Global Management Education
Western business schools, mainly from the US and Europe influence management education globally. However, global management education is diverse and understood differently at times. Understanding differences and similarities helps to design effective programmes and modules and at the same time enables educators to support international students holistically. We often debate the reluctance of Chinese students for instance to engage in critical discussions or the Greeks impulsiveness in group work. This is just one example of how global management education can be take place but there are many facets and perspectives. This section focuses on those different facets and perspectives by looking at the role of the association of business schools, research around global management education and different world views.
DATE: February 3rd, 2021
TIME: 8:30am - 10:00am GMT (3:30am - 5:00am EST, 12:30am - 2:00am PST)
Classes will consist of approximately 15 students from around the world. Sessions may be recorded for asynchronous use for students that are not able to attend the synchronous session.
Chosen facilitators for each of the three components should facilitate conversation to think, to push, to probe, and to challenge students to discuss and project out the issues facing business schools and how they will be navigated. Sessions should be full of enrichment that will feed directly into the module assessments.