Virtual Events

EngageLIVE: Unlocking the Myths of AI and Data Intelligence – How AI Tools Like ChatGPT Can Drive Innovation in Learning and Work

As we start 2023, it’s hard to miss articles talking about AI and data intelligence. This transformational trend has captivated nearly all industries, and is already making an impact in our lives, our workplaces, and our society. 

Data and AI are introducing new ways to create insights and solve problems. From all the buzz of ChatGPT and Deepfakes now, to the advent of radio, calculators and the internet itself years before. 

Technology drives innovation – but it’s people who apply this technology to create real change for real people. To decrease burnout, to fight crime, to feed our world better – and to help save lives. 

Join Engageli for an interactive EngageLIVE session featuring Marijn Markus, Managing Data Scientist, social scientist at Capgemini, along with Talia Kolodny, Director of Partnerships, EMEA at Engageli. Marijn will share examples from his groundbreaking work on data-driven decision making and help us explore the potential of AI and robots in fields like education and workplace learning.

Whether you are a higher education leader or corporate learning professional, you won’t want to miss this session.

Can’t attend live? No problem. Register to receive the link to watch the interactive recording of the session in an Engageli Playback Room.

Localized: Breaking Into Product Management

Are you interested in pursuing a role in tech but you want to work in a non-engineering focused role? If you’re studying engineering, marketing, business management, psychology or another related field you might want to learn about a role in Product Management.

Learn about:

  • What a product manager is responsible for
  • What experience you need to enter the field
  • How to land your first role or internship
  • What kind of work a product manager does on a day-to-day basis

About Ronke Majekodunmi

For many years, Ronke Majekodunmi (she/her) has been a noteworthy leader and powerhouse in product management. She has dedicated her career to creating outstanding, world-class products. She actively invests her time in educating the next generation of product leaders.

Her mission is to make the world of product management more accessible for diverse product makers entering the field by providing insights and authentic experiences for the next generation to draw from.

Ronke actively uses her website and podcast to engage with fellow product managers and provide valuable content that helps expand their careers and create clarity from ambiguity. You can read more on www.ronkepm.com or tune into her podcast “Product Magic” on your favorite listening platform!

Woxsen University & Rhodes Business School |GRLI Courageous Conversation

Woxsen University & Rhodes Business School in association with GRLI will be organising the “GRLI Courageous Conversation”, a platform to discussed the “untouchable” topics concerning the Global South. 

For decades, the various challenges emcompasing schools and varsities at different points of the planet have set a paradigm shift. 

Universities in developed countries face a variety of challenges, including maintaining their competitiveness in a globalized economy, adapting to rapidly changing technology, and addressing the rising cost of higher education. These challenges often involve finding new sources of funding and implementing innovative teaching methods to meet the diverse needs of students.

Additionally, developed countries universities also face the challenge of ensuring that their graduates are prepared for the workforce and can compete in a global marketplace.

In contrast, universities in developing countries often face different and more pressing challenges, such as inadequate funding, a lack of trained faculty, and poor infrastructure. These universities may also struggle to attract and retain students, as many lack the resources and opportunities available at universities in developed countries. To address these challenges, universities in developing countries may focus on strengthening partnerships with other institutions, leveraging technology to improve access to education, and investing in faculty development programs. Additionally, they may also have to work with government to lobby for more funding, policy change and regulations that can help improve their situation.

Hence, a conversation around these matters may settle (or open) new arenas of exploration within the management and higher education segment holistically.

December Cross-Border Collab


DATE & TIME

Thursday, 7 December, 2023

8:00am EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org


GBSN Members are Invited to December’s Cross-Border Collab

More information about the topic and speaker coming soon!

When?

Thursday, 7 December, 2023

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 1:00pm Lagos
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 8:00pm Singapore

Register

Cross-Border Collabs are not open to the public and are only open to GBSN Members. 

What are Cross-Border Collabs?

Cross-Border Collabs are exclusive gatherings for GBSN members, focused on engaging our community to tackle some of the greatest challenges of our time. Facilitated by topic experts, these session will provide a place for our members be active participants in our mission of improving management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world. Collabs are held monthly on every first Thursday of the month. Collabs are an exclusive opportunity for member school ambassadors, deans and leading faculty members.

October Cross-Border Collab


DATE & TIME

Thursday, 5 October, 2023

8:00am EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org


GBSN Members are Invited to October’s Cross-Border Collab

More information about the topic and speaker coming soon!

When?

