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2015-2016 Academic Seminars

May 18 Aysun Alp,Sabancı University
The Real Eff ects of Tightening Credit Ratings Standards
April 27 Orkun Saka,London Business School
Domestic banks as lightning rods? Home bias during Eurozone crisis
April 27 Meltem Denizel,Özyeğin University (IE-OPIM Joint Seminar)
Lot Sizing for Spare Parts and Refurbished Cores in a Remanufacturing Environment
March 30 Haluk Ferden Gürsel,Webster University
Fraud and Corruption Threats to Contemporary Corporate Executive
March 23 Ufuk Coşkun,University of Arizona
Normalizing Networking: Blurring Social Good with Personal Profit in Neoliberal Times

February 24

John Goodwin,Sabancı University
Stock market reaction to accounting misstatements: Australian evidence

January 28

Ronan Jouan de Kervenoael,Sabancı University
Understanding Authenticity Construction in a Digital Era: Brands User Generated Content and Digital Advertising Practices

January 11

Yasemin Kisbu Sakarya ,Koç University
Estimating causal effects in testing causal mechanisms

December 9

Aysun Alp,Sabancı University
Time-Series Shifts in the Use of Bond Covenants

November 12

Kıvılcım Döğerlioğlu Demir, Sabancı University
A context-dependent view of anchoring: The Effect of Consumer​ ​Adaptation of Incidental Environmental Anchors on Willingness to Pay

November 11

Ayşe Kocabıyıkoğlu,Bilkent University
Newsvendor Decisions: The Value of Information

November 4

Oğuzhan Aygören
Why Do We Vote the Way We Do: Toward A Theory of Voting Behavio

September 16

İhsan Ercan Sadi,NYU
Governments, Banks, and Public Debt: Turkish Political Stability in the Era of Global Capitalism

2014-2015 Academic Seminars

June 24

Melis Almula Karadayı, Yeditepe University
Imprecise DEA Framework for Evaluating the Efficiency of State Hospitals in Istanbul

June 19

Rik Pieters,Tilburg University
Time to Cut Through: Duration – Frequency Effects of Advertising

June 11

Remzi Gözübüyük,Ozyegin University
When does centrality hurt performance? The role of institutions in creating and regulating social networks

June 10

Aslı Çolpan,Kyoto University
The evolution and resilience of business groups in economic development

June 4

B​erna Beyhan Bozkırlıoğlu​ , ​Bahçeşehir University
Motivations of academics to interact with industry: the case of nanoscience

May 20

Koray Şimşek,Sabancı University
Optimal Procurement with Take-or-Pay Contracts in the Presence of Storage 

May 8

Sebahattin Demirkan,University of Maryland-College Park
Audit Pricing for Strategic Alliances: An Incomplete Contract Perspective

April 15

John Goodwin,Sabancı University
What is the relationship between audit partner busyness and audit quality?

March 25

Prabirendra Chatterjee,Sabancı University
Transparent or disguised: The impact of sponsored content advertising on two-sided media platforms

March 25

Leslie Hallam,Lancaster University
Advertising: The Dark Art”

March 10

Arzu Wasti,Sabancı University
Trust across Cultures: Implications of Dignity, Face and Honor Logics

March 4

Dilek Çetindamar,Sabancı University
Venture Capital Firms as Impact Investors: Hybridization?

February 25

Burcu Taşoluk,Sabancı University
Why CSR Creates Favorable Brand Attitudes: A Multi-Country Study of Individual, Category and Societal Moderators

February 18

Cenk Koçaş,Sabancı University
Pricing the Fat Head, the Chunky Middle, and the Long Tail

January 28

Mahmut Bayazıt , Sabancı University
Delivering Bad News to Followers: Gender and the Impact of Cognitive Reappraisal vs. Suppression Requests on Followers’ Emotion Regulation and Leader-Follower Relations

January 21

Tauhid Zaman,MIT Sloan School of Management (OPIM Seminar)
Optimizing the Timing of Content in Online Social Networks

January 15

Daniel Friel, Universidad de San Andrés, Buenos Aires
Value Chain Driven Innovation as a Means for Filling Institutional Voids: The Case of IMPSA in Brazil

December 26

Ersin Korpeoğlu,Carnegie Mellon University (IE-OPIM Joint Seminar)
Innovation Contests with Multiple Contributors

