The World After COVID-19
While we struggle to control the spread of COVID-19 and to save lives today, thoughts are also turning to what the world will look like once COVID-19 no longer presents a crisis. While much uncertainty remains about the duration of the current crisis, there is a consensus that COVID-19 will have a lasting impact on the world. In more ways than one, our behaviors have probably been changed forever. The World after Covid-19, a collection of insights, views, and experiences published by the Global Business School Network (GBSN) is available on Amazon. The book consists of 20 interviews conducted by GBSN CEO, Dan LeClair and Board Chairman, Soumitra Dutta as the world first went into lockdown in the earlier stages of the global pandemic in 2020. The interviews were a reminder that leadership is an intensely human activity, revealing as much about people as it did organizations, economies, and societies.More Details
Business schools are ideally placed to be the nexus between government and society in shaping a collective response to our most critical challenges.
From access to healthcare and education to the all-encompassing disruptions of climate change, as leaders in business and higher education, we have to forge a response that recognizes and addresses with intent the disparate ways these issues affect various populations.
How do we upskill, collaborate, and innovate across sectors with a need so urgent and vast? Join us at GBSN Beyond to explore these questions and collectively take action to develop sustainable solutions!
What we do
Economic and social development in the developing world is limited by the lack of management and entrepreneurial skills.Our Challenge
To improve access to quality, locally relevant management and entrepreneurship education for the developing worldOur Mission