Ekin Matkap, Master's in Management student (MiM) at ESMT Berlin, talks about why she loves studying in Germany and what she likes in particularly about Berlin, such as the freedom of speech and not being judged for expressing opinions.
On February 6, ESMT Berlin will host its first TEDx conference, independently organized by students. Under the umbrella “Embracing Uncertainty,” 12 speakers with diverse backgrounds and perspectives will come together to present their ideas on how to cope with the challenges of the unknown in the future.
Gender parity and diversity in leadership positions are increasingly the focus of management. ESMT Berlin and Volkswagen are responding with a new endowed chair to expand research on diversity in leadership positions.
Great startups can come from anywhere, but the decision of where you should set up is still an important one for every early-stage founder. Berlin has a fast-growing foodtech startup scene and has spawned some large foodtech startups. Plus, it’s home to ESMT Berlin.
ESMT Berlin’s Net Impact chapter is the only German section of the major student organization, which mobilizes future leaders to make a positive impact in the world. Luka Zrnic, Master's in Management student at ESMT Berlin, talks about the social impact of this initiative.
The pandemic has impacted who will be the winners and losers when it comes to the apps to watch in 2021. Linus Dahlander, professor of strategy and director of research, highlights MasterClass as an app to watch.
Users on Reddit's WallStreetBets page are throwing their money at maligned stocks like GameStop and Blackberry, partly out of spite against hedge funds betting against the firms. Events like this resemble riot dynamics, says Chengwei Liu, associate professor at ESMT Berlin.
In an interview with dpa, Martin Schweinsberg, Assistant Professor at ESMT Berlin, explains which basic principles should always be followed in negotiations and what is important when employees want to make demands.