Posts categorized "Global Network"
Yale SOM students are scattered around the globe right now for Global Network Week, but they left a welcome and guide for Network students visiting Yale in the form of this student-created video.Read More
Participants from eleven GNAM business schools came together with representatives from the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD), senior corporate executives, and other leading experts to discuss new approaches to management education for sustainability leadership.Read More
Who: Thirteen teams from around the globe
What: To determine the investment opportunities for a Norwegian fund
Where: Evans Hall, Yale School of Management
When: April 4-6, 2014
Why: To have a blast!Read More
After five exciting days in Africa, I arrived in Turkey to meet prospective students and to reconnect with local alumni. The Istanbul “meet and greet” with prospective students for our MBA program had barely begun when I was starkly reminded how interconnected our world is.Read More
Growing up in Europe and later living in the U.S., I was used to thinking of the world as one of hubs and spokes. The hubs were Europe and the U.S., and maybe Japan, and the spokes reached into what was universally referred to as developing countries. You would fly in and out. There was no need to connect across. No longer.Read More
Students from schools across the Global Network for Advanced Management gathered on their respective campuses to watch live video streams from Business + Society, the conference opening Edward P. Evans Hall, on January 9–11.
Being of Chinese decent, but never having the opportunity to travel back to my “homeland,” I was really looking forward to my first visit to China. As part of Global Network Week 2013, I traveled with four of my Yale SOM classmates, along with twelve other business school students from EGADE (Mexico), IE (Spain), and Technion (Israel), to Fudan University in Shanghai to learn more about doing business in China firsthand.Read More