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CEMS Doctoral Workshop

CEMS - The Global Alliance in Management Education or CEMS (formerly the Community of European Management Schools and International Companies) is a cooperation of the world's leading business schools and universities with multinational companies and NGOs. The CEMS Global Alliance includes 29 academic institutions from 5 continents, over 70 corporate partners and 4 social partners from around the globe. CEMS administers delivery of the CEMS MIM degree in its member schools, supports the CEMS Alumni Association (CAA) and facilitates general cooperation among its members.

CEMS Programme October 1st 2015

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10:30-11:00 Coffee & CEMS Poster Presentation
11:00-11:30 51 Strategic clarity-Organisational coherence and trajectory in a multinational company across two continents and four market segments 28 An analysis on intercultural competence: Turkiye scholarship students
CEMS Hartinger, Andreas
Discussant: Cannavale, Chiara
CEMS Kahraman Adıyaman, Hatice
Discussant: Bell, Roger
11:30-12:00 23 Cross-cultural Interactions through the lens of Cultures and Situational Contexts : A Case Study of UK-based Korean Companies 49 The effectiveness of Intercultural Persuasive Communication in an organisational context: influencing factors.
CEMS Kyoungmi, Kim
Discussant: Cannavale, Chiara
CEMS Pruvli, Elena
Discussant: Bell, Roger
12:00-12:30 62 Social networks: in NGDO´s a study from the perspective of social marketing 68 A case study on value change and behavioral patterns in companies with multiple organizational cultures

CEMS Galiano Coronil, Araceli & Ravina Ripoll, Rafael, Discussant: Fink, Gerhard CEMS Schroll, Iris 
Discussant: Magala, Slawek
12:30-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:00 56 Intrapersonal Cross-Cultural Competence. Simultaneous use of culture specific knowledge in different contexts.  48 Value Orientation and Contrasting Emphasis on Processes in Organizations -     A Comparative Analysis in the German-speaking Cultural Cluster
CEMS Weingart, Erna
Discussant: Gerhard Fink
CEMS Pundy, Barbara
Discussant: Müller-Camen, Michael
14:00-14:30 39 Promoting and assessing undergraduate students’ intercultural competence development – Exploring the benefits and challenges of peer-training 66 A Study of Cross-Cultural Communication in the Thai EFL (English as a Foreign Language) Classroom: A Case Study at a University in Thailand
CEMS Binder, Nadine
Discussant: Wallis, Steven
CEMS Kuesoongnern, Satip
Discussant: Claes, Marie-Thérese
14:30-15:00 31 Masters students’ mixed-culture groupwork: what could be improved for better developing students’ intercultural competence 35 Exploring career progression in senior female leaders: The use of social networks
CEMS Cai, Xiaozhe
Discussant: Wallis, Steven
CEMS Jin, Jiafeng & Flood, Patrick & Bosak, Janine,
Discussant: Claes, Marie-Thérese

Student Bursary: further details find here.