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Siemens Ownership Culture

Siemens is a company that was led for generations by owners who had a passionate interest in the firm’s long-term successful development. They all knew that every individual makes a contribution every day to the Company’s enduring success. Siemens is following this conviction and wants to foster an Ownership Culture worldwide that includes all of their people. When talking about Siemens cultur...
Zana Zidansek, Admin | November 8, 2017 1   
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Siemens' businesses

Siemens is a global powerhouse focusing on the areas of electrification, automation and digitalization. One of the world´s largest producers of energy-efficient, resource-saving technologies, Siemens is a leading supplier of systems for power generation and transmission as well as medical diagnosis. In infrastructure and industry solutions the company plays a pioneering role. When talking abo...
Zana Zidansek, Admin | November 6, 2017 0   
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CEO Checklist: What I Would Look for in a Company if I Graduated Tomorrow

By Rick Goings The three key traits recent grads should look for in employers. It’s a tough landscape these days, for employers and employees alike. Companies face pressure to maintain financial success while integrating new technologies into their business models. Millennials are now the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, and are competing for limited jobs available. If I were lo...
Zana Zidansek, Admin | May 12, 2017 0   
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The 3 Ways to Source Anything

All business processes have multiple components. These components involve products and services which can either be produced by the business itself (i.e. in-house production), sourced from a few specialized entities (i.e. outsourcing) or can be sourced from a large number of outsiders (i.e. crowd-sourcing). The advantages and disadvantages of each are given below: In-house Production - ...
Manish HADA, TIAS School For Business And Society '17 | March 17, 2017 4   

Creating a Synchronized Global Trade Supply Chain

In an increasingly interconnected world, where trade is a core component of economic activity, creating a more seamless global supply chain is now vital, however, a new generation of tech-savvy freight forwarders may be creating just the right amount of disruption the industry needs to improve synchronization. By Patrick Burnson November 04, 2016 A wide range of free-trade agreements (FTAs)...
Cristian Vargas Castillo, Grenoble Ecole De Management '18 | November 4, 2016 1   

Top Development Programs in Operations

Part of the "2016 Ranking of MBA Development Programs", this report identifies the Top 10 Development Programs in Operations. Amazon Pathways Operations Manager MBA, Amazon Pathways Operations Manager Intern and Johnson & Johnson Procurement Leadership Development Program were the top programs in Operations. Noteworthy is that Amazon and Johnson & Johnson both have 3 programs (2 full-time...
Emma Latini, Admin | August 19, 2016 0   
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Development Programs gaining momentum among MBA Students

MBA Students are increasingly interested in the fast-track careers offered by the MBA Development Programs. They searched our directory almost 200'000 times, to identify the right programs for them. This is an 80 % increase from the previous year. We are happy to share their most popular programs in our 2016 Ranking of MBA Development Programs. Let us know what you think, share with colleag...
Zana Zidansek, Admin | June 13, 2016 0   
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Printing Revolution

The idea and the first patents round what we know today as 3D printing can be traced back to the 1980s when Charles Hull invented a technique called stereolithography. Although its long history, only in the last few years this technology became widely available. Because of rapid development within new markets printers are getting cheaper and cheaper, with prices typically in the range of US$250 –...
Rafael Natali, Hult International Business School '15 | June 19, 2015 1   
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Great article re UBER's massive valuation

After just 5 years, UBER has now a valuation of over $17 billion. This is more than companies such as United Airlines and Alcoa, the largest aluminum producer in the world. No longer just about the taxi industry, the company’s vision is to “make car ownership a thing of the past.”
Bilal Ojjeh, Admin | July 17, 2014 1   

Power Africa Project

If there is ever a time in our lifetime to look at investing in sub-Sahara Africa, now is a great time!
LaRuan Cole, Hult International Business School '13 | February 18, 2014 0   
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