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The Global Business School Network Podcast discusses the ever changing, and innovative landscape of Business, Management, and Entrepreneurial education. We draw on the expertise from our 100+ member schools from Senegal to Singapore, Colombia to China, the UAE, to the UK, and the USA, all driven to achieve our collective mission of improving management and entrepreneurial education for the developing world - see our full list of members here: https://gbsn.org/membership/members/ In our podcast we'll share best practise, highlight thought leadership, and hope to inspire more collaboration to achieve our mission.

The Global Business School Network Podcast discusses the ever changing, and innovative landscape of Business, Management, and Entrepreneurial education. We draw on the expertise from our 100+ member schools from Senegal to Singapore, Colombia to China, the UAE, to the UK, and the USA, all driven to achieve our collective mission of improving management and entrepreneurial education for the developing world - see our full list of members here: https://gbsn.org/membership/members/ In our podcast we'll share best practise, highlight thought leadership, and hope to inspire more collaboration to achieve our mission.

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United States

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The Global Business School Network Podcast discusses the ever changing, and innovative landscape of Business, Management, and Entrepreneurial education. We draw on the expertise from our 100+ member schools from Senegal to Singapore, Colombia to China, the UAE, to the UK, and the USA, all driven to achieve our collective mission of improving management and entrepreneurial education for the developing world - see our full list of members here: https://gbsn.org/membership/members/ In our podcast we'll share best practise, highlight thought leadership, and hope to inspire more collaboration to achieve our mission.

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@gbsnonline

Language:

English


Episodes

The Jobs That Do Not Yet Exist: The Workforce of the Future

5/20/2022
The task of universities and business schools is after all “to prepare graduates for jobs that do not yet exist.” These jobs of the future are being created right now by leading businesses worldwide. With this in mind, GBSN and Korn Ferry have partnered to deliver a series of conversations with business leaders who are catalyzing innovation. These include chief strategy and innovation officers and other c-suite executives working where industries and ecosystems are intersecting in...

Duration:00:43:08

Leading Operation Warp Speed - Donna Shalala & Alex Azar

11/8/2021
In this episode we share insights into Collaborations for healthcare leadership during the covid-19 pandemic. As part of the https://gbsn.org/conference/beyond2021/race2imagine/ (Race2Imagine) series sponsored by GBSN member Universidad de los Andes School of Management in Colombia, we partnered with fellow network members Miami Herbert Business School in Florida, to facilitate the exchange of impact stories from different perspectives: those of students, faculty and leaders from different...

Duration:00:33:02

Rough Diamonds - Rethinking How We Educate Future Generations

10/7/2021
Human beings are like raw diamonds: potential but the inherent beauty and value only emerge with a perfect cut. How well is formal education, as we know it today, doing in cutting human diamonds? Do we sparkle to our full potential? In this episode, GBSN CEO https://gbsn.org/profile/dan-leclair/ (Dan LeCLair) is in conversation With Dr. http://wilfriedvanhonacker.com/ (Wilfried Vanhonacker) about his latest book,...

Duration:01:10:32

Kai Peters: Business Schools Will Have No Future if We Don’t Do This!

6/30/2021
What would a business school look like if one started with a blank sheet of paper and did not benchmark other business schools? What would the content be? Who would teach? What would it cost? In this session, we will look at how business schools got to be where they are because of the Ford and Carnegie reports over half a century ago, the advent in 1987 of the first of the major rankings, and the drivers of accreditation. Join one of GBSN’s new members, Coventry University Business School...

Duration:01:00:28

The Future of Project Based Learning

6/9/2021
Every March since 1992, the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan deploys student teams all over the world for its Multidisciplinary Action Projects (MAP) course. 2020 was different. How did the school modify MAP for the lockdowns? What did they learn? What comes next? Join GBSN’s CEO, https://gbsn.org/profile/dan-leclair/ (Dan LeClair) and https://michiganross.umich.edu/faculty-research/faculty/mike-barger (Mike Barger), Executive Director, Office of Strategy and Academic...

Duration:00:56:32

Business and Human Rights

6/2/2021
In the emerging academic field of Business and Human Rights (BHR), conducting research with real-world impact is the declared objective of many researchers. It is a field in which individual research interests and advocacy for human rights are often closely aligned. Companies under pressure to manage human rights challenges also welcome research on applied research questions. They hope for scholarly guidance on implementation challenges and results that are readily applicable in corporate...

