How can you transform your traditional MBA to serve the increasingly entrepreneurial students coming through your doors?
Since 2010 Chile's entrepreneur-friendly environment has attracted a bevy of start-ups, making it an economic growth leader in Latin America. In 2008 GBSN member school Universidad de Desarrollo (UDD), located in Santiago, went through a complete curriculum revision and adapted their MBA program to better prepare students to be entrepreneurial leaders. UDD is now recognized as the number one entrepreneurship education provider among the best Latin American business schools.
Join us on March 20th for this webinar where UDD’s Associate Dean José Ernesto Amorós will share the changes that UDD's MBA program has been making to "prepare [their] students to be leaders in entrepreneurship, providing an holistic view of business based on a new business cycle.”
During this webinar participants will:
- Learn about business friendly policies in Chile that have allowed new businesses to flourish
- Discover the successes and challenges UDD has had in transforming the curriculum to be interactive and dynamic
- Share ideas for new innovations in entrepreneurship for MBA curricula
PRESENTER: Dr. José Ernesto Amorós
Dr. José Ernesto Amorós is the Associate Dean of Research and Director of Global Entrepreneurship Research Center at Economics and Business School, Universidad del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile.
He is the coordinator and main researcher of Chile's Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, GEM project and member of the GEM Board and GEM's research committee.
He holds a PhD in Management Sciences from ESADE Business School, Spain and was a World Bank-CONICYT Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Universidad Adolfo in Ibanez, Chile. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration and MSc in Marketing from Monterrey's Institute of Technology, Mexico.
Member of Iberoamerican Acadmey of Management, International Council of Small Business, Strategic Management Society and lecture from several Latin-American and Spanish universities. His research interests are entrepreneurship and competitiveness, high growth new business, entrepreneurship and gender and corporate entrepreneurship.
This webinar will be conducted in English and is free of charge. Space is limited, so please register to ensure you are able to attend.
For this webinar, we are partnering with the International Council for Small Business.