Join a conversation with Yale School of Management Dean Edward A. Snyder about Yale SOM's scale and scope. Yale SOM recently has grown the size of the full-time MBA class, expanded its Executive MBA offerings, and added a new masters program -- the Master of Advanced Management. How big should we be? What mix of programs should we have? And how should we design and organize these programs? Your feedback will add to the insights we currently are gathering from Yale SOM faculty and students on these critical strategic issues. When: Monday, November 3, 10-11am EST Register: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/487881413 Edward A. Snyder, Dean & William S. Beinecke Professor of Economics and Management Edward A. Snyder is Dean and William S. Beinecke Professor of Economics and Management at the Yale School of Management. As Dean, he has overall responsibility for the school's academic programs, for enhancing its reputation, and for strengthening its finances. The school's objectives are: (i) to be the business school that is most involved with its home university: eminent and purposeful Yale; (ii) to be the most global U.S. business school in ways that are differentiating and meaningful, given how the world's economy has developed; and (iii) to be recognized as the best source of elevated leaders for all sectors and regions. During his tenure at Yale, the school has (i) developed the first global network of top business schools, (ii) introduced its Master of Advanced Management degree for graduates of the Global Network for Advanced Management, (iii) implemented a new, required Leadership Development Program for all Master's students, and (iv) forged yet stronger programmatic relationships with other Yale professional schools.