The ICSB Leadership Dean’s Council is
an invitation-only meeting in Washington DC for twenty (20) select participants
from around the world. This unique event, developed by the International
Council for Small Business (ICSB), gives university deans a venue to discover
innovative public-private partnerships for their institutions. The program is
designed in a way that allows you to meet face to face with deans from around
the world, while participating in high-value sessions with expert insight from
top business leaders and educators from the ICSB network. The theme of the
event is "Innovative Partnerships to Impact Today's Dynamic World"
and facilitators will focus on two main topics - (1) Creating Innovative
Public-Private Partnerships and (2) Developing Impactful Programs.
Please contact the ICSB at email@example.com to apply for a spot today! Deadline to apply is
September 1, 2013.
The ICSB Leadership Dean's Council is the perfect venue to discover university public-private partnerships. Our location allows us to interact with leading organizations like USAID, VISA Inc, The World Bank Group, The National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), the U.S. Department of State Global Entrepreneurship Program (GEP), the ASPEN Institute, the Global Business School Network (GBSN), the U.S. Department of Commerce, Bloomberg News, the Wall Street Journal, the Washington Post, Ashoka and much more.
This inaugural ICSB Leadership Dean's Council program will provide participants with examples and best practices by leading business schools. Serving as a forum for educators and business leaders from around the world, it is an excellent opportunity to come together to exchange ideas, review your school's strategies and techniques, and enhance your competitive edge.
Program sessions are intended to join subject leaders and practitioners in management education to deepen the understanding of initiatives, models and processes, and to translate an institutions' experience into learning that can be adapted and replicated. In Washington DC, you will have the unique opportunity to engage with some of the major organizations doing work with universities around the globe. This is your chance to build and expand your network at a premier international forum exclusively for business school deans, while participating in a variety of thought-provoking sessions from top business leaders and educators.
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