December 25

Işın Güler, Sabancı University
Fail Often, Fail Big, and Fail Fast? Learning from Small Failures and R&D Performance in the Pharmaceutical Industry

December 9

Rik Pieters , Tilburg School of Economics and Management (TISEM) of Tilburg University
Mediation Analysis is a Mess

November 14

Gönül Çolak, Xiamen University
Political Uncertainty and Leverage Adjustments: An International Perspective

November 4

Özcan Sarıtaş,University of Manchester
Research and Innovation Futures (RIF) 2030: Exploring new ways of organising research and innovation

October 15

Sharif H. Melouk,The University of Alabama   (IE-OPIM Joint Seminar)
Scheduling in Healthcare

October 14

Nihat Aktaş,WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management  (Finance Seminar)
Do Credit Rating Agencies Affect The Acquisition Process?

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Sabancı University hosts Unilever President Paul Polman

“Today is the best day to start building a better world!”

Bringing the global world of business to its students with more than 700 conferences every year, Sabancı University hosted a lecture by Paul Polman, President and CEO of Unilever, one of the world’s largest fast-moving consumer goods companies.  Paul Polman gave a lecture titled “Creating a Better Future Everyday Made By You.”

The lecture was hosted by Sabancı University Board of Trustees Chair Güler Sabancı, President Professor Nihat Berker and School of Management Dean Professor Füsun Ülengin.

In her introductory remarks to almost 1000 university students, Professor Füsun Ülengin said that the growing interest in sustainable growth pleased everyone.  Ülengin noted that sustainability had become a strategic priority for the private sector in recent years, and that Unilever was a global leader in innovation for sustainability.

Füsun Ülengin said that by embracing a similar vision, Sabancı University topped the “University Innovation and Entrepreneurship Index” created by the Turkish Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology for the first time in 2012.  Ülengin noted that Sabancı University specifically invites global leaders on sustainability, informing the audience that Sabancı University is the first university signatory of the UN Global Compact in Turkey, that its MBA and Executive MBA are ranked in FT lists, and that the School of Management is a signatory of Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME).  Ülengin also noted that the Corporate Governance Forum under the School of Management implements the Turkish leg of the Carbon Disclosure Project and the Independent Female Directors Project.  Füsun Ülengin concluded her remarks by saying that the objective of Sabancı University was to contribute to the creation of the future and develop leaders for the future.

Taking the floor, Paul Polman said, “Interdependent financial structures, emerging technologies and economic systems make management in a global world more complex.  A fast-changing, irresolute, complex and obscure future awaits us.  It is clear that the balance of the world has been disrupted, and we must all take the responsibility to work towards changing the world.”

Polman stressed the need to transition to a more fair and sustainable mode of capitalism in the light of the consequences of rapid globalization, and said that the secret to successful growth laid therein.

“The social and environmental issues we face are harder than ever.  Population is booming, the climate is changing at an increasing pace, and water resources are dwindling.  While one billion people suffer from hunger, another 1 billion people live in plenty, and over 1 billion children die every year of intestinal diseases” said Polman, and called for the youth to support sustainable life:

“Improving the current situation is our responsibility as today’s leaders, whether in business, government or civil society, and this responsibility will be yours in the future as the next generation of leaders.  Today is the best day to start building a better world.  This is our duty and our responsibility.”

Sustainability is a business model that can both be profitable and have positive impact on nature and humanity
Explaining that Unilever strives to lead global change, Paul Polman continued, “However, this is not something that we can manage alone.  This is why collaboration with NGOs, governments, businesses and universities is of great importance to us.”

Polman said: “At Unilever, our corporate objective is to grow our business by a factor of two while halving our environmental footprint and increasing our positive social impact.  Our Sustainable Life Plan helped us to grow our business by 30% in the past 4 years while reducing energy and water consumption and waste.  Our health and hygiene campaigns touched the lives of a quarter of a billion people.  We now obtain one-third of our raw materials from sustainable sources.  We enabled 450.000 small-scale farmers to receive training in sustainable agriculture.  We have thus proven that sustainability is a winning business model that pays dividends to both the environment and humanity.”




  • "Global Leaders in Management" series: The Sabancı University School of Management hosted an event featuring Bangladeshi professor of economics Muhammad Yunus, who won the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize with his work on microcredit.

