Every week, accomplished alumni and other leaders visit Edward P. Evans Hall at the invitation of student clubs, sharing career advice and insights into their industries. Here are a few of the speakers who visited the school during the week of April 17.
The responses to the above questions—written by faculty members from business schools in Beijing, London, Berkeley, Lagos, and many more economic centers around the world—provide a portrait of a world in flux, and the challenges for mana
The new “raw” case study, which examines the IBM Corporate Service Corps, will be used in the Aspen Institute’s 2017 Business & Society International MBA Case Competition and will then be available for use in coursework throughout the Global Network for Advanced Management.
The five alumni chosen as the 2016-2017 Donaldson Fellows visted Edward P. Evans Hall on Thursday, April 20, to talk with students. In series of coffee chats and student club events, they answered questions and offered candid insights from their lives and careers.
Global Network business school deans reflected upon and discussed the five key transformations students experience in graduate management education on April 20 as part of the Global Network for Advanced Management 5th Anniversary Symposium.
A discussion Global Network for Advanced Management Fifth Anniversary Symposium examined a survey of students and alumni from across the Global Network for Advanced Management’s 29 schools on the obstacles facing women in the workforce.
Panelists took part in a discussion titled “Shocks to Global Management Education” as part of the Global Network for Advanced Management 5th Anniversary Symposium, taking place at Yale SOM from April 19 to 21.