GBSN Projects are designed to build capacity for management and entrepreneurship education. Projects are often supported by business, foundation, and government grants, implemented by member business schools, and administered by GBSN staff. Projects include building and scaling programs, conducting feasibility studies, creating and delivering training programs, building partnerships and associations, and more.
Mobile Management Development Institute Program
Assisting African ministries of health in implementing national health priorities through management and leadership training for healthcare workers.We help creative entrepreneurs build their digital business by focusing on three key elements of a successful online platform.
GoTrade GBSN Fellowship Program
In furtherance of our mission to improve management and entrepreneurial education, GBSN has partnered with one of its corporate members DPDHL to develop the GoTrade GBSN Fellowship Program.
This Fellowship Program is designed to partner selected postgraduate business students with small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the developing world with the aim of fostering greater cross-border trade. This directly addresses our collective mission at GBSN –– to improve access to quality, locally relevant management and entrepreneurial education for the developing world. GoTrade is education and access.
Gender-Smart Entrepreneurship Education & Training +
The GEET+ Action Strategy incorporates Gender-Smart Entrepreneurship Education & Training evidence-based insights to construct inclusive entrepreneurial ecosystems as drivers for the economic empowerment of girls, women and other disadvantaged groups. Led by the Women’s Economic Imperative (WEI) with funding from the International Development Research Centre (IDRC, Canada), the GEET+ Action Strategy pilot project has been launched to adapt, test and refine the GEET+ scorecard in Peru, Mexico, Kenya and Nigeria.
SWIFT-GBSN Case Writing Program: Cyber Security and Finance
GBSN and the SWIFT Institute are partnering to develop 3 case studies looking at cybersecurity and wholesale banking in emerging economies. Financial institutions in emerging markets tend to lack the expertise and resources to develop and maintain a robust cybersecurity function. However, when a bank lacks this infrastructure and there is a security breach, the problem becomes global affecting banks across borders. These three case studies will examine ways in which these financial institutions minimize this risk, and they will be a means to share best practices that these institutions use to mitigate risks.More Details
COMING SOON: CIPE/GBSN Anti-Corruption Partnership Program
The Center for International Private Enterprise (CIPE) Anti-Corruption Team and GBSN are collaborating on an anti-corruption training research and analysis project. The project proposes to bring together researchers from different global business schools to study and discuss behavior change related to anti corruption compliance by private companies in developing countries that may lead to the implementation of internal anti-bribery rules and controls that affect individual and organizational behavior and performance.
Work with GBSN.
Partners are organizations that collaborate meaningfully with GBSN on projects and programs to achieve the mission. They work with GBSN on projects, provide financial support for projects and programs, and bring expertise and innovative approaches to both.
Provide funding support through grants and sponsorships
Host events, trainings and workshops
Offer or support training programs and opportunities that support the GBSN mission
Collaborate to do research in line the GBSN mission