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus spoke on the importance of social entrepreneurship

To watch the presentation click here

The Sabancı University School of Management hosted an event featuring Bangladeshi professor of economics Muhammad Yunus, who won the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize with his work on microcredit.  Professor Muhammad Yunus gave a lecture titled “Economic Fluctuations and the Importance of Social Entrepreneurship” at the  Sabancı University campus in Tuzla on Thursday, December 15.  Professor Yunus was received by Sabancı University Board of Trustees Chair Güler Sabancı.

​Following an opening speech by the Sabancı University School of Management Dean Professor Nakiye Boyacıgiller, Professor Muhammad Yunus gave details of the microcredit system established in Bangladesh.  Yunus explained that he personally extended financial guarantee to the people of the town close to his campus in Bangladesh, which helped individuals in financial difficulty to become a part of the banking system.  Yunus said that the system was being utilized in 80,000 villages in Bangladesh and an aggregate of 1.5 billion dollars of credit has been allocated so far, with a successful repayment rate of 99.3%.  Muhammad Yunus added that a similar system was being implemented in Turkey.

Muhammad Yunus said that, in contrast to philanthropy,  money spent in social enterprises brought increasing returns, and added, “Initiatives with a public benefit are considered social enterprises.  These may be done by individuals or partnerships.  Social entrepreneurship can create a new business that earns profit while also helping the people.”

Muhammad Yunus concluded by saying, “The young population today is luckier because they have access to advanced technologies.  They can create opportunities that will engage their potential.  They can access all the information they need.  This empowers them in a way that previous generations did not have.”

Güler Sabancı thanked Muhammad Yunus for his speech, and said, “At Sabancı University, we encourage our students towards social entrepreneurship, and we value such efforts greatly.”  Güler Sabancı presented Muhammad Yunus with a commemorative brick of Sabancı University.

  • Sabancı University Introduced Turkey's "Hidden Champions" in Viyana

Sabancı University School of Management Faculty Member and Entrepreneur Development Program Director Dilek Çetindamar took part in the Conference on Hidden Champions held in Vienna during the Global Entrepreneurship Week.

​Çetindamar’s paper shared the results of a study on three companies in Turkey that are not very well known to the public, but are the top three in their sectors on an international level.  Representing Turkey were the authors of the study, Sabancı University School of Management Faculty Member and Entrepreneur Development Program Director Dilek Çetindamar and doctorate student Türkan Yosun.  Panel chair was Nadia Zhexembayeva from the IEDC-Bled School of Management.  Also taking part in the panel were researchers and companies from Slovakia and Estonia.

The conference was held by CEEMAN (Central and Eastern Europe Management Development Institution), IEDC-Bled School of Management and the Federal Chamber of Economy of Austria to present the preliminary findings of a study covering 18 countries (Albania, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Hungary, FYRO Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine and Turkey), and was attended by government officials, academics, advisors and company managers as speakers and listeners.

The 10 leading companies from Turkey that were included in the study and presented at the conference are Alvimedika, Aksa Akrilik Kimya Sanayi, Arbel A.Ş., Ege Soğutmacılık Klima ve Soğuk Hava Tesisleri İhracat İthalat Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş., Eko Tekstil Sanayi ve Ticaret Limited Şirketi, Kanca El Aletleri ve Dövme Çelik A.Ş., Kordsa A.Ş., Mutlu Akü ve Malzemeleri San. A.Ş, Türkiye Şişe ve Cam Fabrikaları A.Ş. and Yünsa Yünlü Sanayi ve Ticaret A.Ş.

A book will be published by Emerald in 2012 on Hidden Champions, and a chapter of this book will be on the hidden champions in Turkey. 

The first link below provides details about the conference and papers, and the second link leads to the report that includes the companies from all countries.

For conference papers click here

For the full report click here

  • "Global Leaders in Management" series: The Sabancı University School of Management hosted an event with The Coca-Cola Company CEO Muhtar Kent as the keynote speaker

​Held on Monday, October 3rd, the conference was hosted by Sabancı University School of Management Dean, Professor Nakiye Boyacıgiller.  Also attending were Sabancı University Board of Trustees Chair Güler Sabancı and President Professor Nihat Berker.


