On May 24, 2018 we had the privilege to host external lecturer Ms Larissa Dauchner, who works in the field of brand management in the Hotel Sacher Marketing Department. As part of the Statistics for Economics and Business 2 course led by our Senior Researcher Dr. Christian Reiner, our bachelor students had the opportunity to hear her firsthand experience and learn about use and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data in the development of the Hotel Sacher’s marketing strategy and operations.
Ing. Mag. Robert Kotal CFP®EFA®, lecturer in the Banking, Finance and Compliance (BFC) master’s degree program at Lauder Business School, invited three guest lecturers to contribute their professional expertise to his teaching sessions.
Lauder Business School is very happy to continue with the Graduate Research Assistant Program (GRAP) for the academic year 2018/19. Based on the shortlist of Prof. (FH) Dr. Armin Kammel, LL.M., MBA, Ms. Ermina Prnjavorac (BFC16) has been selected as the next GRA. During her master studies at LBS, Ms. Prnjavorac developed a special interest in Financial Law and Banking Regulation and saw GRAP as an opportunity to further develop it.
What are Student Consulting Projects (SCP)?
SCP projects are 8-month project collaboration (October-May) between corporate or not-for-profit clients, LBS advanced master students and qualified LBS faculty members. They are intended to assist local corporations, entrepreneurs and also non-profits with typical business issues.
On May 10, 2017, Raiffeisen Private Banking Team Leader Mag. Anna Katharina Marx, EFA®, visited the BFC16 class as part of the Banking Products and Services course taught by Ing. Mag. Robert Kotal CFP®EFA. LBS students had the unique opportunity to gain insights into the daily business of Raiffeisen Private Banking and learn about satisfying clients with high levels of income or sizable assets.
On May 8 and 9, the International Management and Leadership 2015 cohort participated in the “Going Global” business simulation organized by Lauder Business School and TOPSIM®. The “Going Global” game can be described as a flight simulator for managers based on the “learning business by doing business” principle. The challenge for students is to make decisions as a team, i.e. to decide on the type, scope and direction of their company expansion on its way to become a global player.