LBS strongly believes both in the potential of excellent master graduates and in international partnerships with research universities to boost its publication record. A recently published paper entitled Entrepreneurial Orientation in Several Stages Transition Economies:
Professor Dr. Hanno Pöschl, MBA, who heads LBS’s BFC and IML master’s programs and has a longstanding track record of teaching corporate finance, was invited by Cengage to review the Europe, Middle East and Africa Edition of Brigham, Ehrhardt and Fox’s standard reference Financial Management: Theory and Practice.
Project management is perhaps one of the most useful, essential classes for any future businessperson. The theory learned in class which consisted of initiating, managing and bringing projects to completion, laid the foundations to the fundamentals of the subject.
The 3rd-semester students of LBS’s International Business Administration (IBA 2014) program visited Microsoft Austria as part of their Corporate Communication class with Dr. Kristin Engelhardt.
When Professor Michael E. Porter, one of the world’s leading business scholars, founded the Microeconomics of Competitiveness (MOC) Network at Harvard Business School in 2002, his key objective was to disseminate his trail-blazing scholarship on strategy and competitiveness to business students, companies and public decision-makers across the globe.
Harvard Business School Professor Michael E. Porter inducted Pablo Collazzo into the Hall of Fame of the Microeconomics of Competitiveness network. Lauder Business School is extremely privileged to count Professor Collazzo as a member of its faculty.