The application of neuroscience toward well-being in organizational life has been an emerging field of research over the last few decades and Branchi and Alleva (2006) proposes that these protocols are developing as a specific domain within the fields of management science, organizational behavior, human resource management, and related areas. According to Bandura (1991) the key focus should be understanding the application of brain-based well-being systems and offering tools for healthy behavior change within the organizational context. Lupien SJ, Maheu F, Tu M, et al. (2007) suggests that understanding how to effectively apply the findings from neuroscience may lead to positive neurophysiological and psycho-social health benefits. To enhance health and well-being in organizations, learning from neuro-science should be applied practically (Parsons, 2019) as this approach has shown to sustain health and improve well-being at work.
Dr. Block Instructing On Executive Performance Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce that Dr. Corrie Block of Monarch has released his latest book entitled “Spartan CEO”. In the book Dr. Block discusses the Six Pillars of Executive Performance”. CEOs who exercise tend to be more successful. But does it matter whether they […]
It is with great pleasure that Monarch Business School Switzerland announces that Dr. Morgan Clevenger, a Post-Doctoral Candidate at Monarch, has been named a finalist for Best Book Award in the Social Issues in Management Division at the Academy of Management. The book stems from his dissertation work as a PhD Candidate at the University of Missouri. The book is entitled: “Corporate Citizenship and Higher Education: Behavior, Engagement and Ethics” published by Palgrave MacMillan, 2019.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to announce that Prof. Anastasiia Lutsenko, Professor of Management, is a contributing editor on a new release with Springer. Her research focuses on the nexus of entrepreneurial orientation, learning orientation, and human resource management.
On September 24th, 2018 Professor Lutsenko, Professor of Management at Monarch Business School, presented at UNIT.city on individual transformation, creativity, collaboration, team building and leadership. She used her recent research experience at Burning Man 2018 as a catalyst for the discussion. Professor Lutsenko’s research investigates how individual creativity through personal transformation can bring increased personal confidence, leadership, team building and breakthroughs at the group level.
Professor Anastasiia Lutsenko from Monarch Business School Switzerland recently completed the 2018 IMTA Teaching Conference through CEEMAN in Bled, Slovenia. The learning process was a great experience and she brings many new insights and ideas back for implementation at Monarch. MBS looks forward to sending more faculty to Bled so that the quality of the Monarch programs continue to improve.
Prof. Anastasiia Lutsenko, Ph.D. in International Business Candidate has presented her research (as a single author research note) at the Continuous Innovation Network 18th Annual Conference “Digitalization and innovation: designing the organization of the future”, which took place at the Potsdam University, Potsdam, Germany between the dates 10-12 September 2017. The topic of her presentation was “Human Resource Management Practices and Entrepreneurial Orientation: Evidence from the Software Engineering Industry in Ukraine”.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce that Doctoral Student and Associate Professor Ms. Anastasiia Lutsenko has been invited as an International Visiting Research Trainee at York University, Ontario, Canada. York University is renowned for its excellence in teaching, renowned academic scholarships and visionary research programs.