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Insight Interview with Prof. Marshall Langer

Marshall Langer is a graduate of Boston University and Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He entered academia after a 12 year career working for multinationals in the USA and Europe, principally in investment banking (Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette) and investment arbitrage (BNP Paribas).

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Employer Branding strategies: companies defending themselves

A communication strategy that is gaining ground between competitiveness and “Z tendencies”.

In today’s job market scenario, it is interesting to note how the adoption of a communication strategy is becoming essential for companies. A company’s mission, its objectives, and its ethics are easily contestable elements in a highly competitive market that is struggling to generate...
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Reinventing “smart cities” through culture

Tremendous breakthroughs in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) have sent optimism skyrocketing regarding the ability of technology to utterly transform synchronous cities. In an unprecedented crescendo of optimism, analysts have predicted that the "information age" will empower people to reinvent their cities and establish the long anticipated post-industrial economy. Thus, many cities around the world...
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Conference with prof. David Clutterbuck – Coaching and Mentoring

Conference held by prof. David Clutterbuck, one of the world's leading coaching and mentoring experts.

Rome, June 26th 2017, from 11am to 1pm, an initiative organized by the Rome Business School. An unmissable event for all enthusiasts, managers, human resource managers and professionals in the Coaching and Mentoring industry.On June 26 in Rome, at the Rome...
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A brief history of political propaganda & marketing – Part II

Political Marketing as science, politicians as living products

Until the first half of the XX century, political propaganda had only been restricted to the mass divulgation of arbitrary ideas. In fact, the term propaganda—which comes from the Latin “propagare” meaning “to spread, to extend, to be disclosed”—has historically been regarded as a...

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Graduation Ceremony – May 2017

Last Saturday, May 13th, the Rome Business School celebrated its brilliant students by holding its annual Graduation Ceremony at the Cavour Congress Centre, in the heart of the eternal city.The ceremony was opened by an inspiring speech delivered by Professor Antonio Ragusa, Founding President and Director of the RBS, who praised the graduates for achieving...
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The Thoren Business School visits our headquarters

On May 12, 2017, the Rome Business School hosted the important initiative of an exchange session with the Thoren Business School from Sweden.The event took place in the prestigious RBS headquarters in Rome, where several topics and issues concerning the academic systems were addressed, with particular attention to the dynamics that characterize the Italian academic...
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The Rome Business School accredited by the EADL

The Rome Business School has recently been accredited by the European Association for Distance Learning (EADL), formerly the Association of European Correspondence Schools.The EADL is the European Association for Distance Learning, an international organization that works to maximize the contribution of market-based distance learning to enhance the skills and achievements of people in Europe,...
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