‘Climate crisis, rising inequality and new tech will shape the future of management education’


The Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM) celebrated its 10th anniversary on 26 – 28 May at the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne with series of panel discussions focused on how the climate crisis, rising inequality, the global pandemic and new technologies are shaping the content and purpose of business education. Representatives from 32 business schools gathered to explore issues critical to the future.

“The value of the Global Network is greater than ever,” said David Bach, a founding member of GNAM and Dean of Innovation and Programs at IMD. “No business school, no matter how well-resourced, can cover the entire globe in terms of expertise. By connecting and sharing expertise, we extend our lines of sight and can better prepare students for a world of global challenges.”


For more details about panel discussions and Deans and Directors meetings facing a number of uncertainties globally, please visit the official website of IMD via https://www.imd.org/news/updates/gnam-management-education-after-the-pandemic/.