Administrative Science Quarterly and the Sonoco International Business Department at the Univ. of South Carolina Darla Moore School of Business are pleased to co-host a conference and paper development workshop titled “Globalizing Organization Theory.” We will begin with a two-day conference to discuss how organizational scholarship is expanding into international contexts, and that is followed by a paper development workshop where authors will receive feedback from top scholars in the field. The call for submissions provides details on the theme and submission process.
GBSN member school, Maastricht School of Management (MSM) located in The Netherlands, has a joint MBA program with CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School, which is ranked the number one international MBA program in Latin America (Eduniversal 2015-2016). The 2-year International MBA program is the first of its kind in Peru. It is a part-time bilingual program that grants two simultaneous degrees: As part of the program, students attend a 4-week visit to MSM’s campus in Maastricht, where students fulfill four management courses International Business, Global Supply Chain Management, Managing Cultural Diversity, and Global Corporate Strategy. Students also are provided opportunities to tour and network with … Read More
With just 7 weeks in my new role as CEO of GBSN, I approached the GBSN Annual Conference with great anticipation. Since my arrival in Washington in early September I had witnessed the tremendous efforts of Fabienne Jolivert, Network Engagement Officer, and Nicole Zefran, Marketing and Communications Officer, other staff and our interns as they planned the myriad details associated with the one-day Annual Members Meeting and two-day (and night!) conference. Without previous experience attending these events, I did not know what to expect. I was not disappointed! In fact, I was overwhelmed with inspiration in so many ways. The … Read More
GBSN member school, The American University in Cairo recently joined the Global Alliance in Management Education (CEMS). AUC is the first university from the MENA region to join the global network. This new academic partnership now makes CEMS present on all continents. The CEMS network consists of 30 leading business schools, 7 NGOs and 74 corporate partners. All members are dedicated to educating and preparing future generations of international business leaders by participating in the CEMS Master in International Management. The one-year program is offered by CEMS’ academic and corporate partners. Students spend each semester at a different CEMS member school … Read More
ESADE Business School in Spain and the University of Virginia McIntire School of Commerce have partnered together with Lingnan University College at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China to provide students a truly international experience. UVA’s new Master of Science in Global Commerce program is a year-long program that focuses on teaching students how to conduct business across different cultures. The program is divided into three segments. Students spend their first 15 weeks in the U.S. at the UVA McIntire School of Commerce, the next 9 weeks in China at the Lingnan University College at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou … Read More
GBSN member school, Nova School of Business and Economics and Católica joined forces with the MIT Sloan School of Management to offer students an elite MBA experience. The Lisbon MBA International, a one-year full-time intensive program, provides students a combination of pertinent theory and workplace experience that is necessary in developing a successful career in today’s world of international business. In partnership with GBSN Executive Board member school, the MIT Sloan School of Management, The Lisbon MBA International offers its students a unique global learning experience. Students have the opportunity to participate in a one-month immersion at the MIT campus … Read More
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 1, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — As a part of a six-week program in the United States, the inaugural MBA class of the Asia School of Business (ASB), located in Malaysia and established in collaboration with MIT Sloan School of Management, is visiting the Sloan campus for one month where they will enroll in courses taught by the top-ranked School’s faculty. The ASB students will visit companies in the Boston area and learn about MIT’s innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem. Their arrival was marked by a visit with Dr. Zeti Akhtar Aziz, the former governor of Bank Negara Malaysia, … Read More
The Academy of Management recently established a new ListServe focusing on Emerging Markets. The target audiences are researchers, academics, students, policy makers, and business practitioners of emerging markets. The list is managed by Ilan Alon (University of Agder) and Bersant Hobdari (Copenhagen Business School). The purpose of the list is to generate discussion and scholarly exchange among researchers and practitioners of emerging markets business, relating to topical issues affecting these regions, current events and state-of-the-art research in this area. Topics will relate to business in emerging markets from multidisciplinary (international business, economics, finance, marketing, human resources, organizational behavior and management) … Read More