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In this episode of Outside the Box, we meet Majken Schultz, PH.D and Professor of Management and Organization Studies at the Department of Organization at CBS. Despite changing trends and mainstream beliefs she has continued to go her own ways – in other words: she is ‘Outside the Box’.بقلم CBS WIRE
 
His journey began on a skateboard, then he turned to the violin before moving on to flipping records in underground clubs around Copenhagen. It took a while before he found his niche, but ever since he became a professor he has never looked back; He has only been eager to know more about the power of technologies.In this episode of Outside the Box,…
 
In this episode of Outside the Box, we meet Martin Skrydstrup, Anthropologist and Associate Professor at the Department of Management, Society and Communication at CBS. He’s a true adventurer who calls himself an ‘outsider’ which, of course, makes him the perfect candidate for Outside the Box.بقلم CBS WIRE
 
In this episode of Outside the Box, we meet Irene Rosberg, Programme Director of the Blue MBA at CBS. For the past 20 years, she has been educating high-potential shipping executives. But although it might sound a long time to some, that’s not the case for Irene. Because as she says: “the shipping industry is like a river – always moving”.Her forme…
 
Student Guidance Counselor Thomas Gylling: When he lost his “academic virginity” at CBS in 1986, he was completely mind-blown. Back then, it was all about excitement and having fun. But for today’s students, things have changed.In this episode of Outside the Box, we meet Student Guidance Counselor at CBS, Thomas Gylling. He’s a guy who owns 70 pair…
 
Just as she graduated with a degree in mining engineering, the coal industry collapsed. Overnight, six years of hard studies at Karaganda Polytechnic Institute in Kazakhstan were useless. In this episode of Outside the Box, we meet Dana Minbaeva, Professor and Vice-President for International Affairs at CBS. Once, she speculated in currencies while…
 
Every semester he takes his students by surprise. Why? To show them not to judge a book by its cover. In this very first episode of a new CBS WIRE podcast series, we visit Stefan Kirkegaard Sløk-Madsen, an External Lecturer at CBS. He is a red-hot liberalist, but also a punk rocker. Under his formal clothing, he has heaps of tattoos. He believes in…
 
In this podcast series, we take a snapshot in time and speak with people from CBS about their feelings, experiences, daily routines and “Thoughts during a pandemic”. Have they learned anything about themselves for better or worse? Have their priorities changed? How do they make everyday life work? And how are they feeling deep down? Listen to the p…
 
In this podcast series, we take a snapshot in time and speak with people from CBS about their feelings, experiences, daily routines and “Thoughts during a pandemic”. Have they learned anything about themselves for better or worse? Have their priorities changed? How do they make everyday life work? And how are they feeling deep down? Listen to the p…
 
In this podcast series, we take a snapshot in time and speak with people from CBS about their feelings, experiences, daily routines and “Thoughts during a pandemic”. Have they learned anything about themselves for better or worse? Have their priorities changed? How do they make everyday life work? And how are they feeling deep down? Listen to the p…
 
“It’s a struggle. I don’t think I could do it,” says Stefan Kirkegaard Sløk-Madsen, PhD in Economics from CBS, about being single. But a lot of people are single. In fact, Denmark has about 1.6 million singles. Including myself. In this podcast, we explore the role of finances in forming relationships, and this includes a dive into the dating scene…
 
In this podcast series, we take a snapshot in time and speak with people from CBS about their feelings, experiences, daily routines and “Thoughts during a pandemic”. Have they learned anything about themselves for better or worse? Have their priorities changed? How do they make everyday life work? And how are they feeling deep down? Listen to the p…
 
In this podcast series, we take a snapshot in time and speak with people from CBS about their feelings, experiences, daily routines and “Thoughts during a pandemic”. Have they learned anything about themselves for better or worse? Have their priorities changed? How do they make everyday life work? And how are they feeling deep down? Listen to the p…
 
Have you ever felt so alone at CBS that you wondered if anyone would notice if you suddenly disappeared? Earlier this year, The Danish Association of Masters and PhDs released a study showing that one in every nine students at Danish universities have experienced loneliness. And CBS students are no exception. In this CBS WIRE podcast episode, you’l…
 