Muhtar Kent’s discussion points included ‘globalization and the private sector’, ‘the changing role of the private sector’, ‘new rules in competition’, and ‘the significance of globalization trends for the youth and its possible impact on their future plans’.  Arguing that the world needed a strong engine for growth right now, Kent said that if China appears to be slowing, that did not bode well for a quick global recovery.  Kent added that North America and Western Europe were in for a long and mixed recovery, this being less so for Eastern Europe and for many of the “crisis unaware” in parts of Latin America, Africa, and Central and South Asia.Muhtar Kent continued, “Whether it's a financial crisis, or a geopolitical crisis, or an energy crisis, or an environmental crisis - turbulence will be the new norm throughout this decade. And that's not necessarily a bad thing, either. I believe that for every headwind we confront there’s an equally powerful tailwind to be ridden.  The trick is finding it.”

Muhtar Kent emphasized that the world was seeing the rise of both the most sophisticated and engaged youth generation, and the most affluent and mobile over-40 population the world has ever known.

Muhtar Kent also discussed Coca-Cola’s new initiatives for gender equality and the empowerment of women, and said, “Two weeks ago we announced a global partnership with U.N. Women to help advance this effort to provide new business training, mentoring and access to financial resources to women-owned businesses across our Coca-Cola value chain. We believe this initiative will help create not only stronger suppliers and retailers for Coca-Cola, but stronger communities everywhere we operate.”

​Muhtar Kent concluded his lecture by saying, “As the world desperately looks for ways to restart and reset the global economy, the solution lies right in front of us.  Gender equality is simply ‘smart economics’. Sabancı University, of course, knows this better than most and it’s the reason why you've established a Gender and Women’s Study Forum, and it’s why 40 percent of the students here are women.”
The lecture was followed by questions from the floor.

At the end of the conference, Sabancı University Board of Trustees Chair Güler Sabancı presented Muhtar Kent a commemorative brick as a symbol of the university.

  • Sabanci University hosted European Technology Management Scholars

Sabanci University with the support of TUBITAK hosted the 21st European Doctoral Summer School on Technology Management between 5-9 September 2011.

Leading scholars from  Turkey and Europe held session during the Summer School which took place at Sabanci ​Universty Karakoy Communication Cente. Doctoral students from Gaziantep University, Gebze Institute of Technology, Bayburt Univesity and others met with their European counterparts and shared knowledge.

Sabanci Univeristy hosted the 21st European Doctoral Summer School on Technology Management between 5-9 September 2011. In the first day of the event that took place at Sabanci University Karakoy Communication Center, the Dean of the School of Management Prof Nakiye Boyacigiller made the opening speech followed by the lecture of Prof Holger Ersnt from WHU OttoBeisheim School of Management titled “The Integration of R&D and Patents: Applications for New Product Development”.

On 6th of September Tuesday Faculty Members of Sabanci University School of Management Prof Dilek Çetindamar and Dr Özgecan Koçak held a session titled “Technology Management Practices”. On 7th September Wednesday Prof Dilek Çetindamar and İffet İyigün Meydanlı from Arçelik R&D held a “Company Workshop”.

Jan Kratzer of Institut für Technologie und Management, Technische  Universität Berlin, Germany held a session on “The dynamic interplay of technological  capabilites and organisational design processes” on 8th of September Thursday.

Max von Zedtwitz’s (from Tongji University, China and University of St. Gallen, Switzerland) session titled “Reverse Innovation and the China’s Role in Changing the Global R&D Geography” was held on 9th of September Friday. The same day following lunch the panel titled “From the Editors” was held. The participants of the panel were Jeff Butler (Manchester Institutie of Innovation Research, Manchester Business School, University of Manchester, UK R&D Conferences Representative, and Editor of R&D Management), Jonathan Linton (Telfer School of Management, University of Ottawa, Canada, IAMOT Representative, and Editor of Technovation: the International Journal of Technological Innovation, Entrepreneurship, andTechnology Management). The topics of “New Trends in Technology and Innovation Management” and “How To Publish Your Work In The Best Journals” were discussed in the panel.

The textbook titled “Technology Management Activites and Tools” which was authored by Prof Dilek Çetindamar of Sabanci University School of Management and published by Palgrave/Macmillan was employed during the lectures of the Summer School.

  • The Third International Conference on Corporate Governance in Emerging Markets is supported by CGFT

The third of biannual conferences organized by Emerging Markets Corporate Governance Research Network (EMCGN) and supported by Sabanci University Corporate Governance Forum(CGFT)  will be held in Seoul, Korea on 28-29 of May 2011.

