03 / DEVELOPMENT OF SOCIAL SYSTEMS
The development of social systems is considered at the national and global levels, taking into account the main world trends, trends and experience. Much attention is paid to building trust and dialogue with the target audience and partners for the development of social systems.
Global warming, resource pressure, urbanization, biotechnology and their impact on smaller systems. The ability to experience evolution to build powerful systems that are able to adapt and take advantage of global trends.
Paradigms of international relations with the greatest influence in today's world: realism, liberalism and constructivism. Principles of operation of international systems. Attempts to explain the functioning of the world and to describe the place and role of Ukraine in the international system.
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS. DIPLOMACY
International relations provide an opportunity to quickly obtain the necessary information, exchange views, discuss a wide range of issues and reach important agreements at both the regional and global levels.
Security strategies in historical and contemporary contexts. Modern security strategies in the context of national security, economics and finance, technology, environment, energy, culture and ideology, ethics and international law.
Trust as the most valuable asset in the era of "post-truth" and "alternative facts". Reputation management. Establishing trust and dialogue with target audiences. Implementing and consolidating change through effective communication tools.
Jul 5 2019, 10:20
Interview with the dean of Kyiv-Mohyla Business School about what transformational leadership is, where to take resources and when managers need intellectual provocation.
June 5 2020, 03:50
Astarta-Kyiv is one of the largest Ukrainian agricultural holdings, whose shares are traded on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. To achieve this result and to go public in August 2006, the company had to go through a long and difficult path of transformation. The owners and management coped with their task.
Jan 29 2020, 06:45
We live in a world of open systems, so for the success of the organization (state or cultural institution, business, etc.) you need to be able to see yourself as part of a broader system and interact with other players. What result can be achieved by changing your thinking? And what are the prerequisites for changing large systems? Helena Savruk, Managing Partner of the Mohyla Strategic Agency (MSA), Head of the Strategic Architect School and Strategic Leadership in Ukraine's Security and Defense Sector at kmbs, spoke about this.