We belong to the category of fools: says investor Michal Tesař from NUAF

An interview with Michal Tesař, co-founder of NU Angel Fund, about investing in start-ups, why they are called fools, and supporting start-ups.

Todd Moore: Balancing tradition and innovation in a family business

Todd Moore, a third-generation member of Weir's Furniture, shared his experiences balancing tradition and innovation in the family business during a guest lecture at NEWTON.

Dr. Anna Plechata Krausova: X-tream training showed me that my limits are flexible

How did Rector Anna Plechatá Krausová experience the challenges of X-tream Management training? What impact did it have on her, and what benefits did she gain? You will find out in the interview.

Tomas Studenik: I want people to take more risks

Czech innovator and entrepreneur Tomas Studenik shares his journey and philosophy on learning from failure. As the pioneer of Prague's FuckUp Nights, Studenik emphasises the normalcy of failure in both personal and professional realms. He elaborates on his transformative approach to setbacks, revealing how embracing and openly discussing failures can foster innovation and resilience.

Amy Edmondson: “Most of us need a playbook for failure”

Edmondson advocates for a playbook tailored to different contexts, challenging the simplistic "fail fast, fail often" mantra. Through fostering environments where failure is embraced as part of the learning process, individuals and teams can cultivate a growth mindset, essential for long-term success in academia, business, and beyond.

NEWTON University welcomes its new Chancellor, Dr. Anna Plechata Krausova

Dr. Anna Plechata Krausova, the new Chancellor of NEWTON University, expresses excitement about widening the institution's international reach and emphasises a commitment to integrating diverse perspectives into the learning experience.

Roberto Serrano: game theory's insight into international conflict

Professor Serrano's lecture promises valuable insights into coalition dynamics among nations, corporations, and individuals.

Sailing as Our University Sport for 12 Years: Fostering the Skills of Great Leaders

Wind, sea, sun, freedom, faith in one's own abilities and an endless horizon. This is yachting. On NEWTON anyone can become a sailor and gain a lot of unforgettable experiences and valuable experience for personal and professional life. The NEWTON Yacht Club has been operating at NEWTON University for 12 years and the annual NEWTON Cup regatta in Croatia is attended not only by NEWTON students and staff, but also by alumni and friends.

David Hovorka: with a good coach even you can beat Messi

the SK Slavia stopper who won two league titles in the Champions League, the footballer who defended Messi and Lukaku. This is David Hovorka, who is studying for an MSc at NEWTON. Mental Coaching in Sport and Business with Marian Jelinek. Although he had to end his career this year due to serious injuries, he has plenty of plans for the future. He would like to work with youth football and enjoy being in charge of his time. What were his beginnings and what did football bring him?

Blanka Adamová: I pride myself on the energy I spread around

Blanka Adamová regularly runs a summer sales and leadership programme and lectures to thousands of students. She started her career as one of the top 10% most successful rookies and managed to break into the Top 20 salespeople of all time in the company's 155 year history. But she wasn't always like she is now. Although her job is primarily about communicating with people, there were times when she had trouble giving a presentation in front of a class.

Michael Biggs: academics need to have to integrity to say what they think

Last week, NEWTON was delighted to host Dr. Michael Biggs at the Management and Social Science Congress. Dr. Biggs, a renowned sociologist from the University of Oxford, gave a thought-provoking lecture on ‘Authenticity and Identity: The Transgender Revolution’, shedding light on the origins and evolution of the transgender movement.

There are more students than ever - people are finally travelling again after covid!

NEWTON in a delegation to Taiwan - important mission supports democratic values

I will never drop kickboxing - world champion Míša Góralczyková

Michaela Góralczyk has been practicing martial arts since she was a child. No wonder, her dad owns a martial arts club where she practically grew up since she was 6 years old. She was into jui jitsu, but then she tried kickboxing, which became her lifelong love. Today she is one of the top 8 in the world in this sport and is preparing for the prestigious European Games.

Anna Plechatá Krausová: Essay writing is the art of persuasion!

How to bring your business idea to life

Alexandra Zhereb: lots of business students aren’t interested in research, but they should be!

Jacek Alinski: students should be encouraged to think and be curious – not only to memorise theory.

Entrepreneur must believe in their products, says Petr Herian

Jerome Dumetz: studying in English is not as hard as you think!

When I was 18, boys were amazed that I could drive! I’m using TikTok to break stereotypes

NEWTON joins AACSB - prestigious international business school association

A pandemic has changed the world forever. How to find new business opportunities?

I was just a number in the system in high school, says Kamila Sýkorová

YourChance and NEWTON Join Forces to empower youth

Anna Plechata Krausova: Studying at NEWTON will open doors to the rest of the world for our students

Anna Plechata Krausova: Studying at NEWTON will open doors to the rest of the world for our students

“Managers are psychologists on the front line,” affirms senior lecturer Ambrozová

Students Michael Topinka and Šimon Weiss make T-shirts that are reminiscent of Czech history

Student Immanuel Adenubi: Innovations have swallowed the most money in our business

“I recommend doing business with friends, however, you have to set clear values,” says Lumír Kunz