Since 2003 GBSN has engaged our members to build management education capacity for the developing world. Through partnerships with a variety of funders GBSN programs have made a impact on the both individual institutions and the sector of management education around the world.
As a US-based convener and coordinator of these programs GBSN has access to international experts on every continent looking for opportunities to train, advise and mentor. We are not a funder, but work with funding partners to develop effective programs and engage appropriate experts from our network of top member schools in the following ways:
GBSN’s network structure and low administrative costs, combined with our ability to source world-class expertise willing to contribute their time, often at below market-rate compensation, allows GBSN to implement programs that make the most of available resources while delivering exceptional quality.
Works with partners to identify institutional needs and collect the necessary information to scope a relevant project
Engaging Member Experts
Recruits and vets faculty and administrators from our network member schools to build a team with the expertise and experience needed for the project
Manages program contracts, budget, logistics and reporting
Tracks and performs quality assurance on activities and deliverables
Ensures high-quality experiences and outcomes for all collaborators
How GBSN Partners With
GBSN works with industry partners in a number of ways that address the need for better management talent in a number of sectors in developing world markets.
GBSN works with aid organizations, foundations and program implementers to include capacity building of local management institutions into development efforts in order to increase sustainability.
New & Emerging Business Schools
GBSN works with schools outside of our membership to build institutional capacity, define strategy and develop partnerships.
“GBSN introduces us to a fine network, opportunities to both learn and teach, share concepts and work together on projects.”
Jonathan Cook, former Executive Director, Gordon Institute of Business Science, South Africa