Management education and development should not and will not be exempt from change – its course is being altered right now by leaders around the globe.
This short volume presents papers written by deans and directors from the UK, Canada, USA, Poland, Spain and Thailand, as well as the directors and presidents of the world's leading business school accreditation bodies.From left to right: John Fernandes, President and Chief Executive Officer of the AACSB, John Peters, Joint Chief Executive Officer of Emerald Group Publishing and Eric Cornuel, Director General and CEO of the EFMD pictured at the EFMD Deans and Directors Conference at Wu-Wien in Austria, January 2010.
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On behalf of the Board of Directors for the Global Foundation for Management Education (GFME), we have great pleasure in announcing the publication of The Global Management Education Landscape: Shaping the Future of Business Schools.
The GFME is a joint venture of AACSB International (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and EFMD (The European Foundation for Management Development). The mission of the GFME is “to identify and address challenges and opportunities in, and advance the quality, content, and development of, management education and practice worldwide.”
The Global Management Education Landscape begins by identifying important global economic and business trends, as well as recent developments in management education. This insight then leads us to explore the possible implications of these trends on business schools in every region of the world, and to provide five recommendations that can help shape the future of management education.
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GFME aims to keep individuals and organizations with an interest in management education up to date with the critical developments in this area and to contribute to the debate about the future of education in business and management. The Issues in Management Education section of the site contains articles and papers of interest and relevance to practitioners, students and policy makers at all levels.