In an uncertain context, it is essential to train leaders capable of communicating in crisis situations. For this reason, Nova Business & Economics (Nova SBE) executive education and Cunha Vaz & Associados (CV&A) have joined forces to create the "Leadership and Crisis Management" program. The partnership protocol between the two institutions was signed this Wednesday, May 17.
The Finanças para Todos program, created by the Nova SBE Finance Knowledge Center (Nova School of Business & Economics' specialized knowledge center in Finance), was created to increase the levels of financial literacy in Portugal. The program, which celebrates its first anniversary this month, already has more than 500 participants and is preparing to create more classes in both face-to-face and online formats.
Will the recent Corporate Sustainability Reporting Directive (CSRD), formally adopted by the European Union on November 28, 2022, end greenwashing? This question was the starting point of another Collision Talks promoted by Nova SBE Innovation Ecosystem, which brought together a panel of experts and a representative of the European Commission, on March 30, to discuss the impact of the new regulation that promises to bring more sustainability to companies in the European Union (EU).
The findings of the study "2022 B2B Digital Buyers' Journey: Forces Shaping the Future of Enterprise Procurement" show the forces that are coming between the demand and purchase process for business management software by enterprises.
The Nova SBE Innovation Ecosystem has created a unique way to give participants the opportunity to broaden their horizons and get to know some of the best practices in the market. The "business safaris" promise to provide practical knowledge and facilitate networking.
The third edition of the SME Barometer, a study carried out by PME Magazine, identifies limiting beliefs in Portuguese SMEs that prevent them from growing. The level of knowledge and training that the decision-makers of SMEs show to have is still very limited. SMEs' access to quality education is a critical factor for the competitiveness of companies.