The Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) has launched a corporate program “Management Essentials: School of Practical Management” for the employees of Sistema JSFC Group.
On September 26, 2020, GSOM Family Global will hold an online meeting of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU) community.
A team of students from St. Petersburg State University (SPbU) reached the finals of the Startup Rally 2020 competition and on September 17-18 will present a technology that can significantly help in the treatment of cancer in Gelendzhik, Russia. The Light Up Team included students from St. Petersburg State University in the fields of Chemistry and Biology and the Master in Management program of GSOM SPbU.
Yury Blagov, Director of the Center for Corporate Social Responsibility, PricewaterhouseCoopers of the Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg University (GSOM SPbU) spoke about the role of non-financial reporting in transforming the corporate sustainability model during an online conference of the business media Vedomosti.
The Graduate School of Management of St. Petersburg University (GSOM SPbU) together with VTB Bank has begun training experts from leading Russian companies for teaching as professors of practice. The first launch of the course "Toolkit for a Business School Professor of Practice", developed by the teams of GSOM SPbU, VTB and Moscow City Pedagogical University (MGPU), has been successfully completed. According to the developers, such courses are currently in great demand, as they provide, on the one hand, the opportunity for professionals to share their experience and try their hand at university-level teaching, while helping universities to form modern academic programs that contribute to improving the quality of national business education.
Irina Berezinets, Associate Professor of the Department of Finance and Accounting of the Graduate School of Management, St. Petersburg State University (GSOM SPbU), and Ekaterina Sokolova, Associate Professor of the Department of Public Administration, Academic Director of the Master in Urban Management and Development (MUMD), in an article for the Sobaka.ru portal (available in Russian only) described how the transportation sector will change in St. Petersburg after the pandemic.
This year has changed a lot in our lives, set us challenging tasks and made us look for non-standard solutions in conditions of uncertainty. It was not easy, but at the same time it was incredibly interesting. After all, all of us come to the university in order to create new knowledge and share it.