Cross-Border Webinars

Cross-Border Webinars are a series of curated webinars featuring research, expertise, innovations and lessons learned by GBSN member school faculty. The purpose is to not only provide network members visibility within the network, but also to foster cross-border knowledge sharing and collaboration. It’s intent is to capture and promote information on best practice and lessons learned from GBSN and its members’ experience in building the capacity of management education for the developing world.

Cross-Border Webinars will be administered by GBSN and presented by its member schools.

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Upcoming Webinars


Beyond Graduation: Student Competition Q and A

Welcome to the Beyond Graduation Student Competition Q and A forum with HUMLOG and GBSN. In this unique webinar, lead judge Professor Gyöngyi Kovács of the HUMLOG Institute at Hanken will be discussing the importance of humanitarian logistics, as well as Covid-19 responses within humanitarian logistics in relation to the student competition prompt. She will be joined by the Global Business School Network’s CEO, Dan LeClair and Maddie Handler, Program Coordinator, who will be answering questions from students about competition logistics, as well as moderated by GBSN’s Senior Advisor Rob Vember.

Prior to the webinar, students have the opportunity to submit questions regarding humanitarian logistics, as well as questions surrounding the student competition. During the webinar, Gyöngyi will be answering those and live questions about the topic of humanitarian logistics, and the GBSN team will be answering about the competition. The webinar will be recorded and uploaded to the website, where all Q and A will also be posted. We hope you can join and we can’t wait to meet you!


Date

Wednesday, September 30th, 2020

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 9:00am São Paulo
  • 1:00pm London
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 3:00pm Nairobi
  • 4:00pm Dubai
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 7:00pm Jakarta
  • 8:00pm Malaysia

Registration

Click the link below to register for the webinar.

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Speakers

Gyöngyi Kovács, Erkko Professor in Humanitarian Logistics at the Hanken School of Economics and Subject Head of Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility

Prof. Gyöngyi Kovács is Erkko Professor in Humanitarian Logistics at the Hanken School of Economics and is the Subject Head of Supply Chain Management and Social Responsibility. Prof. Kovács led the HUMLOG Institute since its establishment in 2008 until 2014. She is a founding Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Humanitarian Logistics and Supply Chain Management (JHLSCM) and is on the editorial board of several other journals. She has published extensively in the areas of humanitarian logistics and sustainable supply chain management and is currently leading the EU project HERoS on the COVID-19 response.

Dan LeClair, CEO, GBSN

Dan LeClair is CEO of the Global Business School Network (GBSN), which improves access to quality, locally-relevant management education for the developing world. Prior to GBSN, Dan was an Executive Vice President at AACSB International, an association and accrediting organization that serves some 1,600 business schools in more than 100 countries. His experience at AACSB includes two and half years as Chief Strategy and Innovation Officer, seven years as Chief Operating Officer, and five years as Chief Knowledge Officer.

Maddie Handler, Program Coordinator, GBSN

As a Program Coordinator, Maddie supports the development and execution of GBSN international events and programs that engage members through the exchange of knowledge and best practice across the network.  She will be working closely with member institutions and partners across the globe to support and plan programs and activities that advance GBSN’s mission to improve access to quality locally relevant management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world.

Rob Vember, Senior Advisor, GBSN

Rob Vember is a multi-award winning broadcaster who has worked for some of South Africa’s most iconic media brands across radio and television. Following a semester studying International Business at The George Washington University in D.C., he joined the Global Business School Network as Senior Advisor for Communications and Membership. 


Webinar Library

How to Make Business Schools More Resilient?

MICROSIMULATIONS AND THE FUTURE OF EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING

DEVELOPING MANAGEMENT TALENT FOR AFRICA: CONNECTING BUSINESS AND BUSINESS SCHOOLS
HOW TO REPOSITION INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RECRUITMENT AFTER COVID-19?

MOVING EXECUTIVE EDUCATION ONLINE: HOW MUCH & FOR HOW LONG?
BUILDING A NETWORK OF ENTREPRENEURS IN RESIDENCE
BUSINESS SCHOOLS AND THE CALL TO COMMUNITY ACTION PART 3
THE HUMAN ELEMENT IN ONLINE LEARNING
THE FUTURE OF PROJECT-BASED LEARNING: A CONVERSATION WITH MIKE BARGER
BUSINESS SCHOOLS AND THE CALL TO COMMUNITY ACTION PART 2
BUSINESS SCHOOLS AND THE CALL TO COMMUNITY ACTION
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RECRUITMENT IN TIMES OF GLOBAL CRISIS
FUTURE OF GLOBALIZATION
AFRICA AND THE COVID-19 CRISIS
BUILDING ONLINE LEARNING COMMUNITIES
RECRUITMENT DURING A DOWNTURN
MOVING THE HBS MBA ONLINE: A CONVERSATION WITH SRIKANT DATAR
WEBINAR: STEPPING UP YOUR ONLINE GAME
LOCKING IN JOBS IN A LOCKDOWN:
CORONAVIRUS AND CAREERS FOR BUSINESS GRADUATES
THE ERA OF CHINESE MULTINATIONALS: COMPETING FOR GLOBAL DOMINANCE
BUSINESS SCHOOLS AND THE CORONAVIRUS
DEVELOPING LOCALLY RELEVANT CASE STUDIES FOR AFRICA
NETWORK READINESS INDEX 2019: TOWARDS A FUTURE READY SOCIETY
STRATEGIC BENCHMARKING AS A TOOL TO MANAGE INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF BUSINESS SCHOOLS
CROSS-BORDER COFFEE BREAK WEBINAR: DESIGNING A SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS PROGRAM
MEETING BLOCKCHAIN’S POTENTIAL: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY RESEARCH APPROACH
THE ECONOMIC AND BUSINESS IMPACTS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: REALITY, NOT HYPE
TRANSFORMING BUSINESS EDUCATION
WHAT ARE THE LEARNING SKILLS OF THE FUTURE, AND HOW CAN WE TEACH THEM NOW?
FUTURES AT THE NARXOZ BUSINESS SCHOOL
CASE STUDIES, IMPACTFUL LOCAL VOICES
LEADING GLOBAL CHANGE
HANKEN SCHOOL OF ECONOMICS’ GBSN SCHOLARSHIPS TO MASTER’S PROGRAM
DESIGNING THE BEST TECH-MBA FOR THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
TEACHING RESPONSIBLE LEADERSHIP AND SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AT IMT DUBAI
THE LBS MANAGEMENT SCHOLARS’ ACADEMY INITIATIVE
FULBRIGHT SPECIALIST PROGRAM OFFERS OPPORTUNITY TO TWO GBSN MEMBERS
DEVELOPING DEANS: COMBINING INTERNATIONAL BEST PRACTICE WITH INNOVATION
EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING: WHAT IS IT? WHY IS IT RELEVANT?