21–23 October 2019 | Seoul, South Korea
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As we consider the challenges facing the Asia Pacific region—including aging populations, rising environmental concerns, and talent shortages—we are forced to marvel at the resilience and continuous reinvention that occurs in this region. Join distinguished speakers and management education leaders from across the Asia Pacific region to consider how current challenges can be converted into innovations and how business schools are leading this change.
Greg Cross; co-founder of Soul Machines
Join Greg Cross as he presents the first plenary, Digital Revolutions and Consequential Effects for Asia Pacific Business Schools, which will explore the impact of the digital revolution and the significant implications of AI's "humanization" in business education and businesses as a whole.
Click here to see Greg's TED Talk on emotionally intelligent machines.
Evolving Curriculum in Mission Centric Ways
Join us for insights and advice for evolving curriculum in mission-centric ways. This session will offer perspectives from an MBA teaching school focused on career and whole person development, as well as a comprehensive school with new, liberalized undergraduate structure.
Deans, associate deans, department chairs, and faculty at business schools in the Asia Pacific region, as well as professionals from business schools worldwide working or seeking to work with schools in the region.
"As the dean of one of the youngest business schools in India, LM Thapar School of Management, I find AACSB's Asia conference very useful. I find great value in the excellent networking opportunity provided by the conference. In addition, the lectures and plenary sessions gave me many interesting ideas to ponder."
— Padmakumar Nair, LM, Thapar School of Management, India
Dean, Yonsei University School of Business
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