How is our community changing the course of the future?
To Nova SBE, positive impact shall have a relationship to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. Our community is committed to foster dialogue and action, by disseminating knowledge, launching innovative projects, supporting organizations' transformation, and leading by example, as responsible citizens. This is the space that will provide the know-how so that the best and most innovative talent, such as yours, can play its role. If you want to lead the future and be at the forefront of change, this is your way in.
Nova SBE has the ambition to become carbon neutral by 2040-45
Nova SBE’s dean, Pedro Oliveira, explained that the school's commitment to sustainability involves initiatives related to investment in research, establishing new partnerships with institutions such as Harvard or MIT and the School´s self-production of energy.Learn more
Meet Inês Freire de Andrade, an Impactful Alumni from Nova SBE and her project No Bully Portugal!
Inês Freire de Andrade is an impactful alumni of Nova SBE who is founded NoBully Portugal! Read this interview to know her career as well as her impactful project that already reached many young people in Portugal!Learn more
Nova SBE Unveils VOICE Leadership Initiative: Catalyzing Competitiveness and Growth in Portugal
Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE), has recently launched the VOICE Leadership Initiative to bolster the competitiveness and growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the country.Learn more
NHEM Reports from Nova SBE Illuminate Critical Health Challenges and Solutions in Portugal
In the pursuit of enhancing societal well-being, the Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) has emerged as a trailblazer in health research through its Health Economics & Management Knowledge Center (NHEM). Dedicated to shedding light on pertinent health issues, NHEM has recently published two insightful reports, delving into unmet needs in healthcare and household spending in pharmacies in Portugal.Learn more
Advancing Decision Sciences: Insights from the Inaugural European Decision Sciences Day at Nova SBE
Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) marked a significant milestone on September 22, 2023, as it hosted the inaugural European Decision Sciences Day. Co-organized by Sreyaa Guha, the event brought together 26 Decision Sciences (DS) scholars from eminent European business schools, forming a collaborative initiative founded by Enrico Diecidue (INSEAD) and Matthias Seifert (IE Business School). This gathering aimed to provide a platform for knowledge exchange, discourse, and exploration of the latest advancements in Decision Analysis.Learn more
BOLD Leadership: Nova SBE's Innovative Program for Future Leaders
In an era defined by rapid change and global challenges, the question of what it takes to be an outstanding leader in the 21st century becomes increasingly crucial. Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) has stepped up to address this query with its groundbreaking initiative: BOLD – Be an Outstanding Leader. This senior manager training program not only equips participants with essential skills but also aligns with the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG 16), emphasizing the role of leadership in creating positive societal impact.Learn more
Diversity and Inclusion by Jenny Hoobler
Jenny Hoobler was interviewed by Líder Magazine on the topics of diversity and inclusion, work and family. She stated that “diversity and inclusion are everyone's responsibility” and that “the mistakes of the past tell us that not focusing on diversity does not lead to diversity”.Learn more
Open and User Innovation Knowledge Center organizes free course
NovaSBE, in collaboration with Nova Medical School and Openand User Innovation Knowledge Center, organized a free course entitled Health Innovation – From Ideas to Impact: As Health professionals, patients and caregivers contribute to technological advantages in health.Learn more
Nova SBE faculty at Annual Conference on Business, Human Rights and the Environment
Alison E. Holm, Assistant Professor at Nova SBE helped to organize the 3rd edition of the Annual Conference on Business, Human Rights and the Environment in which Pedro Oliveira and Miguel Ferreira contributed as speakers in the topic "Corporate Sustainability Due Diligence: From Law to Practice".Learn more
Peak performance: Kilimanjaro leadership quest
In September 2023, Nova School of Business and Economics (Nova SBE) made history as 16 faculty and staff members embarked on an extraordinary journey — the Kilimanjaro Leadership Quest. This ambitious project saw the team conquer Africa's highest peak, Mount Kilimanjaro, imparting invaluable leadership, teamwork, and sustainability lessons.Learn more
A new perspective on the Nova SBE Faculty & Staff Football Team: Fostering Well-being and Unity
In the bustling halls of Nova School of Business and Economics, where minds converge to shape the future of business and society, a lesser-known but vibrant community exists: the Nova SBE Faculty & Staff Football Team. Beyond the classroom walls and office cubicles, this team embodies camaraderie, passion, and a commitment to good health and well-being. Delve here into their story, dissecting it through a fresh lens, and uncovering practical insights that extend beyond theoretical musings.Learn more
Meet Guinanos @ Nova SBE!
