Deans and directors from business schools throughout the Global Network for Advanced Management and John A. Byrne, founder and editor of Poets and Quants, convened at the Yale School of Management on April 19 to discuss how top business schools can respond to anti-globalization trends. The panel, titled “Shocks to Global Management Education,” was part of the Global Network for Advanced Management 5th Anniversary Symposium, taking place at Yale SOM from April 19 to 21.
Here are a few of the comments from the panelists:
Zoltán Antal-Mokos, professor of strategy and dean of degree programs, ESMT Berlin, on the elements of a quality management education:
Nida Bektas, executive director, Koç University Graduate School of Business, on how the Global Network for Advanced Management prepares MBA students for working in a 21st-century business environment:
John A. Byrne, founder and editor of Poets and Quants, on the unrelenting nature of globalization:
Robert Helsley, dean, UBC Sauder School of Business, on the responsibility of business schools:
Anjani Jain, senior associate dean for the MBA program and professor in the practice of management, Yale School of Management, on the genesis of the MBA degree:
Edward A. Snyder, Indra K. Nooyi Dean and William S. Beinecke Professor of Economics and Management, Yale School of Management, on the unique position graduate management education occupies within higher education:
Peter Tufano, Peter Moores Dean, Oxford University, Saïd Business School, on the inherently global outlook of MBA students at Saïd:
Watch the event.