The financial crisis of 2008 provided a live demonstration of the meaning of “systemic risk,” as the collapse of one investment firm, Lehman Brothers, caused shockwaves that imperiled economies from Argentina to Kazakhstan, from Iceland to Zambia.
A three-day symposium from April 19 to 21 will bring deans, directors, faculty, students, alumni, and leaders of the Global Network’s 29 member schools to the Yale School of Management to celebrate the network’s accomplishments and consider the future of global management education.
In an April 8 commentary in the New York Times, Professor Jason Dana says that the research on “unstructured” interviews, including his own experiments, shows that they aren’t helpful in identifying good job candidates.
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 3.