Frankly speaking I was a little shocked. Now, Oculus will never be what it was intended to be. Gone are the days when smart individuals and teams started companies, built products and solved burning problems facing the society through their creative ideas, because they were passionate about them. Today, the very same people start businesses … Continue reading My take on Facebook takeover of Oculus Rift
Another exciting weekend passed by and I don’t know how I’m keeping up with the speed of information inflow. Well, it’s actually the energy of my lovely classmates, I’ll tell you how. Time between last study weekend and this one felt very short. We had enough readings to do, home assignments to submit, data to … Continue reading Does teamwork reduce stress?
Why the hell an R&D manager or a lawyer needs to learn Financial Accounting at Business School? The secret answer; because they need to pass the exams and get a degree that they paid so much money for. Prof. Anna Turner (http://business.ceu.hu/profiles/faculty/anna_turner) may give a different justification though. Engineering has taught me right and … Continue reading It’s all about numbers
A piece of history, saw this Trabant (the iconic East German car!) in the castle district of Budapest. If you look closely on the window, the owner found a nice and successful way to fund its maintenance costs! And finally, this was on the way back to Munich this evening. Taken somewhere over Austria. The crappy phone … Continue reading Spotted a Trabby in Budapest!
Whooaaa! That was like a sprint! I’m just back from our first study weekend at CEU Budapest, from Friday afternoon to Sunday afternoon, 3 different subjects, class discussions, home assignments, study group projects and some socializing in between, calling it business as usual would be an understatement. The first courses we’re being introduced to are … Continue reading Feeling excited after first study weekend!
My name is Sam and I just started EMBA program at CEU Business School, Budapest with 33 other brilliant classmates. I’m sure we must all be awesome, the city and the school are great as everybody during the introduction said, “I’m happy to be here”. Our program started off with an orientation week. Day1 was … Continue reading EMBA Orientation week – my impressions