Engage in research that has a positive impact on sustainable development and participate in workshops to new skills for teaching business and management. On the research side, GBSN offers an array and projects, programs, and learning communities to address important business and management problems in and about the developing world. On the teaching side, GBSN offers workshops, webinars, and other programs to develop valuable skills.
GBSN Beyond the Classroom engages faculty across the world in a virtual experience to keep experiential learning alive. In partnership with Capsim, this experience involves the award-winning Inbox Lab simulation program, helping faculty participants bring their research and cases to life. Faculty will be guided through easy-to-follow checkpoints throughout the process of creating a unique 45-60 minute simulation.More Details
The Business Proofing of Business Schools Webinar Series
Presented by XOLAS, GBSN, EFMD Global Network, and Other Partner Organizations
This webinar series will provide guidance on how to adjust most effectively to this new environment. Sector and topical experts will get at the core of key issues and suggest a way forward. As a participant, you can challenge your own thinking and contribute to the debate.
The Open University Business School Faculty Fellowships
Each year the Faculty of Business and Law at The Open University dedicates at least two fellowships to supporting faculty from the GBSN network to visit the institution for a period of 3 to 6 weeks to work and learn about the Open University approach to distance and online learning, giving priority to faculty in developing country schools.More Details
Developing Talent for Africa Virtual Forum
Presented by GBSN and Ecobank Academy
In this unique, virtual forum, speakers focus on the future that Africa wants and the power of its people to achieve it. The conversations are built to review new opportunities for innovation and collaboration—especially across business and business schools—to overcome these challenges.