Category: Leadership

“The benefits are already being seen”

the benefits of the CBS EMBA

For Susanne Lundby, VP of finance for PensionDanmark, the EMBA at Copenhagen Business School moved her from being a manager to a leader. Her final strategy project for the course was so effective that many of its findings are already being implemented by her employer. The biggest game-changers for me were the leadership and change… Read more »

“There’s no reason to stop learning”

no reason to stop learning

Nathalie Breysse started her CBS Executive MBA journey as a neuroscientist with pharmaceutical company Lundbeck. Combining that expertise with new skills from her EMBA, she bridged the gap to the commercial side of the industry and is now director (global strategic marketing pipeline) with the same company. The pharmaceutical industry is one of innovation, but… Read more »

NeuroLeadership: Knowing Oneself to Lead Better

neuroleadership

Neuroleadership, perched at the intersection of neuroscience and management, has much to offer future leaders by making behavior more predictable. Through the Leadership Discovery Process, the Copenhagen MBA class of 2020 gained insight in this interesting field, writes Prajakta Patil. Coming from an emerging market like India, when I decided to do my MBA it… Read more »

CBS Business Accelerator: Where Ideas Come to Life… Sort of

setting up your own business

Interested in creating and setting up your own business post-MBA? I was, or at least I was curious enough to test if my entrepreneurial ideas would hold up against a rigorous MBA course and a ‘dragon’s den’ created for the occasion. In this post, join me and my two classmates, Nina Lupan and Donald Goff… Read more »

“I was keen to experience Scandinavian education”

scandinavian education

Mohammed Al Hassani lives and works in Oman as CCO of the Zubair Corporation. He believes his long-haul commute to Copenhagen to study for his EMBA is worth every second, and has already gained a fresh perspective on business thanks to the course’s international outlook. Usually people in Oman don’t go to Copenhagen to study…. Read more »

“I wanted to know about the business side of things”

the course nehanced my legal carerr

As an Icelandic supreme court attorney, Herdis Hallmarsdóttir played a key role in litigating one of the world’s biggest bankruptcies. But when she found breathing space in her schedule in 2018, she applied herself to an EMBA at CBS and is set to graduate in 2020. When we concluded negotiations between the Icelandic government and… Read more »