Assessment and Impact Conference

March 19-21, 2020 | Houston, Texas, USA

Frequently Asked Questions

April 26–28, 2020 EDT

An email will be sent to you on Friday, April 24 ET prior to the event that will include the access link.

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Roger Martin- In 2017, Roger was named the world’s No. 1 management thinker by Thinkers50, a biannual ranking of the most influential global business thinkers.

Erica Dhawan- Erica is the world’s leading authority on 21st-century collaboration and connectional intelligence.

Yes. Programming has been structured for a global audience, with key sessions repeated for participants to attend when it is most convenient. Additionally, most sessions will be recorded for participants to watch after the event for 30 days. You may access a time zone converter here for your reference.

Yes! Exactly as if you were attending the conference in person, you can select which sessions you’d like to attend virtually. It is up to you to decide which sessions interest you in a given time block and to attend those sessions as desired. Additionally, most sessions will be recorded and available for 30 days after the event for ICAM attendees. This is huge added bonus of a virtual conference! And don’t forget to check out the exhibitors in the Expo Hall while you are exploring.

You can submit your questions in the chat box available in each session, which will be reviewed by a session moderator and shared with the presenters.

As with all AACSB conferences, materials will be posted in the Exchange Community and the AACSB Events app as they are available from presenters.

  • Search for AACSB Events in the Apple or Android app store.
  • Install the application to your mobile device.
  • Launch the app and select the 2020 International Meeting and Annual Conference.
We encourage you to build your schedule, access presentation materials, speaker bios, session evaluations, and more in the Events app just as you would for an in-person event.

There are many affinity groups planning to meet during ICAM. Please see the Exchange Community and the ICAM affinity group tab for more information and to pre-register. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged but not required.

More than 50 exhibitors are joining ICAM: Learn More

No. For every paid registrant to attend virtually, only one device will be allowed to enter the virtual conference, and a unique link will be provided to each attendee.

Officers and leadership of AACSB will address the membership on numerous topics, including the process for approving the proposed 2020 business accreditation standards, the current environment of business schools, the state of the organization and impact of COVID-19, as well as a look forward for AACSB and business education.

The manner in which the 2020 business accreditation standards will be adopted by the Accreditation Council has been modified. Instead of an in-person vote that would typically be held during the Annual Business Meeting, the standards will be available to members of the Accreditation Council for approval via written consent. Learn More about the process.

ICAM 2021 will be held April 18–20, 2021, in Chicago, Illinois, USA.


Technical—Best Practices for a Great Experience:

Check your computer for updates before the conference to ensure you don’t run into any technical issues during your attendance.

Always refresh the page if having any issues.

Desktop computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone

  • Log out of your VPN access to allow more bandwidth.
  • Close all other applications, including Outlook, while participating in the conference. Only having the web browser open for the conference will allow your system to run more smoothly.

    While we understand this is easier said than done, eliminating distractions will ensure you get the most out of your virtual conference experience.

  • If available, plug ethernet cable (wired line) into your computer to ensure a much better internet connection than Wi-Fi.

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