Created by:  Copenhagen Business School

  • Robert Austin

    Taught by:  Robert Austin, Professor, Management of Creativity and Innovation

    Department of Management, Politics, and Philosophy

  • Shannon Hessel

    Taught by:  Shannon Hessel, Assistant Professor of Art, Leadership and Entrepreneurship

    Department of Management, Politics, and Philosophy
Commitment2 to 4 hours/week
Language
English
How To PassPass all graded assignments to complete the course.
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4.7 stars
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Copenhagen Business School
Centrally located in Copenhagen, the capital of Denmark, Copenhagen Business School (CBS) is one of the largest business schools in Europe with close to 23,000 students. CBS offers world-class research-based degree programs at undergraduate, graduate, and PhD levels as well as executive and other post experience programs.
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 214 ratings

it lead me think through the management of a company.

Leading a company is not about only the leadership, but also will counter so many kinds aspects problem. The idea is very new and helpful to know what a CEO must know and do.

Very interesting course - useful for my job.

Really enjoyed the course, the fictional story of Jim Barton is entertaining and educational. The course material is all really well thought out and the whole experience will stay with me for the rest of my career. Thank you to everyone that has contributed to this and I highly recommend it to anyone looking at becoming a better manager.

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