Renewing Our Purpose. Empowering Your Potential.
The business schools of tomorrow are today’s change agents—inventing, innovating, inspiring, and indoctrinating our work with fresh ideas to renew our purpose for a better-connected world. We come together at ICAM 2016 to reflect on a century of success while taking on today’s challenges while renewing our purpose for a redefined vision of the future. We dare to reimagine the evolving expectations of management education; we challenge ourselves to innovate now for the next generation of leaders.
As we celebrate AACSB’s 100-year history, we take on a new charge to address the evolving expectations of management education and the emerging opportunities for business schools, working alongside students and business practitioners to forge a new path. We are formulating a new vision for the societal role management education plays now, and the critical influence it has on the future.
We’re exploring how today’s transformations affect tomorrow’s leaders. We’re listening. We’re learning. And together with you, we’re developing a dialog that will shape the future of our industry—today, tomorrow, and for the next 100 years.
Who Should Attend
Corporate representatives, deans, associate/assistant deans, international directors, program directors, department chairs, and faculty.
Plan Your Visit to Boston
Ken Freeman, dean of the Questrom School of Business at Boston University, invites you to attend AACSB International's ICAM 2016.
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William H. Glick
Dean and H. Joe Nelson, III Professor of Management, Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business, Rice University
Dean Emeritus and The Lawrence F. Whittemore Professor of Business Administration, Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth College
David C. Schmittlein
John C. Head III Dean, MIT Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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The ICAM is not just a "dean's meeting," it is for any educator who cares about quality management education.
—TK Peng, Dean, College of Management, I-Shou University
ICAM is a valuable opportunity for sharing ideas and information and meeting business school colleagues old and new.
—Roy Green, Dean, UTS Business School
The AACSB ICAM is the best professional event that I participate in every academic year. The atmosphere is friendly and pleasant, the learning experience is great, and the networking opportunities are outstanding.
—Ahmad Tootoonchi, Dean, College of Business, Frostburg State University