Asia Pacific Annual Conference

21-23 October 2019 | Seoul, South Korea

Asia Pacific Annual Conference

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.



Digital Revolutions and Consequential Effects for Asia Pacific Business Schools

Hilary O'Connor, VP Asia Pacific, Soul Machines

Join Hilary O'Connor as she discusses the future implications that the digital revolution and the "humanization" of artificial intelligence will have on business education and many businesses as a whole.    


Plenary II: What Makes Asia-Pacific Schools Distinct  

Speakers Jean Jinghan Chen and Che Ruhana Isa will explore how schools in the Asia-Pacific region can maximize impact and use their force for good.

Who Should Attend

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

Conference Chair

Kil-Soo Suh

Kil-Soo Suh
Dean, Yonsei University School of Business

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