Join us for the first Webster Speakers Event and listen to Webster students present their favorite topics to the Webster community.
The students are all participants of the MNGT 2900 Class “Presentational Speaking” with Charlie LaFond, MBA and invite the Webster community at large to come and enjoy interesting and thought-provoking presentations.
The Institute of Eastern Europe and Central Asia (IEECA) and the Journal of Eastern European and Central Asian Research (JEECAR), in cooperation with Webster University St. Louis, will hold this year’s International Business Conference at the new Webster Vienna Private University campus in the beautiful Palais Wenkheim from October 23-24, 2014.
The Marketing Strategies class, MNGT 4920, just completed a successful project with sustainable furniture company, Retyred Furniture.
Retyred Furniture develops furniture made out of old car tires in Indonesia for an Australian Company run by the famous Austrian kite-surfer, Bernie Kudernatsch. The students had the challenge of creating a market entry strategy for Retyred on entering the Austrian market.
Three groups presented their findings to the clients at the ad agency, Identum, in a real life situation, impressing the clients with many ideas,concepts and strategies.
Webster Vienna, through the Elizabeth Chopin Visiting Professorship Grant, and in partnership with Lauder Business School, will have the privilege to host Professor Joel M. Stern’s course: “The Theory and Policy of Modern Finance” this Spring. A pioneer and leading advocate of the concept of managing for shareholder value, Prof. Stern has published and co-authored several acclaimed books on financial economics and is founder, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Stern Stewart & Co.
Internationally Renowned Financial Expert Joel Stern to Teach Finance Course for Webster University and Lauder Business School Students
Webster Vienna Private University, through the Elizabeth Chopin Visiting Professorship Grant, and in partnership with Lauder Business School, will have the privilege to host Prof. Joel Stern’s course: “The Theory and Policy of Modern Finance” this Spring.
Professor Julia Skobeleva's Spring I Graduate Organizational Behavior course spiced up their last class of the term with an architecture competition. Intended to demonstrate the interaction between individual team roles in an organizational environment, the students were challenged to work in groups to construct a tower using a set of provided materials.