Accepted papers are announced on the Conference Web site:

Two of the accepted papers are authored by Sabanci University faculty members. The first conference in the series was hosted by Sabanci University Corporate Governance Forum in 2007.


  • Social Entrepreneurship Conference

In 4th of June 2010 the 5th International Social Entrepreneurship​
Conference was co-organized by INSAEAD and SU. The title for the conference was "Social Entrepreneurship for Change". Over 240 people from  From 19 different nations (Africa, the Americas and the Middle East) brought global and local perspective to social entrepreneurship.


International Conferences Hosted by Sabancı SOM

  • Changing Universities : Governance, Relevance, Performance. Oct 2009

               - 70 delegates from 14 countries
               - Hosted w/oxford, Uppsala and Siena universities
               - EU sponsored Civil Society Dialogue project

  • International Entrepreneurship Forum. Sept. 2009

               - 100 delegates from 22countries.
               - Hosted w/ Univ. of Essex, OECD, International Innovation Initiative
               - Sponsors: SU, Tubitak & number of Sabancı SOM Friends including Candace!


  • International Organization Network. May 2009

               - 40 delegates from 10 countries
               - Hosted with Koc University


               - 70 delegates.
               - Sponsored with the European Research Council

  • Odysseus 2009 - Fourth International Workshop on Freight Transportation and Logistics, May 2009

               - 160 participants from 15 countries
               - Hosted with: Koc, Bilkent, Dogus, Bogazici, ODTU
               - Sponsors: Tubitak, Borusan Lojistik

15th Annual CEEMAN Conference

Globalization and Its Implications for Management Development
27-29 September 2007
Istanbul, Turkey

CEEMAN’s 15th Annual Conference was held on 27-29 September 2007 in Istanbul, Turkey. The central theme of the conference was “Globalization and Its Implications for Management Development”. The host institution is Sabanci University, Sabancı School of Management, headed by its Dean, Prof Nakiye Boyacigiller.

The conference focused on leadership development issues and challenges in the context of the globalizing world economy. It explored what makes the current globalization process different from ones the world has witnessed in the past and sketch the new world that we are heading towards. Whether driving these changes, or responding to them, businesses are facing the need for a new generation of leaders, those who be capable of leading their companies towards achieving and sustaining global competitiveness, while at the same time acting as agents of social change and transformation on both local and global scale. This imposes new challenges for business schools and other management development institutions.

Cross-cultural aspects and the related challenges for business school leadership were discussed in more detail within the Deans and Directors Meeting, which is an integral part of the conference.

Prof Chan Kim from INSEAD with his world famous Blue Ocean Strategy,  and Dr Ichak Adizes, Founder and CEO of the Adizes Institute, US, we the keynote speakers of the conference. Other prominent academic leaders such as Prof Jean-Pierre Lehmann, professor at IMD in Lausanne, Switzerland and founding director of the Evian Group, Jonathan Gosling, Director of Centre for Leadership Studies, University of Exeter, UK, as well as corporate leaders such as Muhtar Kent, President and Chief Operating Officer of The Coca Cola Company, as well as outstanding panel of Turkish business leaders, provided their thoughts on these topics and inspire discussion on two critical issues.

The 15th CEEMAN Annual Conference events included:
. Deans and Directors Meeting (September 27 - Sabanci University)
. 15th CEEMAN Annual Conference (September 27 - Sabanci University, September 28 - Hotel Marmara)
. CEEMAN Annual Meeting (September 29 - Hotel Marmara)
. Seminar on new CEEMAN Accreditation scheme (September 29 - Hotel Marmara)
. CEEMAN 13th Case Writing Competition Award

In the executive insights series, successful managers from the business world present their work experience and diverse problems they encounter in the business world to our students, alumni and the faculty. As a policy there are no constraints on topic selection; on the contrary the speakers are encouraged to select their themes. It is believed that the reflection of real life problems, in terms of perceived business objectives, the strategies established to achieve such objectives and means of solutions, are very educational for the students.

2012-2013 Executive Insights

Çağatay Özdoğru Ceo of Esas Holding Profesyonel Yaşam ve Girişimcilik 2012-12-11

2011-2012 Executive Insights 

Beth Comstock Chief Marketing Officer of GE Innovation and Collaboration 2012-02-23
Muhtar Kent  Ceo of Coca-Cola Company Küreselleşme ve özel sektör,özel sektörün değişen
rolü,rekabetin yeni kuralları,küreselleşme trendlerinin
gençlerin gelecek planlarına etkisi nasıl olmalı?   Basın bülteni için tıklayınız.

