Articles categorized "Global Network"
Three Global Network courses will be available for students this semester, including two new offerings. “Handling Disruption” taught by Chrisanthi Avgerou, a professor of information systems at LSE, aims to to provide socio-political contexts for leaders working in humanitarian crises. “International Management and Organizational Structures,” taught by Dr. Raúl Montalvo, director of EGADE Business School Guadalajara, analyzes how strategic decision-making is used in the global expansion process of businesses. Read More
EGADE Business School will host its first Global Network course titled “International Management and Organizational Structures” beginning February 5. Read More
In January 2015, the Case Study Center at EGADE Business School del Tecnológico de Monterrey together with the Case Research Center at Yale School of Management will launch the case study “PEMEX and Bioethanol in Mexico,” the second multimedia and virtual case study that will be offered to all students in the Global Network for Advanced Management, of which EGADE Business School del Tecnológico de Monterrey is a founding member. Read More
Edward P. Evans Hall will be the site of the first Global Network Week for faculty this month. The four-day program, which begins on July 21, is aimed at fostering collaboration among faculty members in the Global Network for Advanced Management with an interest in sustainability and building connections between faculty members and business professionals. It was organized by the Yale Center for Business and the Environment. Read More
The Global Network for Advanced Management has expanded to 27 schools, after business school deans voted to extend invitations to two new universities at a meeting held April 24-26 at EGADE Business School in Mexico. Read More
Yale SOM students reflect on their Global Network Week experiences, Read More