Cross-Border Coffee Breaks 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. Its 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 Coffee Breaks will be administered by GBSN and presented by its member schools.
Share research, expertise, innovations, programs, etc. with the network
Establish collaborations with member schools from across the globe
Discover best practices and lessons learned
Structure & Submission Process
Each Cross-Border Coffee Break will be no longer than 60 mins and hosted on the Zoom webinar platform. A GBSN staff member will play the role of a moderator, maintaining the flow of the conversation. All promotion and administration will be managed by GBSN. Each Cross-Border Coffee Break will be recorded and made available on the GBSN resource library.
First 5 mins – Introduction
The moderator will provide background on GBSN, introduce the Agenda and the presenter.
Next 45 mins – Presentation
The presenter will provide background on the topic via PowerPoint to share facts, figures, images, etc.
Final 10 mins – Q&A
Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions.
Following the Cross-Border Coffee Break, the recording, presentations and resources will be made available on the GBSN website.
Submit a Topic
The opportunity to participate in and submit a topic to present at a Cross-Border Coffee Break is exclusive to GBSN member schools only.
Please expect the Cross-Border Coffee Break to be scheduled between 2-4 weeks following the date of your submission.
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