During the recent 26th CEEMAN management development association conference that took place at Prague on 19-21 September 2018, our Dean K. Axarloglou shared his perspective on how Innovation and Innovative Partnerships can redefine Management Education. He also presented Alba’s learning model applied in Executive Education Programs, pointing out that in times of disruption learning requires agility
The conference attended by around 150 deans, faculty and staff from leading business schools and universities from around the world, explored the imperative for change in the current direction of management development globally.
More specifically the 26th CEEMAN Annual Conference titled “Redefining Management Education: Excellence and Relevance” dealt with topics that have been very high on the agenda of management education professionals and who tackle questions such as: how to make management education more relevant in order to prepare future corporate leaders and successful entrepreneurs, how to make academic research more relevant, and how can the gap between management practice and education be narrowed, etc. Lean more here