Duration:00:58:49

A New Era of Globalization: A Conversation with BCG’s Arindam Bhattacharya

5/26/2021
How are organizations adapting to the disruptive forces transforming globalization, such as economic nationalism, technological transformation, environmental crisis—and, of course, the Covid-19 pandemic? For nearly two decades at BCG, Dr. https://gbsn.org/profile/arindam-bhattacharya/ (Arindam Bhattacharya) has worked closely with some of the world’s leading global companies, helping leaders to navigate the complex and rapidly changing environment. In this GBSN cross-border webinar, he talks...

Duration:01:04:47

Competency-Based Online Education for Scale

5/19/2021
https://www.wgu.edu/ (Western Governors University (WGU)) is a large online, non-profit, competency-based university based in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. The College of Business has a total enrollment of over 41,000 students, 11,000 of which were enrolled in graduate business programs as of December 2020. The majority of its students are non-traditional and/or come from under-served populations. WGU is working to develop innovative products that address access and equitable attainment,...

Duration:00:57:37

Talent For Africa Session 5: Powering Digital Transformation

5/12/2021
Digital transformation plays a central role in the sustainable development of Africa. Yet the continent does not yet have the tech talent to enable this transformation. How do we develop the skills to support the needed investment? How can business, academia, government, and civil society work together to create an environment that unlocks the full potential of Africa’s aspiring entrepreneurs? Can business schools and universities take the lead in connecting diverse talent needed to...

Duration:01:01:31

Talent For Africa Session 4: The Business of Sustainable Development

5/5/2021
Africa accounts for 17% of the world’s population yet emits less than 5% of the world’s carbon emissions. Africa boasts a massive talent population, but also demonstrates the highest rate of education exclusion. It is a continent rich in resources, talent potential, and innovation, but lacks the necessary tools to expand its portfolio in sustainable ways. Session four investigates the various components of sustainable development, from female participation in the workforce to healthcare...

Duration:01:01:37

Talent For Africa Session 3: The Future Workforce – Learning and Development in the 4th Industrial Revolution

4/28/2021
Africa’s most powerful resource is its people. In a world of shrinking working-age populations, favorable demographics point to substantial opportunity within Africa. But there is no guarantee that the demographics will translate into greater prosperity. Join us in this session, as we tackle some of the more pressing questions related to Africa and the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Does Africa have the capacity to educate the young while delivering on the growing needs for upskilling and...

Duration:01:04:10

Talent For Africa Session 2: Transformative Innovation and Entrepreneurship

4/21/2021
Innovation and entrepreneurship not only increase productivity in existing industries and create jobs, they can transform economies and societies. This session focuses on developing talent for transformative leadership, the kind that can build a more inclusive and sustainable Africa. It explores the role of business and business schools as catalysts and enablers of innovation and entrepreneurship. It considers opportunities to strengthen collaboration across disciplines, borders, and sectors...

Duration:01:03:30

Talent For Africa Session 1: Africa’s Talent Challenges in a Changing World

4/14/2021
https://gbsn.org/talent4africa (The Talent For Africa Forum presented by GBSN & Ecobank Academy) In this kickoff session, panelists touch on the broad range of pressing talent challenges that will be had throughout the series and provide a bird’s eye view of how these relate to Agenda 2063, and the Africa that Africans want. Join us as we address issues such as Pan-African integration in a de-globalizing world, harnessing a youthful African workforce in an aging global society, AI and the...

Duration:00:58:36

Jean-François Manzoni - Progress requires delayed gratification

8/25/2020
Jean-François Manzoni is the President of the International Institute for Management Development (IMD), where he also serves as the Nestlé Professor. In conversation with Soumitra Dutta and Dan LeClair of GBSN, he discusses trust in governments, innovation in executive education, and leading in a crisis. This interview was conducted 10 weeks after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization. This is an edited transcript of their exchange.

Duration:00:50:27

Sangeet Chowfla - Virtuous cycles becoming vicious cycles

7/29/2020
Sangeet Chowfla is the President & CEO of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). In conversation with Soumitra Dutta and Dan LeClair of GBSN, he discusses the importance of connectedness and trust, as well as the changing value equation in higher education. This interview was conducted 9 weeks after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization.

Duration:00:50:32

Peter Tufano - "Winning the War and Winning the Peace"

5/27/2020
Peter Tufano is Peter Moores Dean and Professor of Finance at Saïd Business School at the University of Oxford. In conversation with Soumitra Dutta and Dan LeClair of GBSN, he discusses how lessons from World War II can aid government, business, and the education sector to win the war against COVID-19, and win the peace in a post-COVID world. The interview took place 10 weeks after COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization.

Duration:00:27:42