Making the Connection
Management Education Powering Development
Digging wells. Building businesses. Delivering health care. It takes more than a good idea and funding to create sustainable solutions to poverty. It takes strong, local leadership: skilled managers and entrepreneurs to pilot programs, create jobs and improve living conditions. Business schools play a key role in preparing these leaders with programs that teach international best practice with local relevance.
The Global Business School Network 2012 Annual Conference will convene experts from our 50 top international business school members, as well as NGOs, corporations, foundations and education professionals committed to increasing opportunity and improving lives by strengthening management education for the developing world.
This unique gathering is an opportunity to network and share ideas
in an exceptionally collaborative environment.
- Learn about innovative programs
- Share leading-edge approaches to teaching management
- Compare global trends in management education
- Cultivate partnerships with international colleagues
- Visit industry sites and hear from local experts about management challenges in various sectors
Read Lisa Leander's Travel Blog as she prepares for the conference:
Too much of a good thing?
As I read through previous year’s conference evaluations a recurrent complaint from participants arises: You have too many interesting sessions at the same time, I can never choose!In fact, if this were an interview question I would consider it one of those "weaknesses” you are secretly proud to admit. Read more
India, a first look
The tombs will amaze you. The traffic will frustrate you. The food will delight you. The pollution, well that depends on the weather. As soon as you arrive, the colors, the smells, the culture of India will embrace you. Most of all, India will never ever bore you. Read more