Thank you for Joining the Global Business School Network at the 10th Annual Conference in Manila!
The 2015 Annual Conference was a great success. 130 business school deans and faculty spanning 6 different continents joined us in Manila, Philippines. We hope you made lots of new connections and enjoyed the lively discussions and interactive sessions.
We heard many great presentations over the course of the conference and you can you can access a few of them below.
Business Schools for Impact: Teaching About Business at the Base of the Pyramid
Moderator: Ronald Chua, Associate Professor, Asian Institute of Management, Philippines
Speakers: Marie Lisa Dacanay, President, Institute for Social Entrepreneurship in Asia,Philippines
Christine Gent, Executive Director, World Fair Trade Organization - Asia, Thailand
Gaston Ortigas, Jr., Associate Professor, Asian Institute of Management, Philippines
Mathabo le Roux, Economic Affairs Officer, UNCTAD, Switzerland
Christiane Stepanek, Chief, Partnership Initiatives for Investment & Enterprise Development, UNCTAD, Switzerland
Disruption Showcase Models from Around the World:
By Ranjan Banerjee, Dean, S.P. Jain Institute of Management & Research, India Download Presentation
By Chito Salazar, Head, PHINMA Education, Philippines Download Presentation
By Christopher & Maria Victoria Bernido, Central Visayan Institute, Philippines Download Presentation
Engaging a Shy Classroom in Case Method:
By Savita Shankar, Associate Professor, Keio Business School, Japan. Download Presentation
Keeping Up with the Times: Evolving Relationships Between Industry and Academia:
By Gerardo Borromeo, Vice-Chairman & CEO, Philippine Transmarine Carriers Inc., Philippines
& Margaret Andrews, Managing Director, Mind and Hand Associates, USA Download Presentation
About the Conference Hosts
About the Global Business School Network
The Global Business School Network is a nonprofit organization dedicated to strengthening management, entrepreneurial and leadership talent for the developing world through better access to quality, locally relevant education. GBSN harnesses the power of a network of nearly 70 leading business schools that share a dedication to our mission to build management education capacity for the developing world.
About the Asian Institute of Management
AIM is the Asian pioneer in international management education. Established in 1968 with the Harvard Business School, Asian academicians, and prominent business leaders, the institute designs its masters and executive programs to develop practicing managers in Asia’s emerging markets. With more than 40,000 alumni, AIM has clientele and alumni worldwide, and meets the global accreditation standards of the US-based Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). AIM offers three degree programs: the Master in Business Administration (both full-time and executive), and a Master in Development Management. The institute is also well-known for open enrollment and custom executive programs for business and non-business organizations.