Yale is actively engaged with the Global Network for Advanced Management, which fosters substantive ties among the world’s leading business schools. Comprised of 30 schools across six continents, the Network operates on the premise to connect each member school with diverse regions, countries, and cultures, and economies in different phases of development. The network facilitates interaction, but leaves the development of an agenda to the participating schools.
Global Network Weeks
These one-week immersive experiences offer the opportunity for MBA students to learn at another school in the network for an intensive course in an area of local interest or specialization. They are open to Executive MBA students as well as those in full-time education.
Established exclusively for Executive MBA students and a compulsory part of the MBA for Executives program, the EMBA-specific Global Network Week takes place in June of Year 1. Students will choose between several options and join EMBA students from participating GNAM schools at the network week of their choice to leverage the perspectives, programs, faculty expertise and local corporate contacts of that school.
EMBA Global Network Week Course Offerings (June 2019)
Asian Institute of Management (Manila, Philippines) “Strategy Setting for ASEAN 2016 and Beyond”
EGADE Business School (Santa Fe, Mexico) “Social Innovation”
ESMT (Berlin, Germany) “Germany 4.0: Hidden Champions, Start-ups, and More”
Fudan University School of Management (Shanghai, China) “Innovation, Transition & Sustainability in Internet Times”
Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley (Berkeley, California) “Women’s 21st Century Leadership”
Hitotsubashi University Business School, School of International Corporate Strategy (Tokyo, Japan) “Super Aging Society Japan”
IE Business School (Madrid, Spain) “Digital Transformation”
UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School (Dublin, Ireland) “The Future of Food”
University of Capt Town Graduate School of Business (Cape Town, South Africa) “Topic TBD”
University of Ghana Business School (Accra, Ghana) “State Corporatizaton of Social Services: A Study of Ghana’s Experiment in the Health Sector”
World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) (Geneva, Switzerland) “Corporate Sustainability Leadership in Global Companies”
Global Network Courses
The flexible courses not requiring travel are offered virtually by a member school and open to students from throughout the network. The courses link students through an online platform and video conferencing for lectures and discussions. As part of the courses, groups of students from multiple member schools collaborate virtually on substantial team projects, developing teamwork skills and cross-cultural perspectives.
The EMBA curriculum is subject to final faculty approval and may change from time to time.