Thursday, 5 October, 2023

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 1:00pm Lagos
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 8:00pm Singapore

Register

Cross-Border Collabs are not open to the public and are only open to GBSN Members. 

What are Cross-Border Collabs?

Cross-Border Collabs are exclusive gatherings for GBSN members, focused on engaging our community to tackle some of the greatest challenges of our time. Facilitated by topic experts, these session will provide a place for our members be active participants in our mission of improving management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world. Collabs are held monthly on every first Thursday of the month. Collabs are an exclusive opportunity for member school ambassadors, deans and leading faculty members.

September Cross-Border Collab


DATE & TIME

Thursday, 7 September, 2023

8:00am EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org


GBSN Members are Invited to September’s Cross-Border Collab

More information about the topic and speaker coming soon!

When?

Thursday, 7 September, 2023

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 1:00pm Lagos
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 8:00pm Singapore

Register

Cross-Border Collabs are not open to the public and are only open to GBSN Members. 

What are Cross-Border Collabs?

Cross-Border Collabs are exclusive gatherings for GBSN members, focused on engaging our community to tackle some of the greatest challenges of our time. Facilitated by topic experts, these session will provide a place for our members be active participants in our mission of improving management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world. Collabs are held monthly on every first Thursday of the month. Collabs are an exclusive opportunity for member school ambassadors, deans and leading faculty members.

August Cross-Border Collab


DATE & TIME

Thursday, 3 August, 2023

8:00am EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org


GBSN Members are Invited to August’s Cross-Border Collab

More information about the topic and speaker coming soon!

When?

Thursday, 3 August, 2023

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 1:00pm Lagos
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 8:00pm Singapore

Register

Cross-Border Collabs are not open to the public and are only open to GBSN Members. 

What are Cross-Border Collabs?

Cross-Border Collabs are exclusive gatherings for GBSN members, focused on engaging our community to tackle some of the greatest challenges of our time. Facilitated by topic experts, these session will provide a place for our members be active participants in our mission of improving

July Cross-Border Collab


DATE & TIME

Thursday, 6 July, 2023

8:00am EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org


GBSN Members are Invited to July’s Cross-Border Collab

More information about the topic and speaker coming soon!

When?

Thursday, 6 July, 2023

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 1:00pm Lagos
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 8:00pm Singapore

Register

Cross-Border Collabs are not open to the public and are only open to GBSN Members. 

What are Cross-Border Collabs?

Cross-Border Collabs are exclusive gatherings for GBSN members, focused on engaging our community to tackle some of the greatest challenges of our time. Facilitated by topic experts, these session will provide a place for our members be active participants in our mission of improving management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world. Collabs are held monthly on every first Thursday of the month. Collabs are an exclusive opportunity for member school ambassadors, deans and leading faculty memb

June Cross-Border Collab


DATE & TIME

Thursday, 1 June, 2023

8:00am EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org


GBSN Members are Invited to June’s Cross-Border Collab

More information about the topic and speaker coming soon!

When?

Thursday, 1 June, 2023

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 1:00pm Lagos
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 8:00pm Singapore

Register

Cross-Border Collabs are not open to the public and are only open to GBSN Members. 

What are Cross-Border Collabs?

Cross-Border Collabs are exclusive gatherings for GBSN members, focused on engaging our community to tackle some of the greatest challenges of our time. Facilitated by topic experts, these session will provide a place for our members be active participants in our mission of improving management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world. Collabs are held monthly on every first Thursday of the month. Collabs are an exclusive opportunity for member school ambassadors, deans and leading facult

May Cross-Border Collab


DATE & TIME

Thursday, 4 May, 2023

8:00am EDT

LOCATION

Hosted on Zoom.

CONTACT

Emma Martens, emartens@gbsn.org


GBSN Members are Invited to May’s Cross-Border Collab

More information about the topic and speaker coming soon!

When?

Thursday, 4 May, 2023

  • 8:00am Washington D.C.
  • 2:00pm Paris
  • 1:00pm Lagos
  • 5:30pm Mumbai
  • 8:00pm Singapore

Register

Cross-Border Collabs are not open to the public and are only open to GBSN Members. 

What are Cross-Border Collabs?

Cross-Border Collabs are exclusive gatherings for GBSN members, focused on engaging our community to tackle some of the greatest challenges of our time. Facilitated by topic experts, these session will provide a place for our members be active participants in our mission of improving management and entrepreneurship education for the developing world. Collabs are held monthly on every first Thursday of the month. Collabs are an exclusive opportunity for member school ambassadors, deans and leading faculty members.

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