ACTIVITIES OF THE ALLIANCE
ACTIVITIES OF THE ALLIANCE
The Alliance of Management Development Associations in Emerging Economies
The “Alliance of Management Development Associations in Emerging Economies”, whose members are: AABS – Association of African Business Schools; ANGRAD – National Association of Business Administration Undergraduate Programs; BMDA – Baltic Management Development Association; CEEMAN – The International Association for Management Development in Dynamic Societies; CLADEA – Latin American Council of Management Schools; FORUM – The Association of Management Education and RABE – Russian Association of Business Education, held their meeting within the framework of the Annual Congress “AABS Connect 2021”. The lines of action for future projects were defined for the benefit of business management education and cooperation between regional associations of Business Schools from emerging economies around the world.
Reimagining Management Education in Rising Economies: Towards New Skills and Mindsets
The Alliance of Management Development Associations in Rising Economies and PRME – Principles for Responsible Management Education organized an online discussion “Reimagining Management Education in Rising Economies: Towards New Skills and Mindsets”.
During the event, moderators Danica Purg, President of the Alliance for Management Development in Rising Economies, President of CEEMAN, Slovenia and Mette Morsing, Head of PRME, together with the speakers Jikyeong Kang, PRME Board Member; President and Dean, Asian Institute of Management, Philippines; Therese Noorlander, Sustainability Director Europe, The Coca-Cola Company, Netherlands; and Arnold Smit, Head: PGDip in Leadership Development, Associate Professor, Business in Society, University of Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa analyzed experience from rising economies, as well as challenges and opportunities in pushing the responsible management education priorities.
CEEMAN EdTech 2021
Date: October 2021
Join us for the next edition of EdTech seminar, which will take place over three sessions (one session per week). The seminar aims to help individual faculty members raise the quality of their online performance, as well as improve student experience and learning outcomes by making the most of the available online tools. Besides learning from expert faculty and peers, it is also an example for engagement in online program delivery with a focus on interactivity, experience sharing, and co-creation. The seminar is designed and led by Nikos Mylonopoulos (ALBA Graduate Business School at The American College of Greece), Omar Luethi (Dual Academy, Switzerland), and Kaja Prystupa-Rządca (Kozminski University, Poland).
56th CLADEA Annual Congress
Innovation, Conscious Business, and the Future of Education
Date: October 25 – 27, 2021
Rectors, deans, program directors and researchers from business schools worldwide will meet to analyze the current and future social, work and economic context in Latin America and its impact on higher education.