Digitalization projects in the public sector often result in invisible work, claims CBS researcher Ursula Plesner. A new research project puts this invisible work under the magnifying glass and aims to express what it is and how it makes organizations flow.
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If we don’t want the tech giants to create a dystopian digital reality, we must take control of them, say CBS researchers. What is their dream scenario?
International Women’s Day: Understanding and acting on sexism should be a basic leadership competence like making a budget
CBS researchers present a new handbook on how to fight sexism in academia to celebrate International Women’s Day at CBS. The handbook is based on the more than 700 stories about sexism experienced across Danish universities, and the authors hope the book can serve as an empowerment tool, as well as giving people the knowledge needed to see and act on sexism.
Tech giants, artificial intelligence and algorithms are changing the game for media outlets. DTU, KU and CBS, together with Ekstra Bladet newspaper, have joined forces to explore the use of language technologies and algorithms, as well as their ethical pitfalls – including echo chambers and rabbit holes.
Climate change calls for transformation, but the field contains a lot of “hot air” and “greenwashing”, say three CBS researchers who can help businesses keep their noses to the grindstone. One researcher even wants to transform how research is being conducted. “Researching like in the 70s will not solve any problems,” he says.
Nordic Case House is a new strategic CBS initiative, and one of its main aims is to ensure case-based teaching is a deeply rooted element of CBS. And teachers are not the only ones who can provide the cases, as students can write them too, explains CBS’ Associate Dean for Life-Long Learning.
We are at risk of having inadequate job skills, dysfunctional pension systems and suffering from energy poverty if transformation is overdue, three economists claim. CBS’ new strategy calls for transformation, and in a new article series CBS WIRE ask researchers what it looks like.
Missing arm’s length impartiality between researchers and external parties has resulted in several cases of questionable research – including cases from CBS. With yet more research being funded by corporations and NGOs, new principles and recommendations have been compiled. But what happens if they are breached?
CBS students’ stress is the pivotal element of Assistant Professor Pernille Steen Pedersen’s new research project. And as part of CBS’ new strategy, she hopes to change the stressful culture, together with students, teachers and experts.
To make CBS a place for life-long learning, learning must be available in other places than at CBS – and available to a more diverse set of learners, argues CBS’ Associate Dean for Life-Long Learning. Therefore, CBS will start offering a series of lectures through The People’s University.
Limited freedom, an unknown future and devastating application processes, to name just a few similarities that equate innovative souls with knowledgeable academics. Signe Bruskin has a foot in both camps.
Small and medium-sized businesses make up 99 percent of Denmark’s businesses, but are hardly represented at universities
SMEs have a hard time finding their way into universities and higher educations. Each could benefit from teaming up, surveys show. A new EU project that includes CBS aims to exploit new ways of collaborating.
Mads Mordhorst has thrown himself into a historical quest to understand what drives our search for identity and where we might find it. His exploration traces back to the French Revolution, via Donald Trump and our own ‘The Danish song is a young, blond girl’. His findings will become the makings of a book.
Two years after the media storm about “The Danish Song is a young, blond girl”, Mads Mordhorst, Associate Professor and the center of attention, tells his version of what happened back then, and why he has not broken his silence earlier and put the case to rest.
Sustainable investments have become a hot topic among investors, so Associate Professor from CBS Mads Stenbo Nielsen set out to answer one question: Are they worth it?
Giving and receiving gifts can be straightforward, but it can also be a true paradox. Should you go with an element of surprise, or play it safe and pick something from the wish list to avoid disappointment? New CBS research suggests how to put together a surprising gift.
The Vice Chair of CBS’ PhD Association (PAC) is worried that more PhD Fellows, also those who have just started their PhDs, will experience delays resulting from coronavirus. PAC is initiating steps to make the new normal caused by the coronavirus more bearable for PhD Fellows.
Senior and junior faculty members are being matched across departments as part of a CBS mentor program. Now, the program is open for new applications. “In the future, problems will be solved across different disciplines, so you’ll need connections outside your own bubble,” says Aixa Alemán-Díaz, PhD Fellow.