“Luck is not a business model” – these are apparently the words of the American celebrity chef and author Anthony Bourdain. But if luck isn’t a business model, where does that leave us? In this podcast, you’ll meet Thomas Ritter, professor at the Department of Strategy and Innovation at CBS. He has researched companies, and how they earn money, for…
 
In this podcast, students, staff members and the President of CBS share their thoughts, feelings, expectations, and concerns about their first day at CBS. Some had their first day 23 years ago, while others just started this September. Hear the funny, cute and exciting anecdotes about picking the right clothes, having butterflies in the stomach, an…
 
Money comes in different shapes, sizes and colors, and they can also be just digits on a bank account. Money isn’t worth the same in every country, and there more digital money in the world than physical money. In this podcast, CBS WIRE has asked PhD Fellow Stefan Kirkegaard Sløk-Madsen to decipher the concept of money which leads to a discussion a…
 
What do cars in Zambia, the climate and the fashion industry have in common? Well, for CBS students Shantel Fikile Mbulo, Alexander Kjøller and Charlotte Piller, these areas inspire them to take action in the battle for a more sustainable world. They call themselves ‘Sustainable Influencers’, and they’re doing everything they can to inspire us all …
 
Stress levels among Danish students are skyrocketing. Since 2013, the number of students between the ages of 25 to 34 who feel stressed has risen from 29.3 to 41.3 percent. And there’s nothing to indicate that the curve will stop its upward climb. But what’s the best way to handle the familiar cocktail of physical stress and guilt that crop up duri…
 
After seven years as president of Copenhagen Business School. Per Holten-Andersen says goodbye to the school that has taken up most of his waking hours since he took on the task of delivering financial stability, international recognition and world-class education. Before he vacates the chair for his successor, Nikolaj Malchow-Møller, we got hold o…
 
CBS came under heavy fire when it became clear that professor Mads Mordhorst had apologized for singing Kai Hoffman and composer Carl Nielsen’s ‘Den danske sang er en ung blond pige/The Danish song is a young blonde girl’ during a morning meeting at the school. The apology was given because a teacher present at the meeting felt excluded by the song…
 
December is upon us and it’s once again time for the dreaded and celebrated Christmas dinner – the Danish ‘julefrokost’. The annual cocktail of schnapps, Christmas beer and copy room canoodling are an institution in Denmark. But that doesn’t prevent us from feeling a substantial amount of guilt and shame the morning after. We had a chat with theolo…
 
It often dictates what we’ll have for dinner, where we’ll go on our next vacation, and what Christmas presents we’ll buy for our loved ones. Yes, you guessed it – price. Those small digits that determine the value of our needs and desires. PHD fellow Stefan Sløk-Madsen gave us a better understanding of the concept of price when we asked him: Why is…
 
It’s not every day that a Master thesis from CBS gets to do the media rounds. Nonetheless it can happen (as three students from Political Communication and Management found out) if you criticize some of the most watched, heard and read political news satire formats in the whole of Denmark. Stine Bagger Vium, Vibeke Finnemann Scheel and Caroline Boa…
 
Together with bandmates Selina Gin and Maria Juntunen Signe Tobiassen has created one of Denmark’s biggest musical successes – the band Nelson Can. It’s not only because they have a load of great songs they also have a great flair for the business part of the music scene. Unlike many musicians Signe Tobiassen has no problem calling herself a busine…
 
If you just take one look at the webpage of an average newspaper, there is no doubt. We’ve got plenty of things to be afraid of. Terror, hurricanes, floods, different kinds of medicine and wolf packs to name a few. But do we fear what we need to fear or what we are told to fear? Tune in to find out how we separate hot air from real danger with prof…
 
It happens every year. Young Danes apply for their dream education and the media responds with article upon article about which courses can display the most jaw-dropping Grade Point Average. As is customary, International Business at CBS draws headlines with its entry requirements busting the 7-point grading scale – and this year was no different. …
 
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