People around the world are drawing lessons from various forms of arts- performing arts (theatre, music, dance etc), visual arts (drawing, painting, photography etc) to teach leadership, communication skills, to create awareness about social issues and most importantly to instil empathy.
The Globe and Humanity are at a crossroads. A new constant is challenging the nature of disasters, which prompts the need for rethinking our responsiveness. The emergency responses of yesterday are not aligned to the challenges of today. How do we prepare to protect ourselves?
The University of Illinois’ Gies College of Business has been selected to receive an IDEAS grant from the U.S. Department of State’s Capacity Building Program for U.S. Study Abroad. The grant, which totals approximately $33,000, will help the College find and secure international locations for its new Sophomore Year of Purpose program.
Sasin School of Management, the first internationally accredited business school in Thailand, recently renovated the first and second floors of its main building. The new world-class, participant-oriented facilities provide flexible, reconfigurable workspaces to meet the needs of the entire Sasin community. The renovations were made possible by a generous donation from an anonymous Sasin alumnus.
The University of Illinois’ Gies College of Business, an established leader in hands-on learning has launched the largest experiential learning course in the nation.
Each episode of Grit & Growth introduces you to innovative entrepreneurs across Africa and South Asia, and features expert guidance, practical business tips, and leadership strategies from Stanford University faculty and global business experts.
More than 160 business leaders, along with their management teams, will join Stanford Seed’s newest Transformation Program Class.
Most schools are rapidly pushing for a reversal to in-class teaching. However, the situation is not as simple as a quick reversion to the “old normal”. The feedback is indeed mixed from over a year of remote learning. With the increased potential of teaching to move into new formats, we need to experiment about what works.
Inclusion may be the single word that best defines GBSN and the work that it does. It is an active ingredient in the glue that binds our schools together. At GBSN, we believe it is also our responsibility to help business schools to strengthen their own diversity and inclusion initiatives. But how do you do that with such diverse set of schools that operate in so many different contexts? And how do we do something that actually works, when academic research shows that DEI training programs have not been particularly effective in changing behaviors?
GBSN promotes the expertise and interests of our members by providing a platform to communicate news and open opportunities to global audiences and share how they are innovating in management education to the benefit of their colleagues around the world. The New Member Spotlight series serves as a way for new member schools to introduce themselves to the network.