On Tuesday, March 21, IML 2016 class had a day dedicated to Design Thinking and New Product Development (NPD) as part of their Creativity and Innovation Course with Dr. Stephan Jung. During the session, students were encouraged to come up with original ideas to either create innovation or to focus on problem solving of a particular issue and thereby satisfy a certain need.
LBS Career Center is happy to continue its activities also in the spring term 2017. On Friday, March 24, Mr. David Grünfeld Králík, MA, General Electric (GE) ambassador and LBS alumnus, visited our campus to promote GE early leadership programs, with an emphasis on the Financial Management Program (FMP) of which he himself is a part. This event was available to all interested LBS students and alumni in order to introduce GE as a potential employer after graduation as well as to track another Success Story of LBS graduates.
Lauder Business School is happy to announce the introduction of the Graduate Research Assistant Program (GRA) starting from the spring term 2017. This is an educational program providing students with relevant research experience while they pursue a Masters’ degree at LBS. Graduate Research Assistants (GRAs) work with faculty on academic and research projects, both at LBS and in the field.
On Monday, March 13, LBS students presented their final results of the Student Consultancy Project (SCP) as part of the International Management and Leadership Program to the CEO of Russian Machines Mr. Manfred Eibeck and the Chief Developer of the African market of the GAZ Group Mr. Alexander Schierhuber. Due to the well-maintained connection with alumnus Mr. Schierhuber, LBS could win Russian Machines as a cooperation partner for this project and establish network for future endeavors.
According the results of the Annual Mercer Quality of Life Survey, which compares 231 cities by evaluating various quality-of-life factors (including healthcare, education, infrastructure, housing and environment), Vienna maintained its top ranking in 2017.