Guinanos is a youth volunteer project created by students from Nova SBE that aims to improve the quality of the educational system in Guine-Bissau. The organization comprises two complementary approaches: work from Portugal (GPG) and fieldwork (Guinanos na Guiné).Learn more
Nova SBE at European Researchers' Night 2023!
Nova SBE was represented at European Researchers’ Night 2023, in Lisbon by the Open & User Innovation (OUI) and Leadership for Impact (LFI) Knowledge Centers (KC).Learn more
Nova SBE Flash Retailent project is there!
THE monthly craft event in which an entrepreneur can have the opportunity to promote sustainable products, services, and behaviors!Learn more
Antonieta Cunha e Sá won the Horizon Europe project
Antonieta Cunha e Sá received a grant for the Horizon Europe programme with the project “Co-creating people-centric sustainable neighbourhoods through urban regeneration (WeGenerate)”.Learn more
“In a country where only 20% of the poor have a job, it is a priority to improve working conditions, which does not only involve raising wages.”
Ricardo Zózimo in an interview with Rádio Renascença talked about the priorities that should be included in the next State Budget, in the light of what the Pope proposes.Learn more
Recruitment of teachers? What should change
Ana Balcão Reis defended in a debate on Ao Vivo (Público) the possibility of introducing new criteria to the recruitment of teachers. Click here to watch it!Learn more
Nova SBE launches the 4th edition of the Nova SBE Road to Impact Report!
We are pleased to announce that Nova SBE has just released the 4th edition of the Nova SBE Road to Impact Report, a document that aggregates the school's sustainability path during the last year, fully aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, which are the universal language regarding how the school addresses impact. The report merges with the Research Report, which compiles the most relevant research projects and studies developed by the school's knowledge centers.Learn more
The Extreme Solution
Click here to read an opinion article by Jéssica Lomba on the topic of Extreme Value StatisticsLearn more
The waste of water in the clothing industry.
This paper was hold by students in the following of Global Impact Mindset: UN SDG Module of NOVA SBE. The study will focus on the sixth of seventeen United Nations Sustainable Development goals (Ensure availability and sustainable management of water and sanitation for all). As the clothing sector is one of the sectors in the industry that waste (responsible for approximately 20% of industrial water pollution from textile treatment and dyeing (Niinimäki, K., 2020)) and consume the most water (79 trillion litres per year), the research will be undertaken on this industry.Learn more
Partnerships for Progress: The Role of Universities in Achieving the SDGs in Low- and Middle-Income Countries
This paper was hold by students in the following of Global Impact Mindset: UN SDG Module of NOVA SBE. The article highlights the crucial role of partnerships between universities, governments, and communities in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs). The article argues that these partnerships can help universities in LMICs to address the challenges of expanding research and academic capacity while maintaining equitable access, promote equitable access to education and research, and design solutions that are responsive to the unique needs and challenges facing these groups. The article also emphasizes that universities in LMICs can act as a bridge between different sectors, facilitating collaboration and cooperation towards the common goal of sustainable development.Learn more
Green Bonds: a step towards a more sustainable Financial Market
This paper was hold by three students in the following of Global Impact Mindset: UN SDG Module of NOVA SBE. Undeniably, society’s concern about being green has been growing tremendously for the past years, and environmental awareness is certainly one of the century's burning issues. Consumers are changing their behaviors, opting for sustainable products, and making more aware choices. However, is consumer focused action the best way to make an impact? Is it the most efficient way to reach SDGs?Learn more
Interview to Mami Umayahara, Team Leader of Technical Support team at the Global and SDG Coordination Department, UNESCO
This interview was held, by five students in the following of Global Impact Mindset: UN SDG Module of NOVA SBE. The purpose of this interview is to know concrete actions led by UNESCO to contribute to SDG #4, Quality education for everyone.Learn more
The importance of data and statistic analysis to the achievement of the SDGs
This paper was written, by a student, as a brief discussion of one of the topics presented in the Global Impact Mindset: UN SDG Module of NOVA SBE. The importance of Data for the achievement of the SDGs is a consensual topic over demographic and organs. Decision-makers require data and statistics that are precise, timely, suitably disaggregated, pertinent, available, and simple to use to properly implement and track progress on the SDGs. Over time, both the quantity and quality of data have gradually increased. Data literacy must be improved at all levels of decision-making, and statistical competence still needs to be strengthened. The data producers and users from various data systems will need to work together on this. In order to solve the complex issues surrounding sustainable development, it will also be necessary to create new methods for producing and using data and statistics.Learn more
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