Posts categorized "Global Network"
In the second year since its inception, the MAM program is one of Yale's most visible connections to Global Network for Advanced Management, the network of 27 international business schools that connects students and faculty with their peers worldwide to share ideas, case studies, and research. The MAM program offers graduates of Global Network schools the chance to spend a year taking classes at SOM and throughout Yale, deepening their understanding of today's most complex management issues.Read More
If you have had the chance to visit Israel, you will agree with me that it is a very unique country, enriched by different religions, cultures, global history, technology, and much more; and all that happening in country that is 424 kilometers long from north to south and 114 kilometers wide from east to west. This means that you can drive the country in almost 6 hours from North to South.Read More
Let me begin by pointing out the obvious, Yale SOM’s entry into the top 10 ranking on Financial Times, or that Dean Snyder’s dream of making SOM the most global US business school, has been operationalized to the ‘T’.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
Me (on left), meeting with Michael (center), and Christian (right), in Singapore. I had a great trip to Asia last week where I had the chance to visit five Global Network schools in five days to give presentations on the MAM program. My travels took me to HKUST in Hong Kong, AIM in the Philippines, UI in Jakarta and INSEAD and NUS in Singapore. As much as I enjoyed meeting with prospective MAM candidates, the highlight of the week was seeing two alumni from the MAM Class of 2013.Read More
One week seems like a really limited time when you need to prepare a group presentation for a finance class, a colloquium with an important speaker for the club you are leading, an exam worth 25% of your final grade, a coffee chat with the recruiter of the company you dream to work with and to clean your apartment. But it is not, when you think about visiting four different countries in three different continents. Then, your time optimization ability improves.Read More