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Books on Social Responsibility in Wartime

  • "Humanitarian Business" - Ivan Toman's book examines the role of business in providing humanitarian aid and reconstruction in war-torn areas.
  • "The Business of War: Military Enterprise and Military Revolution in Early Modern Europe" - David Parry's book examines the relationship between business and military conflicts in early modern Europe.
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Difficult Times


Generative AI and the Roles of Business School Teachers

With more than a year’s worth of generative artificial intelligence (AI) experience under our belts, what has been its impact, we wonder? Is generative AI an existential threat to the education industry as we know it? Or does it bring an abundance of new opportunities to enhance or accelerate our students’ learning? Or both? In our view, answering these questions requires examining the roles that we teachers play in our students’ learning journeys.


Books Oliver Berkman "4000 Weeks" and Paul J. Fielding "How to Manage Projects"

We constantly monitor new trends and knowledge in the world of business, and from now on, our instructors will share information with you about interesting books that, in their opinion, will help you master and multiply your knowledge. This time, Andriy Koreyba - content leader of the "Management of Projects and Proсesses", instructor of KROK Business School, will share with you recommendation of two top excellent books.


Who is a leader and how to become one?

Leadership is[a][b] a multifaceted concept. It can be attributed to a type of power with a top-down orientation or the desire of people to follow people to achieve a common goal. It determines the ability of a single person or several persons to motivate, organize, direct, influence others for the realization of common goals. We suggest getting acquainted with the essence of this concept, theoretical aspects, types of leaders and their inherent qualities.


Books "Diplomacy" by Henry Kissinger and "The Promise of Mediation" by Robert A. Baruch Bush, Joseph P. Folger

These two books not only offer interesting and important perspectives for students in the Mediation and Conflict Management program, but can also be useful for anyone interested in diplomacy, international relations, and the development of mediation skills.