Dr. Liesl Riddle, George Washington University School of Business, US
Dr. Andreas Schotter, Ivey Business School, Canada
Webinar Jointly Organized by AIB Teaching & Education Shared Interest Group and
Georgia State University CIBER
MBA programs are an essential part of executive development globally. Ability to provide managers with frameworks and insights that would help developing their businesses further ensures the success of an MBA program. However, how can universities and academic faculty teaching in them ensure that MBA education reflects fast-pacing realities of disruptive business environment? How can MBAs incorporate state-of-art knowledge from the world of practice without compromising demands for the academic rigorousness? What materials, teaching methods, and teaching approaches should dominate MBA programs to train managers operating in constant uncertainty and change?
Join us to discuss these and many other essential questions with two outstanding educators and program managers who brought MBA education in their schools to new heights.
• Understanding potential challenges when maintaining top quality and attractiveness of a MBA program
• Obtaining tips for MBA program managers on how to design and manage MBA program with agility
• Obtaining tips for the educators teaching on MBA programs on how to remain at the top of the global business agenda and how to deliver relevant insights for managers who are operating in turbulent, disruptive world