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IBES Alumni Story: Daniela Mühlburger

January 31, 2024

Daniela Mühlburger, BSc MA, investigated stakeholder engagement in the context of sustainability innovations in her Master's thesis. The thesis was supervised by FH-Prof. Dr. Daniela Ortiz, Head of the Institute for Business Ethics & Sustainable Strategy (IBES) and the competence team "Change for Corporate Sustainability" (funded by MA23). In this interview, Daniela Mühlburger gives an insight into the research and… […]Read more on IBES Alumni Story: Daniela Mühlburger

Latest news on Responsible Management Education at FHWien

January 19, 2024

Just in time for the SDG Day next week, the latest report on the Principles for Responsible Management Education has been published. […]Read more on Latest news on Responsible Management Education at FHWien

How can sustainability be managed systematically?

December 12, 2023

Thanks to a typology developed at the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy (IBES), managers can now take a more targeted approach to managing companies' sustainability strategies. The spectrum of strategic positioning ranges from efficiency gains at company level to extensive systematic transformation. […]Read more on How can sustainability be managed systematically?

Sustainability Transitions for Better Business

December 7, 2023

Inspired by the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy’s (IBES) current research project “TransformS”, this winter semester’s “Responsible Management Lectures” presented their “Ideas for Better Business” under the heading of “Sustainability Transitions”. The role of corporate leadership On October 25, 2023, Barbara Kump, Associate Professor at the University of Twente, shared insights into her […]Read more on Sustainability Transitions for Better Business

“Sustainability Transitions” – About the Path to Sustainability

October 16, 2023

The Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy (IBES) at FHWien of WKW invites to the series of Responsible Management Lectures (RML): Ideas for Better Business in October and November. […]Read more on “Sustainability Transitions” – About the Path to Sustainability

Sustainable impulses for Controlling and the Construction Industry

October 5, 2023

The Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy (IBES) of FHWien der WKW, presented strategic approaches for sustainable business in financial management and the construction industry. […]Read more on Sustainable impulses for Controlling and the Construction Industry

In a productive dialogue for a sustainable supply chain

August 21, 2023

Daniela Ortiz, Academic Head of IBES, presented at the European Academy of Management (EURAM) conferences in Dublin (Ireland) and the Academy of Management (AOM) in Boston (USA) on how companies can develop their capabilities for sustainable innovation. […]Read more on In a productive dialogue for a sustainable supply chain

FHWien researchers in exchange with Dr. Fortwengel (King’s College London)

June 22, 2023

On June 15, FHWien researchers welcomed Dr. Johann Fortwengel from King's College London for a joint exchange of experiences. In addition, the Reader in International Management presented his current work to an interested audience. […]Read more on FHWien researchers in exchange with Dr. Fortwengel (King’s College London)

Nils Kruse as a guest-speaker at the Asia-Pacific Conference in Seoul

June 12, 2023

From May 18 to May 21, 2023 Dr. Nils Kruse, Head of Institute for Business Ethics & Sustainable Strategy, served as a speaker at the Asia-Pacific ESA (The Economic Science Association) Conference in Seoul, Republic of South Korea. […]Read more on Nils Kruse as a guest-speaker at the Asia-Pacific Conference in Seoul

Sustainable company cooperations emerge in the region and in competition

June 2, 2023

Gemeinsame Problemstellungen, regionale Verbundenheit und regulatorischer Druck durch die Gesetzgebung fördern Nachhaltigkeitsinitiativen von Unternehmen. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt eine Studie des Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy (IBES) der FHWien der WKW. […]Read more on Sustainable company cooperations emerge in the region and in competition