The Global Business School Network is a nonprofit organization that partners with business schools, industry, foundations and aid agencies to improve access to quality, locally relevant management education for the developing world. With a growing network of over 70 leading business schools on 6 continents, we foster cross-border networking, knowledge sharing and collaboration. Our programs engage our network members to advise, train and mentor regional educators.
The Global Business School Network’s mission is to build management education capacity for the developing world. GBSN harnesses the power of a global network of leading business schools to facilitate collaboration and knowledge sharing, advancing management education that delivers international best practice with local relevance.
For the developing world to have the management talent it needs to generate prosperity.
GBSN's work in three intersecting areas of activity leverages the power of our network to improve access to quality, locally relevant management education in the developing world.
Networking and Knowledge Sharing
GBSN’s annual conference, topical summits, webinars, web resources and networking activities provide opportunities for cross-border connections and knowledge transfer that lead to management education that combines global best practice with local relevance. These activites engage, inform and connect over 70 leading business schools members with each others, as well as colleagues and partners around the globe.
Capacity Building Programs
GBSN engages our network membership of top business schools to advise, train and mentor management, entrepreneurship and leadership educators in the developing world. From mobile education to case writing to career services, our programs are customized to address the needs of each institution and community.
GBSN advocates for the importance of management education in development efforts across sectors, including health, agribusiness and entrepreneurship. As a convener and catalyst, we have been proud to see broad changes in how management education is viewed and approached around the world.
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