ESMT Berlin is offering several executive education full and partial scholarships to promote women in C-level and advanced management positions. A total of ten scholarships will be awarded for the three flagship programs Bringing Technology to Market, Executive Transition Program, and the General Management Seminar.
Vali Berlin, the entrepreneurship hub at ESMT Berlin, has published its first venture report. Over 230 ESMT alumni and students have so far founded over 200 companies in more than 15 countries in Europe, Africa, North and South America, and Asia.
Prof. Joachim Wuermeling will join ESMT’s teaching and research team at the end of the year. He will focus on topics related to the digitalization of finance as well as international financial institutions. A particular focus will be on the potential of the digital euro for finance and for companies.
ESMT Berlin and neue fische – School and Pool for Digital Talent will collaborate in the future to provide ESMT master’s students with more hands-on instruction in coding and analytics, preparing them for the demands of the job market.
The four European business schools Cranfield School of Management (United Kingdom), ESMT Berlin (Germany), Imperial College Business School (United Kingdom), and Rotterdam School of Management (Netherlands) have again joined forces to host the second virtual “Women in Leadership” event on February 16, 2023.
ESMT Berlin will become part of Maschinenraum, joining an alliance of over 60 family-owned companies, university partners, and other innovators working together on the digital transformation of German SMEs. At the heart of the collaboration with ESMT Berlin is a multi-layered exchange between academia and business.
Employees who act as brokers, i.e., they sustain communications between coworkers who do not communicate directly, are more likely to burn out and become abusive towards their co-workers, according to new research from ESMT Berlin.
The pandemic changed the demands on employers. Topics such as flexible working and work-life balance are among the most important attributes for the new generation when choosing their future employer, shows a recent study by ESMT Berlin Master of Management graduate Jan Malte Jeddeloh.
ESMT Berlin has received a philanthropic contribution from Prof. Dr. Andreas Dombret, supervisory board member of ESMT. This donation will support campus development, specifically the forthcoming renovation of Wing A of the former State Council building, for which the planning is underway.
Companies should partially hide information on how long the queue is if their products are highly popular and valuable, according to research by ESMT Berlin. By partially hiding this information, the researchers say they are likely to generate more customers in the queue. However, if a product is of low-demand and of low-value, the researchers suggest that companies should avoid partially hiding the queue length information, as it is likely to have the opposite desired effect and deter customers.
One week before the start of the 15th Conference of the Parties to the Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD COP15) in Montreal, an alliance of German science and non-governmental organizations calls for an end to economic activity against nature in its “Frankfurt Declaration,” which was published today. In their position paper, the organizations urge the German government and the European Union to ensure the success of the World Summit on Nature. At the same time, they offer concrete proposals for making a nature-friendly economy the standard. In doing so, they offer their expertise to solve the most urgent challenges facing humanity – the “twin crises” of biodiversity loss and climate change.
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