Magdaléna Dušková

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    Former Key Account Manager responsible for cllent acquisition. Assisted determining the firm´s marketing strategy and the associated CRM system in 2010. After a leave of absence to complete a Masters thesis, she joined Ernst & Young. For  current information, see her profile at Linked-In. She has our best wishes for her continued career success. 



  • Instructor, Eurolingua s.r.o. in Bratislava, Slovakia (2008). Concentrated on small group courses (maximum of four students) and individual tutoring.
  • Acting Supervisor, Department of Foreign Transactions at Tatrabanka a.s., Bratislava, the country´s largest bank (2007-2008). Direct report to the department´s head, Dr. Zuzana Kollarova. Appointed as acting supervisor of the staff for the accounting and charging fees section -- at the age of 19 the youngest section manager in the bank´s history. Held this position for a year before leaving to devote full time to university studies.



  • M.Sc. (2010) in Economics and Management, the University of Economics, Bratislava, Slovakia (2010). Master’s thesis is about Iterative Strategy Formation, an Inductive Approach in which strategy as a concatenation of key decisions is examined. As an integral part of the empirical research, developed a questionnaire about the use and delivery of Strategy Tools & Techniques.
  • Attended the MBA program at the Leipzig Graduate School of Management, Germany (2007/2008) for one year as an exchange student through winning an Erasmus scholarship, receiving a total grants package of 9,500€.
  • B. Sc. (2009) in Economics, University of Economics, Bratislava, Slovakia.



  • Languages: Slovak (native speaker), fluent Czech and English. Enjoyed childhood courses in French and traveling to Paris; current focus on learning German. Attended English-speaking Toastmasters Clubs in Munich and also represent Bridges at the Munich branch of the American-German Business Club.
  • Personal: long distance running and white water rafting (4 to 12 person teams navigating rapids, a good strategy-in-turbulence analogy).