Asia Pacific Annual Conference

19-22 October 2020

Asia Pacific Annual Conference

October 19–22, 2020 | Virtual Conference

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Recordings will be posted on the Exchange by Tuesday, November 3 for all registered attendees.

Embracing Agility

Discover how Asia Pacific business schools are embracing agility to lead change and overcome today’s most pressing challenges. Maximize your school’s impact and achieve your strategic goals by joining business school leaders and innovators in conversations on how we can embrace agility on a variety of topics:

  • Adapting and innovating financial models and risk mitigation strategies in response to COVID-19
  • Creating online classrooms that maximize student learning
  • Refining how we think about accreditation under the proposed 2020 standards
  • Improving engagement between your school and its students, staff, industry, and community for societal impact

Blend learning and networking in a four-day virtual event which leverages the collective knowledge of Asia and Oceania’s most innovative and influential business schools. Share your successes and challenges with peers in an updated virtual environment that prioritizes impactful takeaways, thoughtful reflection, and collaboration with peers.

Address a wide range of today’s challenges facing business schools in Asia Pacific including the still-emerging impacts of COVID-19. Embrace agility as we seek to define and create solutions for those challenges.


 

FEATURED SESSION

Keynote I: Lessons Learned and Moving Forward in Global Uncertainty

Covid-19 has disrupted business schools worldwide, and most schools had to shift to emergency remote teaching and learning. The Panel will discuss how their business schools have responded to this crisis by pivoting their delivery models and putting in place innovative approaches to continue operations and engage our community.

Panelists:

Jikyeong Kang
, President, Dean and MVP Professor, Marketing, Asian Institute of Management
Martin Lockett, Dean, Nottingham University Business School China, The University of Nottingham
Simon Wilkie, Dean, Faculty of Business and Economics; Head, Monash Business School, Monash Business School, Monash University

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.

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