15 April 2020
16:00 - 19:00
IPADE Business School
The Global Business School Network (GBSN) invites management scholars and business school administrators to an interactive workshop at the Academy of Management (AOM) Specialized Conference—Advancing Management Research in Latin America. AOM is the preeminent professional association for management and organization scholars. Their worldwide members are professors and Ph.D. students in business schools at universities, academics in related social science and other fields, and practitioners who value knowledge creation and application.
The purpose of the conference is twofold:
- to foster the development of research from Latin American scholars and institutions and
- to attract global authorship to focus on relevant issues in the Latin America context.
The GBSN workshop, happening on April 15th, will focus on developing management scholarship that is credible, and useful, in the Latin American context. This workshop will explore the kinds of research that matter to business and society in Latin America, as well as the resources and models that can support the research. A certificate of completion will be offered to participants in the workshop.
The AOM Specialized Conference is intended for anyone interested in advancing management research for Latin America. Whether you are presenting or discussing a research paper or not, there are many benefits to participating in the conference, including the opportunity to participate in this exclusive workshop presented in collaboration with the Global Business School Network, as well as meetings with journal editors, hackathons, and topical workshops.
By participating in the workshop, participants will
- Share ideas about how their work contributes to sustainable growth in Latin America
- Explore the changing landscape of management research as it relates to Latin America
- Gain exposure to global resources and platforms that enable research that matters for Latin America
Who Should Attend?
- business school administrators responsible for research at a business schools
- management scholars who are interested in developing more meaningful and impactful research agendas—individually, and, for their schools
Chief Executive Officer
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.
A founding member of the Responsible Research in Business and Management (RRBM) initiative, Dan currently participates on its working board. He also serves in an advisory capacity to several organizations and startups in business and higher education. Dan played a lead role in creating a think-tank joint venture between the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) and AACSB and has been recognized for pioneering efforts in the formation of the UN’s Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME), where he served on the Steering Committee for many years. Dan has also participated in industry-level task forces for a wide range of organizations, including the Chartered Association of Business Schools, Graduate Management Admission Council, Executive MBA Council, and Aspen Institute’s Business and Society Program.
Widely recognized as a thought leader in management education, Dan is the author of over 80 research reports, articles, and blogs, and has delivered more than 170 presentations in 30 countries. As a lead spokesperson for reform and innovation in management education, Dan has been frequently cited in a wide range of US and international newspapers, magazines, and professional publications, including the Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, New York Times, China Daily, Forbes, Fast Company, and The Economist.
This session will be offered as part of the AOM Specialized Conference, with no additional registration fee. Participants of the workshop must already be registered for the AOM conference to attend.
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