After having our master students from ACM05/06 present their seminar thesis the week before, last week it was our PhD student’s turn to present their research projects!
On 05.07.2022, we were able to win Christian Schäfer, Head of Group Strategy, Communication & Board Staff at Provinzial insurance, as a guest lecturer on the topic "Strategy" for the students of the “Versicherungsmanagement” course. Unfortunately, the planned on-site visit at the insurer could not take place due to the pandemic. Nevertheless, we are pleased that Mr.
„Corporate Restructuring and Transformation“ was the overarching topic our master students worked on during this semester’s seminar course ACM05/06 at our Institute.
On June 15th, after a two-year COVID-break, the faculty football cup finally took place again with lots of sun and warm temperatures.
On June 2nd and 3rd, our team traveled to the picturesque town of Vallendar to visit the largest conference in management accounting in the German-speaking region, the 19th Annual Conference for Management Accounting Research (ACMAR), held at the WHU.
During the exemplary organized event, we experienced insightful paper presentations, engaged in lively discussions, and connected with colleagues from across Europe in a friendly atmosphere.
The topics for our upcoming Master Seminar Management Accounting & Control (ACM05/06) are now published on the course page.
The seminar will be covering contemporary Chief Financial Officer (CFO) topics and will take place in collaboration with Deloitte’s “Finance and Performance” team at their new Düsseldorf office.
Application deadline is July 4th, 2022.
We look forward to your application!
After a two-year COVID-break, Prof. Dr. Rohleder trains students in the professional use of Excel again in person
In corporate practice, Microsoft Excel is an indispensable tool for a great variety of tasks and is also used in preparation of important decision-making. In practice, therefore, models in Excel should be understandable, flexible and error resistant. However, the transfer of the corresponding know-how does not play a role in the syllabus of many universities.
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