Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry YC ’66 and Michael Warren YC ’90, managing principal of Albright Stonebridge Group, engaged with students and led a discussion on the future of globalization and the implications for business and management education during the Global Network for Advanced Management 5th Anniversary Symposium on April 20 at the Yale School of Management.
The event was the culmination of the Global Network Online Course “The End of Globalization,” taught by David Bach, associate dean for the Executive MBA and global programs and professor in the practice of management, which challenged 41 students from 21 Global Network schools to explore the causes and consequences of rising economic nationalism, anti-globalization, and populism. Students presented their findings virtually to Kerry, Warren, and the audience in Edward P. Evans Hall’s Zhang Auditorium.
Here are a few of the comments made during the discussion.
David Bach, associate dean for the Executive MBA and global programs and professor in the practice of management, Yale School of Management, on the imperative for U.S. business education to look to other countries’ business schools and models for innovation:
John Kerry YC ’66, former U.S. Secretary of State, on the inevitability of globalization:
Kerry on “the most powerful ideology on the face of the planet today”:
Felix Schroeder, a student at Seoul National University, whose team investigated why countries in Asia are more open to globalization than those in Europe:
Michael Warren YC ’90, managing principal of Albright Stonebridge Group, on what global leaders need to do to be successful under current social, political, and economic constraints:
Warren on “the one system everyone’s moving toward”:
Watch the event.