Feedback from recruiters and alumni see the school hit new heights
A new leadership and talent development program in Germany teaches managers to get the best out of millennials
Is Europe recovering from the financial crisis fast enough? Misconceived policies have caused unnecessary pain and a longer-term fallout for some, says Alfredo Pastor in his blog post, which looks at Lessons Learned. For example, was wage lowering in Spain entirely necessary? It seems the biggest lesson of all is that age-old principles and longstanding doctrines should be questioned as vigorously as new ones…
3D Printing… Total connectivity… Automation… Big data: the rise of the machines is happening. But how do you streamline today while preparing for the Industry 4.0 transition of tomorrow?
Join Prof. Marc Sachon and EOS’ Kai Witter as they discuss digitization and the shifts in process technology at the webinar on December 14.
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Despite evidence to the contrary, there are still plenty of climate change deniers out there – the most prominent being the new U.S. President. But could the very issue he rebuffs be responsible for some of the conflict and migration he seeks to curb?
In his blog post, Sebastian Reiche looks at some scary stats that suggest that we can no longer afford to deny climate change…