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  • SolBridge hosts the Dean of Corvinus Business School, Hungary

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7777&code=solbridge0801">SolBridge hosts the Dean of Corvinus Business School, Hungary

    On Monday 29 April, Prof. Dr. Zita Zoltay Paprika, Dean of Corvinus Business School, Hungary, and Dr Richard Szanto, Assistant Dean, visited SolBridge International School of Business. Their full-day visit was a tremendous opportunity to officially launch cooperation between the two institutions after the signing of an exchange agreement in March 2019. With over 7,000 students, Corvinus Business School is Hungary's leading business higher education institution and part of Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary's most reputable university. Corvinus Business School is member of the prestigious CEMS Network, a prominent alliance that brings together 33 business schools and corporations worldwide for the promotion of corporate social responsibility and ethical excellence.  

    2019-05-02


  • The Essence of Management by Dr. Hamid Bouchikhi

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7776&code=solbridge0802">The Essence of Management by Dr. Hamid Bouchikhi

    This week, on Wednesday 24th April 2019, SolBridge InternationalSchool of Business was pleased to host Dr. Hamid Bouchikhi, Professor ofManagement and Entrepreneurship, Director of the Entrepreneurship Center andCo-Head of the Department of Management at ESSEC Business School, France. Dr. Bouchikhi delivered a special lecture to SolBridge studentson “The Essence of Management”, and shared his practical experience on managementspanning from his 30-year-long teaching career in a leading European businessschool. With examples of prominent managers in different fields such asFacebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Pope Francis and French football national teamcoach Didier Deschamps, he defined the discipline of management and the commontraits of successful managers. While their initial background lied in being a programmer, apriest or a professional football player respectively, all three leaders havehad to develop the leadership and discipline of managing global or nationalteams with diverse skill sets as well as behaviors. In all instances, theessence of management according to Dr Bouchikhi lies in the nurturing ofessential skills in getting people to align their individual goals withorganisational vision and mission. Addressing the various management approaches and theirchallenges in motivating people to achieve a common objective, Dr Bouchikhiinsisted on the importance to ignite one’s inner engine as the most effectivecomponent for organisational success. “If you want to manage people, start with managing yourself”-Dr. Bouchikhi encouraged the audience. Students should be mindful of everysituation around them while paying attention to the motives and drive behind people’sbehavior. Such awareness and understanding will prepare them to shape theiridentity as an executive and become better managers in the future. Besides hardskills taught in the classroom, Dr Bouchikhi emphasised the need for studentsto significantly develop their soft skills before they transition from doing tomanaging people. Dr. Bouchikhi authored over 100 academic publications, includingbooks, book chapters and working papers on entrepreneurship, management, andorganisation design. He also co-authored with Wharton Professor John Kimberly The Soul of the Corporation: How to Managethe Identity in Your Company (Pearson Education, 2007).  

    2019-04-26


  • April 2019 SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Jing Zhang

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7775&code=solbridge0709">April 2019 SolBridge Alumni Highlight: Jing Zhang

    This month we recognize Jing Zhang aSolBridge alumna from China. Jing is currently the Marketing Manager at The Economist Group, the leading sourceof analysis on international business and world affairs since its establishmentin 1843.Jing maintains and executes differentcustomer acquisition campaigns across online, offline and partner channels todrive the growth of The EconomistEditorial Products, mainly the subscription to its Chinese/Englishbilingual app (The Economist GlobalBusiness Review) in China market. She also tries to develop her projectmanagement skill by acting as the key contact for MarTech-related enhancementactivities where she devoted herself to pursue the latest marketinginnovations.Jing completed her SolBridge BBAstudy in February 2014 with the valedictorian honor. While at SolBridge, sheactively participated in various in-school activities such as being the Captainof Sol-Photo Club and Marketing Advisory in Student Council.  

    2019-04-25


  • Swiss students from FH Northwestern University visit SolBridge

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7774&code=solbridge0801">Swiss students from FH Northwestern University visit SolBridge

     FromApril 1st to April 11th, 2019, SolBridge International School of Businesshosted a group of 25 students from FHNW School of Business, FH NorthwesternUniversity of Applied Sciences and Arts, for a 10-day Korean study tour. Whilepursuing a Master of Science in International Management back home, studentstook a series of lectures on Korean economic development. Lectures provided bySolBridge faculty who previously held executive positions in top Koreancompanies such as LG Electronics exposed students to the history and rapid economicgrowth of Korea. Other lectures addressed Korea's latest trends in the fieldsof marketing, management practices, business negotiation as well as innovationand finance. Besides lectures, FHNW students visited fourleading Korean companies in their respective field of industry, includingcosmetic giant Amore Pacific, the Korean Ginseng Corporation (KGC), HyundaiMotors and Hyundai Heavy Industries. Amore Pacific owns 33 different cosmeticbrands and was listed as one of the world's most innovative companies in the2015 Forbes ranking, while KGC CheongKwanJangbrand owns the world's largest market share in red ginseng production. Thevisit of Korean Ginseng Corporation was an opportunity for students to see howtechnology and human knowledge work hand in hand for the selection of rootsproducing the best quality of ginseng and ginseng health-related products.Onthe Eastern coast of Korea, visiting Ulsan led to the discovery of the world'slargest automotive assembly plant and shipyard. The hosting PR manager remindedthat Hyundai Motors Ulsan Plant produced over 1.2 million cars in 2018 fordomestic consumption as well as for over 100 overseas markets, with SouthAmerica and Africa being recently the fastest growing markets. Ulsan is alsohome to the only factory producing the Genesis Cars, Hyundai's luxury division.Hyundai Heavy Industries ranks among the world's top five shipbuilders and bidto acquire Korean competitor Daewoo Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering. Throughoutthe programme, students got to experience the tea ceremony and the wearing oftraditional Korean dress hanbok, andvisited Seoul's main cultural landmarks such as Gyeonbokgung Palace andInsa-dong. The tour ended in the historical city of Gyeongju, former capital ofthe Silla Dynasty and home to Bulguksa Temple.  

