Nancy Adler

Cross-border Business Teams and the Entertainment Arena

Published: 29Jan2014

More and more companies are abandoning traditional organisational structures and creating cross-border teams of people who live and work thousands of miles apart....

MOOC-Learning Studio

Published: 22Mar2013

Professor Nancy Adler held the second Learning Studio with managers who are taking the Leading Strategic Innovation MOOC in Bled, Slovania. Read full article (in Slovenian): Si21, March 20, 2013 ...

Prof. Nancy J. Adler among Top 30 Global Gurus for 2016

Published: 15Mar2016

Professor Nancy J. Adler has been ranked #29 in the Leadership Professionals category in the 2016 Global Gurus Ranking.

The Art of the MBA

Published: 4Dec2012

Over the past decade or so it’s become accepted in the business education world that some of the best value that MBA students get from a year or two in the classroom comes not from their chosen...

The Creative Approach Strikes a Chord with Students

Published: 2Apr2014

It started out like any ordinary business school lecture. Jack McCarthy, professor of organisational behaviour at Boston University’s School of Management, talked about the dynamics of high...

Menedzerka V Sloveniji: Dragocenost!

Published: 19Apr2013

Kaže, da so ženske boljše krizne menedžerke od moških kolegov. Kaj je potem vloga nas, menedžerjev,« je pred leti, ko je priznanje managerka leta prejela Sonja Gole iz Adria Mobila, na odru...

Professor Nancy Adler honoured by the International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals (ISDIP)

Published: 10Dec2012

Professor Nancy Adler has been selected by the International Society of Diversity and Inclusion Professionals (ISDIP) as an honoree at the Legends of Diversity Dinner. The dinner will take place...

World's Top 30 Leadership Professionals for 2014

Published: 28Feb2014

Professor Nancy J. Adler has been selected as one of the world's top 30 leadership professionals for 2014 by Global Gurus International.  Nancy J. Adler 

Metti un manager al museo

Published: 26Apr2013

Altro che studenti, turisti o facoltose signore. A far la coda per entrare agli Uffizi o alla Cappella Sistina dovrebbero essere gli industriali. Manager e imprenditori, seduti davanti a Raffaello...

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