EGADE Business School is a founding member and the only institution in Mexico to form part of the global network of business leaders from diverse regions of the world.
By JOSÉ ÁNGEL DE LA PAZ | EGADE BUSINESS SCHOOL
The Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), which includes EGADE Business School-Tecnológico de Monterrey as a founding member, is celebrating its tenth anniversary.
Launched in 2012, today GNAM includes 32 leading business schools from diverse regions, countries, cultures, and economies in different phases of development.
EGADE Business School is the only business school in Mexico and one of just three in Latin America to form part of this global network whose mission is to drive innovation and create value by connecting leading global business schools, their resources, and their student, faculty, and alumni communities.
GNAM is a platform for innovation in business education; member schools connect and collaboratively develop programs that enable their students to enjoy academic and work experiences with multicultural teams in the context of the new global economy.
EGADE’s PARTICIPATION IN GNAM PROGRAMS
Over these ten years, more than 1,200 students from EGADE Business School have participated in the Global Network Weeks held in different countries worldwide.
For its part, EGADE Business School has offered over 30 modules in 25 Global Network Weeks, welcoming hundreds of students from other Global Network schools.
About 300 EGADE Business School students have enrolled in GNAM’s Small Network Online Courses (SNOC).
Furthermore, more than 360 EGADE Business School students have teamed up with students from other schools in the Global Virtual Teams program.
EGADE Business School professors have frequently contributed with articles and research in Global Network Perspectives, the GNAM blog.
In addition, EGADE Faculty have participated in Global Network Cases, with cases such as “IBM Corporate Service Corps,” “San Miguel: Expanding the Amaranth Market,” and “Walmart de México: Investing in Renewable Energy.”
GNAM’s tenth anniversary was celebrated with a series of panels organized by IMD.
Business education must be transformed if it is going to meet the evolving needs of the business world. This according to experts in a series of panels at the @AdvancedMgmt 10th anniversary celebration.— IMD (@IMD_Bschool) May 28, 2022
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