• Virtuous leadership: validation of the Canadian model in Ukraine
    28 March 2019 Leadership Center

    Aristotle once wrote, «Principatum virum ostendit» which translates to «Leadership proves the man» (or the women, we may add). Given that leadership tests a person, it was, and remains, of paramount importance for philosophers to understand which traits leaders should posses. For example, Aristotle mentioned the importance of courage, justice and temperance. Later, during the Age of Enlightenment, Charles-Louis Montesquieu wrote about which virtues people from different social groups should posses. For example, Montesquieu emphasized that good judgement was a crucial virtue for the rulers of states. If matters of virtue and character were vital to eminent thinkers across the ages, why is there a tendency to neglect their role in the formation of contemporary leaders? Have such concepts really become less important in modern society?

  • More than passion. History of chocolate from Lviv
    14 March 2019 Alumni LvBS

    Chocolate has become one of the elements of such brand as Lviv. It is taken as an irreplacable souvenir from the city of Lviv to Kiev, Odessa, New York or Sydney. "But everything started with the production of sweets on a small kitchen of a regular Lviv apartment," says Nataliya Dubova, the co-founder of the Lviv Handmade Chocolate. Love for qualitative and delicious chocolate gave a boost to the business idea that was unusual for Ukraine at that time and which is now scaled up far beyond the country borders. About chocolate as passion and quality as the greatest value, you can read in an interview with Nataliya Dubova for Strategic Business Review.

  • Lecturer of Columbia University Greg Muth: what management tools provide achievement goals?

    Executives Say That Their Companies Planned to Focus More on Growth Initiatives Than Cost Cutting. Can Management Tools Help Them Toward the Innovation that They Seek?

  • How Key Executive MBA Brings Together Advanced Companies to Share Experience
    20 September 2018 Alumni LvBS

    What interests have and what business ideas realize Key Executive MBA graduates of Lviv Business School of UCU just a few years after graduation? We collect the stories and achievements of our MBA during the meetings within the Association of Alumni LvBS.

  • We have in our team only those who do the hiking: in what way does Gorgany choose their workers?
    11 September 2018 Alumni LvBS

    Andriy Bandrivsʹkyy, the graduate of Key Executive MBA program of Lviv Business School of UCU (LvBS), during the meeting within a visit of Alumni Company Visit in his company, told that building your own company on values and ideas is crucial at Gorgany company. Together with his wife, Oksana Donets’, they share their experience of traveling, staffing and entrepreneurship with the graduates of Lviv Business School of UCU.

  • Is it comfortable for inhabitants of Kiev to study in Lviv? A story of a Key Executive MBA LvBS graduate
    14 August 2018 KEMBA

    A lot of people from the different cities of Ukraine, who ponder over the studying in UCU Lviv Business School (LvBS), have certain warnings: will they have time to pull away from work and to study? will they be able to study and work at the same time? and how will they get to the modules? Among 279 graduates of master’s programs of UCU Lviv Business School, there are 85 of them who come from different cities of Ukraine. The most often, they come to us from Kyiv, and also form Kharkiv, Odessa, Dnipro, Chernivtsi, Vinnytsia and others. Kostiantyn Hitko, a student who graduated from Key Executive MBA program this year, CTO of Infopulse company (Kyiv) tells his story of work and study between Lviv and Kyiv.


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