As the higher education landscape becomes more challenging to navigate, business schools struggle to demonstrate excellence and stand out among peer institutions. Consequently, the management education industry has placed a renewed emphasis on accountability and innovation in assessment. To respond to this development, we must reinforce that assessment is ever more important and make it a driving force throughout our institutions.
As one of AACSB's most diverse and informative events, the Assessment Conference: Driving Accountability and Innovation is your opportunity to explore current trends and global best practices, network with peers and experienced accreditation volunteers, and get a glimpse at what peer institutions are doing to stay current in assessment and assurance of learning (AoL).
This year’s conference offers a framework to measure, assess, and analyze your institution’s quality assurance efforts, while also presenting effective solutions, expert insight, and thought-provoking discussions to implement change at your b-school.
Whether your institution has recently begun the assessment process or is looking to take your AoL systems to the next level, this conference offers ample opportunities to gather new knowledge and insight to put a strong assessment system in place.
Who Should Attend
Faculty, department chairs, associate deans, deans, those involved with faculty development, in charge of an institution's assurance of learning programs, new to assessment, experienced in assessment, and those working on obtaining or extending AACSB Accreditation at their school.
Networking with my colleagues at the AACSB conference provides great value and an ongoing learning experience long after the conference is over! I also feel more connected to the AACSB organization and return to my institution as a champion of assurance of learning!
—Karen Daniel, Accreditation Coordinator, Vanderbilt University
is the most useful conference I've attended. I always leave with new
ideas and tools that will help me and my college improve our Assurance
of Learning program.
—Susie Cox, McNeese State University
found this conference to be full of useful information to take us
forward to the next level. There was something for everyone, no matter
what level they are currently at.
—Professor Vicky Mabin, ADTL, Victoria Business School, Wellington, New Zealand