eNEWSLINE Live (ENL), is a streaming video program addressing global topics and trends in management education. Hosted on a regular basis by John Fernandes, president and CEO of AACSB, ENL is home to experts from the world of business education who will provide insight on various related topics. The broadcast is aired in multiple time zones for increased global access.
Flipping the Script: AACSB CEO John Fernandes on Leading Organizational Impact
Whether it is a business school, company, or global association, the foundation for a successful organization lies with the individuals inside and appropriate leadership, all of which are needed to create structures that impart creativity and impact. As the business world changes, so must organizations in order to adapt to new realities. This scale of change may range from small modifications to daily operations, to larger revisions such as relocation or global expansion.
The insights and lessons that AACSB president and CEO John Fernandes has acquired in his 40 years of business experience, including 15 years of leadership at AACSB International, may present value to those in, or aspiring to be in, a leadership position within business, as well as management education.
In this special episode of eNEWSLINE Live, John Fernandes delves into the questions on the minds of many, including wisdom Fernandes can share about globalizing an organization, identifying and implementing appropriate strategies, leading cultural change, and winning trust.
Accreditation’s Unwavering Role, in a Volatile World
In this episode of eNEWSLINE Live with Linda A. Livingstone, dean of the School of Business at The George Washington University and chair, AACSB International Board of Directors. Dean Livingstone will discuss the future of accreditation, including the comparative advantages and benefits associated with AACSB Accreditation, as well as answer questions regarding risks and challenges facing accreditation. Dean Livingstone brings to this ENL discussion more than 12 years of experience as dean, as well as an impressive resume of service to AACSB, including serving on the Blue Ribbon Committee on Accreditation Quality, the AACSB 2020 Committee, and chairing both the Committee on Issues in Management Education, and the Continuous Improvement Review Committee.