We decided to break away from the tradition and offer a new format - a virtual conversation, where webinar guests become co-authors, formulating their own agenda. As our speaker, we invited Sergei Guriev, Russian economist and Professor of Economics at the Sciences Po (School of Political Science in Paris).
Who can talk better about resilience and awareness than a professional kickboxing fighter who mastered meditation practices in Tibetan monastery, yoga in India, and Qigong in China?
The coronavirus pandemic has increased the need to use virtual environments for communication. The current situation not only places new demands on communication, but also creates fresh opportunities.
So what is revenue in a very simple equation? It's simply the price of the service or the product that you're selling times the volume of what you are selling.
What are the drivers behind revenue? what happens to revenue when we are going through a crisis? And how do we actually ensure that we actually scale up to the same Revenue as before?
We meet with famous people to get inspired. Kjell is famous for his unusual insights and his theory of 600 cities but this time expectations were even higher. More than 350 graduates and students of the Stockholm School of Economics in Russia gathered for an exclusive webinar on May 14th to listen to Kjell A Nordström, Swedish economist and author of the world's business bestsellers (Funky Business, Urban Express) on the topic of Extraordinary Times Require an Extraordinary Response.
The Stockholm School of Economics (SSE) Executive Education ranks the highest in the Nordics and Baltics for management and leadership development – for the 20th consecutive year.
The Wall Street Journal recently ranked Gary Hamel as the world’s most influential business thinker, and Fortune magazine has called him “the world’s leading expert on business strategy.” Since 1983, Hamel has been on the faculty of the London Business School, where he is currently Visiting Professor of Strategic and International Management.
In the early 2020 the retail sector was moving steadily not only towards increasing of online sales share but also planning to merge offline and online sales activities gradually. The COVID-19 pandemic situation reoriented consumers to do purchases mainly online in mere weeks. Online sales in some sectors grew rapidly two or even threefold. Companies had to regroup quickly and urgently look for answers to their questions such as how to reallocate resources to strengthen online sales? What should be immediately altered in their operational work and marketing?
It has probably escaped nobody that the world is currently facing some serious turmoil due to the Coronavirus. This chaos brings about big changes, both for organizations and individuals. Many companies have had to let people go and those who have managed to keep their jobs are often forced to work from home. In moments like these, people look to great leaders for guidance. Question is, what’s the appropriate response?
The Stockholm School of Economics believes in its graduates, because one of the results studying in SSE brings about is entering into a circle of like-minded businesspeople. They share not only the thirst for knowledge, but also the desire to make the world around them a better place. They believe that together it is easier to achieve success, they are open to cooperation, and they stand by ready to give a hand. They understand clear as day that the future of any country depends on everyone’s personal contribution to the development of society.