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Management Education Leaders from Latin America Share What Make their Schools Unique
The world continues to become interconnected, and AACSB International membership accordingly includes more schools in all regions of the world. Furthermore, management education leaders across the globe face similar challenges: developing relevant curricula, adjusting business models, leveraging technology, and many others.
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See what AACSB’s chair had to say about the future of b-schools in Latin America.
América Economía recently spoke with newly elected chair of AACSB International, Linda A. Livingstone, about her views on current and future challenges for business schools, and the role AACSB intends to play in the overall improvement of management education.
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We are all united by a common thread: the advancement of quality management education. But each part of the world has its own unique challenges and opportunities, and distinctive
ways of handling them locally and globally.
It is when we come together that we learn from our differences and share experiences, and AACSB strives to bring together experts who can uncover
the innovative strategies and b-school models that create impact in a specific region—and around the world.
In its second offering, the Latin America and Caribbean Annual Conference explores management education trends in Latin America and the Caribbean, while providing examples and best
practices from leading b-schools. Serving as a forum for educators and business leaders from around the world, this conference presents an excellent opportunity to come together to exchange ideas, review your school's strategies and techniques, and enhance
your competitive edge.
Please note: Most conference sessions will be delivered in Spanish. English and Spanish translation services will be provided on-site.
Who Should Attend
Deans, associate deans, department chairs, and faculty at business schools in Latin America and the Caribbean, those with interest in learning more about the management education
landscape in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as professionals from business schools worldwide working or seeking to work with schools in Latin America and the Caribbean.
CENTRUM Católica Graduate Business School
Additional Learning Opportunities
Accreditation Introduction Workshop
Date: 2 November 2014
Cost: 150 USD AACSB members; 200 USD non-members