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Nova SBE consolidates leadership in Portugal and climbs in the ranking of the best European business schools

Nova SBE continues to establish itself as the best business school in Portugal, according to the new edition of the Financial Times ranking, and ranks 21st among the best schools in Europe. Nova SBE is also the only Portuguese school to make the TOP 25 in the three-year consolidated ranking, where it is ranked 24th.

Five reasons to invest in a master's degree

Investing in a master's degree is not just a commitment to education; it's an investment in personal and professional growth. Find out why it's essential to go beyond a degree these days.
Supply Chain & Operations

Decarbonization transforms raw material distribution chains

Climate commitments are changing global raw materials supply chains, due to the transition to a net zero emissions economy. A new McKinsey study, entitled "The net zero materials transition: implications for supply chains", examines the changes in the distribution chain.
Business & Strategy

Nova SBE creates program to make GDP grow 2% by 2026

Nova SBE Executive Education has created a new management program to support the modernization and competitiveness of national SMEs. Nova SBE VOICE Leadership aims to give a new voice to the national economy, contributing to a 2% growth in GDP in two years.

Nova SBE consolidates 15th position in Financial Times master's in management ranking

The results of the 2023 Financial Times Masters in Management ranking, which annually lists the best master's degrees in management in the world, are now known, and Nova SBE maintains its outstanding position as national leader, consolidating its 15th place in the world.
Leadership & People

Study concludes that education and career plans are among the most important actions to retain talent

At a time when human resource management has become critical for national companies, a study carried out by Cetelem-BNP Paribas Personal Finance, in partnership with NielsenIQ, reveals that in addition to salary issues, skills development and career plans are considered some of the most important initiatives to promote talent retention, and that "when it comes to Human Development, Education, Teaching and Training are top of mind words for the Portuguese".
Supply Chain & Operations

Five key factors in warehouse management in 2023

AutoStore has published a new benchmarking report with feedback from over 300 warehouse management business leaders. Respondents indicated that the top three challenges facing organizations today are rising energy costs (32%), rising wages (27%) and supply chain and transportation constraints (26%). Therefore, cost reduction and investment in automation technology are among the priorities.

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