needs and how it can be further developed in the future.
25
Nov
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on ‘the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition’ in various Central and Eastern European countries, conducted in 1998 and 2000. The project was implemented by CEEMAN and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation.
19
Nov
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on ‘the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition’ in various Central and Eastern European countries in 1998 and 2000. The project was implemented by CEEMAN and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation.
18
Nov
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on ‘the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition’ in various Central and Eastern European countries conducted in 1998 and 2000. The project was implemented by CEEMAN and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation.
18
Nov
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on ‘the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition’ in various Central and Eastern European countries, conducted in 1998 and 2000. The project was implemented by CEEMAN and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation.
17
Nov
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on ‘the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition’ in various Central and Eastern European countries in 1998 and 2000. The project was implemented by CEEMAN and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation.
16
Nov
2001
Publication source:
  • CEEMAN
This report is one of a series prepared as an integral part of an international research project on ‘the Assessment of Management Training Needs at the Achieved Level of Transition’ in various Central and Eastern European countries, conducted in 1998 and 2000. The project was implemented by CEEMAN and was sponsored by the European Training Foundation.