• Innovators’ blog: Analysis of Okun’s law for Ukraine
    10 July 2018 MSIE

    When talking with people who were studying in the faculties of economics at the Ukrainian universities, you find out that while learning the Okun’s law, the lecturers say this as mantra, that «on change of the unemployment level to 1%, GDP changes to the level from 2% to 3%». In other words, there is a generation of economists that treat this as dogma (so as some other things in economics), never examining it. Oleg Chaharyn, the participant of the group of MSIE6 Master’s program in Innovations and entrepreneurship of UCU Lviv Business School, decided to check the relevancy of this economic «law» for Ukraine.

  • Entrepreneurship center recommends: 9 books for your business dream to come true
    18 June 2018 Articles

    As is often the case, at the beginning of your own business even the simplest decisions can be the hardest ones. Despite the great number of available business literature, the necessary publication can just go past you. That’s why the UCU Entrepreneurship center decided to do the small «homework» for you and created the selection of related publications that will be surely useful on your way to building the business of your dream!

  • Sell as Attendify: 10 tips for sales and email marketing
    15 June 2018 MSIE

    Don’t write boring business letters, tell about the advantages for the client and not just about your product, call the clients to action and don’t forget about personalization of your marketing activity for each user! Members of Ideas Lab were talking about all this in «How to sell to Bloomberg and Google. Attendify experience» with Artem Yaremchuk, co-founder of Attendify American company.

  • LvBS for Knowledge@Wharton: What Leadership Lessons Can Business Learn from Ukraine’s War?
    28 February 2018 LvBS

    War brings the kind of duress that can force even old-style militaries to change. Ukraine has faced just that situation as it continues to battle Russia in the Crimea and elsewhere. In the corporate world, businesses also can find themselves in a competitive war. CEOs could learn a thing or two from Ukrainian military commanders, according to this opinion piece by Sophia Opatska, vice rector for academic affairs at the Ukrainian Catholic University and founding dean of the Lviv Business School; Andriy Rozhdestvenskyy, executive director of the university’s Leadership Center, and professor of leadership and organizational behavior at the business school; and Veronika Savruk, communications manager of social enterprise Walnut House and business school alumna.

  • To be or not to be perfectionist
    19 February 2018 MAHROD

    Recently, I was collecting my younger son from an afternoon club, and I witnessed a little girl, around 5 or 6 years old, bursting into tears when she received her scored test paper. On a brief outlook of the situation, I was led to believe that she failed. However, glimpsing at the front page of the paper, I saw a written mark — 38 points out of 39 possible, almost 100%.

  • Great discussion of the founders: 10th anniversary of LvBS. Business and education as a hope for Ukraine (video)
    14 February 2018 LvBS

    On the occasion of the 10th anniversary of the Lviv Business School of UCU (LvBS), on February 11, a great discussion of the School' founders took place.

  • Ocean’s Eleven or why do you need a plan by Slywotzky
    15 January 2018 LvBS

    During the leading business futurologist Andrian Slywotzky’s courses at Lviv Business School of UCU (LvBS), each and every group was given a task by the author: to write a list of reasons why projects fail and then to take a new project for their company and contemplate why the launch of this new project might appear unsuccessful. Such an exercise is of great practical application, since it is possible to have steps and actions right under each point as well as in what way this or that risk factor may be reduced to a minimum.

  • Alejandro Danylyszyn. Forming the next generation of digital disruption thinkers in Ukraine
    28 December 2017 MSTM

    An ethnic Ukrainian, born in Argentina, who lived most of his adult life in San Francisco working for Deloitte Digital. Мeet the new facilitator of LvBS’ MSc in Technology Management program, Alejandro Andriy Danylyszyn.


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