    2019-04-23


  • Experiencing Korean Culture; Students Day Trip to Yongin Korean Folk Village

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7773&code=solbridge0804c">Experiencing Korean Culture; Students Day Trip to Yongin Korean Folk Village

     On saturday, 13th April, 2019 SolBridge students had their secondexcursion this semester organized by SolBridge Student Council to Yongin KoreanFolk Village. Assem Sarsenova shares with us her experience. “Yongin is famous for its KoreanFolk Village called Minsok, a living museum type of attraction.  I was thrilled to see this beautiful placeYongin as one of the trips organized by the Student Council this semester. MinsokVillage is a great place to learn more about Korean culture and history.  Through this trip, I learned a lot aboutKorean history, the old traditional houses and how Korean people lived beforeKorea became such a developed country. Besides this, I visited the Korean Folk Museum, where I was able to seethe evolution of Korea from the Joseon period to what it is today. Wewatched and enjoyed continuous traditional performances including the Equestrian Feats, a performance thatpresented the essence of horseback riding; the traditional wedding ceremonythat proceeds against the quiet backdrop of a noble man's mansion. Theperformances were fascinating to both the local and international students. Besides,I was delighted in the beauty of nature and cherry blossoms; that is why Ithink spring or autumn is the best time to visit Minsok. Also, there is abeautiful park with a lake, perfect for taking pretty pictures. I waspleasantly surprised to see the amusement park; it was a beautiful blend oftraditional and modern attraction. My friends and I got the opportunity to tryout different Korean games such as Knock and Run.Also,there is a fantastic food court, where you can find many cafes for every taste;from Korean cuisine to burgers, to the imitation of street food.  We got to taste a variety of delicious Koreanfoods like Old-style glutinous rice taffy, tteokbokki, cheese, and honeyhotteok. Thefour hours we spent in Minsok Village went by pretty fast given the number offun activities we got to do. I am so happy and appreciate the student councilfor organizing this trip. I hope to participate in more excursions to come.”   

    2019-04-22


  • Experiencing Korean Culture; Students Day Trip to Yongin Korean Folk Village

    http://www.solbridge.ac.kr/story/board/read.jsp?id=7839&code=solbridge0803b">Experiencing Korean Culture; Students Day Trip to Yongin Korean Folk Village

       On saturday, 13th April, 2019 SolBridge students had their second excursion this semester organized by SolBridge Student Council to Yongin Korean Folk Village. Assem Sarsenova shares with us her experience. “Yongin is famous for its Korean Folk Village called Minsok, a living museum type of attraction.  I was thrilled to see this beautiful place Yongin as one of the trips organized by the Student Council this semester.Minsok Village is a great place to learn more about Korean culture and history.  Through this trip, I learned a lot about Korean history, the old traditional houses and how Korean people lived before Korea became such a developed country.  Besides this, I visited the Korean Folk Museum, where I was able to see the evolution of Korea from the Joseon period to what it is today.   We watched and enjoyed continuous traditional performances including the Equestrian Feats, a performance that presented the essence of horseback riding; the traditional wedding ceremony that proceeds against the quiet backdrop of a noble man's mansion. The performances were fascinating to both the local and international students.Besides, I was delighted in the beauty of nature and cherry blossoms; that is why I think spring or autumn is the best time to visit Minsok. Also, there is a beautiful park with a lake, perfect for taking pretty pictures. I was pleasantly surprised to see the amusement park; it was a beautiful blend of traditional and modern attraction. My friends and I got the opportunity to try out different Korean games such as Knock and Run.Also, there is a fantastic food court, where you can find many cafes for every taste; from Korean cuisine to burgers, to the imitation of street food.  We got to taste a variety of delicious Korean foods like Old-style glutinous rice taffy, tteokbokki, cheese, and honey hotteok.   The four hours we spent in Minsok Village went by pretty fast given the number of fun activities we got to do. I am so happy and appreciate the student council for organizing this trip. I hope to participate in more excursions to come.”   

    2019-04-22


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