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Stručnom praksom do ranog razvoja karijere

Challenges in teaching professional language and business communication

Our professor Ivanka Rajh participated in the FET-Business Insights conference organized by the Faculty of Economics and Tourism "Dr. Mijo Mirković” from Pula. She spoke about the challenges in teaching the language of the profession and business communication and the importance of going to international exchange and doing an internship for the development of communication skills of each student.

Vesna Nevistić

We are proud to present you the newest member of the ZSEM Advisory Board – dr. Vesna Nevistić.

Dr. Nevistić currently runs her advisory boutique, VereNovo GmbH, focusing on strategic and business transformation topics, and also serves as a Non-Executive Director at the Boards of three companies: Compagnie Financiere Richemont SA, Samskip BV and Constellation Acquisition Corp I.

Boris Podobnik

Vice Dean Podobnik published a paper in a journal with an impact factor of 26

A paper on “Social physics” was published in the Elsevier Physics Report with an impact factor of 26. The general public could be particularly interested in an article on corruption and democracy on “The microdynamics shaping the relationship between democracy and corruption” published in The Royal Society with impact factor “Proceedings A”.

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ZSEM Master is selected by the European Commission of the Erasmus Mundus

It is the fruit of a collaboration between 3 high level institutions from Belgium - HEC U-Liege, Croatia - Zagreb School of Economics and Management, and Lithuania – ISM and more than 10 associated partners.

Croasia

CroAsia mini conference held at ZSEM

The conference was based on the fact that the Asian market has a lot of untapped potentials and that Croatia should continue to build links to that part of the world.

Bruno Filipi

The first Supply Chain Event held at ZSEM

The first Supply Chain Event was held at the Zagreb School of Economics and Management with an aim to share best practices, open essential topics, and facilitate discussions on supply chain management. The event has gathered 170 people from business and academia, both online and offline.