18 / 03 / 2019

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? The article of the lecturer of Columbia University and Center for Leadership of UCU Greg Muth. Over the past few decades, management tools have become a common part of executives’ lives. […]

2 / 03 / 2019

Professor of Harvard University Dean Williams in Ukraine: conclusions and insights

Real leadership is not a place in the hierarchy, but a process and real actions. That is why in today’s complex world one person cannot answer the questions and problems we are facing. You should not wait for a “big man” or a “big woman” who will become a leader and will lead other people. […]

16 / 02 / 2019

Change agent leadership for a fractured world – By Dr. Dean Williams, Harvard Kennedy School

ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dean Williams taught at Harvard for twenty years and served as director of the Global Change Agent program at the Harvard Kennedy School. He recently left full-time teaching is now president of The Leaders Compass, an international research and advisory group. He works with companies, governments, universities, and NGOs all over the […]

13 / 09 / 2018

Oleksandr Starodubtsev: 5 insights from Stanford on reforms in Ukraine

Is it correct to compare reforms in Ukraine with reforms in Georgia? Under what conditions Ukrainians will feel as happy as Scandinavians? Does Ukraine lack a strong hand for efficient implementation of reforms? These and other questions were answered by Oleksandr Starodubtsev, who delivered a lecture “The way of reforms: why is it not all […]

21 / 08 / 2018

Study of leadership character in military context (Part 1)

Talk with academic leader of the study, Chief Executive Officer of Center for Leadership of UCU and teacher of Lviv Business School of UCU – Andrew Rozhdestvensky. Within the framework of studying leadership character in military men in Ukraine, it was possible to analyze leadership model developed by the Canadian Ivey Business School and to […]

6 / 08 / 2018

What Leadership Lessons Can Business Learn from Ukraine’s War?

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, […]

30 / 07 / 2018

Why Shimon Peres’s Life Had ‘No Room for Small Dreams’

he Middle East has long been a place of political, religious and ethnic turmoil. One of the men who worked hard for most of his life to bring peace to the region was Shimon Peres, Israel’s former Prime Minister and President. He finished writing his memoir, No Room for Small Dreams: Courage, Imagination, and the […]

19 / 04 / 2018

4 business worlds of the future. Which is yours? (video)

Despite the fact that artificial intelligence is increasingly integrated into our lives in the digital era, key competencies that distinguish people from robots are creativity and ability to make responsible decisions. And owing to this a Man is still important in business of the future. Where do corporations move forward for several decades? What will […]

10 / 12 / 2016

Leadership based on character: will Ukraine manage to make it systemic? (video)

“Everyone who dives and starts a fight must learn systematically,” and “the rival can be frightened only by stubbornness, values and understanding of what you do”: what leadership in the present-day Ukraine should be, what accompanies it and what challenges it faces – participants of the frank discussion #IntroTalk at new UCU Center in Kyiv […]