Töökohad ja ametid
Estonian Business School (SA Estonian Business School), audoktor (1,00)
Chairperson and director of the European Leadership Centre – ELC
Professor and Dean and Director of the IEDC
Professor of management at Nova Gorica Polytechnic, Slovenia
Visiting professor at different business schools
Associate Professor at the University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Political Science
A lecturer and later Associate Professor at the University of Maribor, Faculty of Organization of Work
International Affairs Analyst with the Federal Government in Belgrade.
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
Promoveeriti EBSi audoktoriks 6. detsembril, 2003 a.
UNDP-ILO and PHARE consultant to governments of Poland, Hungary, Albania and Romania and as Honorary Advisor on Management Education to the Yugoslav Chamber of Commerce.
Dr. Purg is the author of two and co-author of several books and numerous articles on technological and organizational change, comparative HRM practices, team building, economic reforms and management development in Central and Eastern Europe.
She edited and co-authored the book Leaders and Teams – The Winning Partnership. Prof. Purg is also the author of several films on leadership and teamwork. She is a frequent guest speaker at European and American universities and international confer
Dr. Purg is Fellow of the International Academy of Management, Doctor Honoris Causa at Moscow State University of Management, honorary professor at Moscow International Higher Business School (MIRBIS) and doctor honoris causa at Estonian Business School. President of the Republic of Slovenia awarded her with the “Honorary Order of Freedom” for her contribution to management development in Slovenia and CEE.
Prof. Purg is also member of several advisory boards, among them of the Advisory Board of Women’s Forum for the Economy and Society, Advisory Board of BAWB (Business as an Agent of World Benefit Global Forum), Advisory Board of Moscow School of Management Skolkovo, of EDHEC France; member of several international organizations, among them The Academy of Management and European Cultural Parliament (ECP) - a forum for outstanding artists, thinkers and other cultural personalities from all Europe. Recently she became member of the UN Global Compact Task Force for development of Principles for Responsible Business Education. Since 2007 she has been Advisor to the President of the Republic of Slovenia.
Purg, D; Gosling, J (2007). How to be Sanguine in Sarajevo: Leadership as Transformation or Tragedy? The B.A.W.B. Interactive Working Paper Series, 1 (3), 85−98.
Purg, D, Bandelj, N (2006). Networks as resources, cultural logic and change mechanism : the case of private business schools in postsocialism. Sociological forum, 2006. 587−622.
Purg, D (2005). Sinergy between Arts and Business: transfer of the art experience to organizational development. Sinergija med umetnostjo in poslovnim svetom: umetniška izkušnja pri organizacijskem razvoju, IEDC Poslovna šola Bled, 20.-22. januar 2005.. Bled,.
Purg, D (2005). New sources of inspiration for leadership (theater, sport, art, music): inspirations from political leadership scene. The 2005 efmd Annual Meeting for deans and directors general, January 20-22, 2005. Fontainebleau. Fontainebleau,.
Purg, D; Bandelj, N (2005). Networks as structural and cultural features of organizations: the case of private business schools in Post-Socialist Europe. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, August 13-16, 2005, Philadelphia USA.. Philadelphia: ASA,.
Purg, D (2005). Introduction: "Leadership and Media - The European Challenges". 3rd European Leadership Centre International Conference, June 2-3 2005. Bled: IEDC,.
Purg, D (2005). Passion: public life and private life. V: JONES, Stephanie, GOSLING, Jonathan. Nelson's Way. London: Nicholas Brealey Publishing.
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|How to be Sanguine in Sarajevo: Leadership as Transformation or Tragedy?||Purg, D; Gosling, J||2007||The B.A.W.B. Interactive Working Paper Series||1.3.|
|Networks as resources, cultural logic and change mechanism : the case of private business schools in postsocialism||Purg, D, Bandelj, N||2006||5.2.|
|Introduction: "Leadership and Media - The European Challenges"||Purg, D||2005||5.2.|
|Networks as structural and cultural features of organizations: the case of private business schools in Post-Socialist Europe||Purg, D; Bandelj, N||2005||5.2.|
|New sources of inspiration for leadership (theater, sport, art, music): inspirations from political leadership scene||Purg, D||2005||5.2.|
|Sinergy between Arts and Business: transfer of the art experience to organizational development||Purg, D||2005||5.2.|
|Management development in CEE||Purg, D||2005||6.7.|
|Passion: public life and private life. V: JONES, Stephanie, GOSLING, Jonathan. Nelson's Way.||Purg, D||2005||6.7.|