2010-2011 Executive Insights

Faik Açıkalın Leadership General Manager of Yapı Kredi Bank 2011-04-28
Dr.Josef Ackermann Ceo of Deutsche Bank The Global Financial System After
The Crisis
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George Spanoudis CEO of Shell & Turcas Shell & Turcas Joint Venture Story 2010-03-02
Huseyin Gelis President & CEO of Siemens Turkey The Golden Rules for working in multinational
Ian Davis McKinsey & Company Leadership in Business 2010-02-17
Ahmet Esen Country Manager, Pfizer China Come and get inspired by the tips and
experiences of successful leaders

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For more information please contact Melis Ulker Buker at at 0216 483 9665; or at

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Akın Öngör Former Ceo of Garanti Bank Keep Going When I am Gone 01.04.2017
Galya Frayman Molinas Business Unit President Turkey Coca Cola company   25.02.2017
Işıl Karadağ  Co-Founder and CEO Ünite İletişim The Impact of Communications on Business Success for Your Company and You 21.01.2017
Mert Terzioğlu Managing Director Simon-Kucher & Partners Why Pricing is so important? Experiences and lesson learned. 26.11.2016
Ahmet Esen Former President of Pfizer-China Doing Business in China 05.11.2016
Hilmi Güvenal Türkasset Varlık Yönetim A.Ş. ,CEO How to Manage Bank Loans and Non Performing Loans  and Crisis Management Business Life 04.06.2016
Akın Öngör Former Ceo of Garanti Bank Benden sonra devam 12.03.2016
Ebru Koksal Galatasaray SC,General Assembly Member Leadership Lessons from the World of Football 13.02.2016
Meltem Müftüler Baç Sabanci University,Jean Monnet Chair The Revitalization of  Turkey's relations with the European Union:Old wine in New Bottles? 09.01.2016
Şükrü Ünlütürk Suntextile,Owner Entrepreneurship 12.12.2015
Hakan Ateş Denizbank,CEO Strategic Continuity 07.11.2015
Göktuğ Gür Philips Türkiye,CEO Leadership Competencies 18.04.2015
Akın Öngör Former Ceo of Garanti Bank Benden sonra devam 04.04.2015
Pınar Kalay Vodafone Türkiye İnsan Kaynaklarından Sorumlu İcra Kurulu Başkan Yardımcı En iyiler neden Vodafone'u tercih eder? 21.03.2015
Hüseyin Arslan Arbel A.Ş,CEO Google'da bulamayacaklarınız 17.01.2015
Neriman Ülsever Sabancı Holding IK Grup Başkanı Reflections 06.12.2014
Şevkinaz Alemdar Erdemir Grup Satınalma Koordinatörü   29.11.2014
Steven Young Bosch Türkiye,CEO Değişen Global Trendler Bosch'un "Yaşam için Teknoloji" vizyonu 22.11.2014
Temel Aksoy Fikirhane,Danışman   18.10.2014
Burak Ertaş, CEO 'un başarı hikayesi 20.09.2014
Abdullah Orkun Kaya TTNET Genel Müdürü Telekomünikasyon sektöründe rekabet ve strateji 31.05.2014
Ömer&Haldun Dormen Tiyatrocu ve Yönetmen  Hayata Dair 17.05.2014
Akın Öngör Former Ceo of Garanti Bank Benden sonra devam 05.04.2014
Bekir Ağırdır KONDA Araştırma ve Danışmanlık Genel Müdürü Toplumsal dip dalgalar:Geleceğe gündelik hayattan,toplumsal ce kültürel dinamiklerden bakmak 29.03.2014
Nezih Barut Abdi İbrahim İlaç A.Ş Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı Bir Başarı hikayesi 22.03.2014
Roueida Hobeika MATIN Doğuş Retail Group Ceo Retail is detail 15.03.2014
Hakan Bayman Brisa İcra Kurulu Başkanı Müşteri odaklı inovasyon 08.03.2014
Can Akkan Sabancı Üniversitesi Öğretim Üyesi Analitik Yöneticilik:Risk modellemesi neden ve nasıl 08.02.2014
Emin Hitay Hitay Yatırım Holding Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı Herkes girişimci olabilir mi, olsa da yapabilir mi? 01.02.2014



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