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2012 (fall) - Is Denmark prepared for the future?

Is Denmark prepared for the future?
New perspectives, knowledge and inspiration for breakfast

Come and hear seven researchers’ view on how to steer safely through the economic crisis.

School of Business and Social Sciences is one of four main academic areas at Aarhus University and hosts a series of lectures entitled ‘Is Denmark prepared for the future?’ The breakfast lectures are free and are held on Monday mornings at Fuglesangs Allé 4.

The topics addressed are aimed specifically at private and public-sector executives. The lecture series ‘Is Denmark prepared for the future?’ is held on seven Mondays from 29 October to 10 December 2012. Come and be inspired over a cup of coffee and a freshly baked croissant, and take home new knowledge from the university's leading researchers.

8.00-8.30 Coffee, croissant and networking
8.30-9.30 Lecture and discussion

The lectures are free and open to everyone, but registration is required. Register for one or more of the breakfast lectures in the sidebar.

Please note that all lectures are held at Fuglesangs Allé 4.


Networking via LinkedIn:

Attendants will be able to network with each other on LinkedIn. Discuss the lectures and be notified when webcasts of the ‘Is Denmark prepared for the future?’ and the researcher presentations are available. Join the ‘Is Denmark prepared for the future?’ group on LinkedIn via the sidebar.

Programme:

Monday 29 October (Main Hall, Fuglesangs Allé 4)
Organisational mergers from the perspective of organisational psychology
How do people react to mergers? And how do you make a merger a success?

Lecturer:
Associate Professor, PhD Thomas Jønsson
Aarhus University
School of Business and Social Sciences
Department of Psychology and Behavioural Sciences

Monday 5 November (Main Hall, Fuglesangs Allé 4)
Red, blue or purple?
Political parties and welfare reforms...

Lecturer:
Associate Professor, PhD Carsten Jensen
Aarhus University
School of Business and Social Sciences
Department of Political Science and Government 

Monday 12 November (Main Hall, Fuglesangs Allé 4)
Strategy – easy to prepare, difficult to realise!
Who can you involve? And which tools should you use?

Lecturer:
Associate Professor, PhD Ole Friis
Aarhus University
School of Business and Social Sciences
AU Herning

Monday 19 November (Main Hall, Fuglesangs Allé 4)
Sell to Schulze before you sell to Chang
Optimise the German web communication in your company!

Lecturer:
Associate Professor, PhD Martin Nielsen
Aarhus University
School of Business and Social Sciences
Department of Business Communication

Monday 26 November (Upper Multi-purpose room, building S, Fuglesangs Allé 4)
Deceitful learning – and the myth about best practices
Why can learning from best practices be a highly risky affair? And why do the good examples often fail when transferred to a new organisation?

Lecturer:
Associate Professor, PhD Anders Ryom Villadsen
Aarhus University
School of Business and Social Sciences
Department of Business Administration

Monday 3 December (Main Hall, Fuglesangs Allé 4)
Healthier employees  – better for bottom line and society
How can companies reduce absence due to sickness and retain the valuable employees?

Lecturer:
Professor Nabanita Datta Gupta
Aarhus University
School of Business and Social Sciences
Department of Economics and Business

Monday 10 December (Main Hall, Fuglesangs Allé 4)
‘Say it with CSR without showing off’
How can companies reduce scepticism from the outside world and overcome CSR dilemmas?

Lecturer:
Professor Anne Ellerup Nielsen
Aarhus University
School of Business and Social Sciences
Department of Business Communication

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