How to Become Uniting Leaders within the Business-State-Society Cooperation?January 12, 2017, 15:30 – 16:50, Building 2, 2nd Floor, Room 237
The formation of modern innovative management knowledge is where leading business schools have achieved success. Meanwhile, they learn to channel their knowledge and skills to improve business practices; to develop legislation; to support social initiatives useful and applicable for business, public administration and society.
The future success of business schools in the modern world largely depends on how effectively they can act as unifying leaders.
There are numerous examples of how the unifying efforts of the business schools form the ground for positive changes, initiate a transformation of the university management system, improve the regional and national educational environment, introduce new quality standards, and set examples of social responsibility and multifunctional management approaches. All this brings tangible results, contributing to the development of business, state and society.
Issues for Discussion
- What approaches and methods do the leading business schools use to increase the positive impact at the university, regional and national levels?
- What are the examples of successful “uniting leadership” in the practice of business schools?
- How do the “unifying efforts” affect the development of the business school, the quality and content of the program portfolio, improving the qualifications of faculty, and enhancing the possibility of the practical implementation of research results?
- How does it help business schools meet the challenges of the digital revolution?
- What directions are considered the most important for the development of “unifying leadership” in the future?
Sir Paul Judge
Vice-Rector and Director, Institute of Business Studies, RANEPA; President, Russian Association of Business Education
Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation
Senior Vice-President, Chief Officer, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, AACSB
Director General, EDHEC
Michael John Page
Provost, Vice-President for Academic Affairs, Bentley University
Director General and CEO, EFMD
President, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Deputy Chairperson, Sberbank of Russia
President, IEDC-Bled School of Management; President, CEEMAN