ESMT Berlin has updated its brand identity with a new logo, color scheme, and tagline “Business as unusual.” This brand transformation comes a little more than 20 years after the international business school’s founding and illustrates its forward-looking identity.
Beatrix Becker, head of business development at ESMT Berlin, argues that scholarships for female executives are a strategic investment towards gender equity in top management and gives an overview of the scholarships ESMT offers.
Nan Guo, program director at ESMT Berlin, provides three strategies that may seem surprisingly different but effectively harness the natural styles and preferences of women to enhance workplace visibility.
Tudor Dima, ESMT MIM graduate and participant in the Responsible Leaders Fellowship, reflects on his work with 2.5 Ventures, an organisation that’s part of the national ‘Coalition for Impact’ project, which fosters the growth of impact businesses across six major Brazilian cities.
Alumni Mohamed Al-Mokhtar originally from Cameroon, shares how receiving the Developing Country Scholarship and therefore the chance to study a Master’s in Management at ESMT Berlin shaped his career and life path.
ESMT Berlin, a leader in innovative business education, is significantly expanding its sustainability focus across all facets of the international business school. Building upon a decade of highly successful sustainability initiatives, it is bringing together its diverse and effective programs under one roof: the ESMT Institute for Sustainable Transformation.
The white paper “Biotech Innovation Hubs in Germany – Divided and Conquered?” by the Institute for Deep Tech Innovation (DEEP) at ESMT Berlin and the international consulting group BCG introduces the Biotech Innovation Hub Index (BIHI) to assess and compare the effectiveness of such hubs in Europe and the U.S.
MBA Crystal Ball spoke with Rebecca Loades, director of MBA programs at ESMT, to find out more about how business schools and their students view the specialization in managerial analytics as part of MBA programs.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is transforming industries across the board, but its impact on executive education could be revolutionary. Beyond mere personalization and efficiency, AI has the potential to achieve something far more elusive: measurable and sustainable behavioral change.
This collaboration launches an exclusive coaching and mentoring program, utilizing the proven Creative Destruction Lab (CDL) methodology, to propel SPRIND Challenge teams towards successful commercialization.
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