In the International Finance Corporation's "Handshake" journal for Public Private Partnerships out yesterday, I write about how governments can work with business schools to bring prosperity to developing economies.
The article details 5 ways governments can engage with schools and describes a successful venture to strengthen micro, small and medium enterprises in Kenya.
Governments and Business Schools: Partnering to bring prosperity to developing economies
"Government aid, policy reform and international investment can do wonders for the people in a developing nation, but they can only take an economy so far. A deep pool of talent with management skills and business know-how is critical if a country is going to develop the local businesses, organizations and agencies that create jobs, provide goods and deliver services."
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Page Schindler Buchanan is the Communications & Media Officer for the Global Business School Network.