The world is more connected than ever before. Twenty-seven business schools are joining forces to understand what this means for businesses and organizations across sectors and to develop global leaders for coming decades.

Throughout the year, Global Network Weeks give students and faculty the opportunity to pursue intensive study at another network school with other students from across the network on a topic that leverages the perspectives and faculty expertise of the host school.

“Wilbur Ross and Bank of Ireland” is a new “raw” case study jointly assembled by the Yale School of Management, the University College Dublin Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, and the IE Business School.

In small network online courses students collaborate on team projects, developing virtual teamwork skills, and benefit from cross-cultural perspectives in lectures and discussions.



Insights: What’s the State of the European Banking System?

Europe is still struggling to emerge from the financial crisis. Though recent stress tests by the European Central Bank gave passing grades to 90% of the region’s banks, critics question the transparency and rigor of the tests. Professor Sascha Steffen of ESMT European School of Management and Technology talks about the state of the banking system and the challenges of designing and implementing a single system to oversee banks across the Eurozone. Read More.

Students on Global Network Week: Renmin

Watch students from Yale, IE, and Renmin School of Business talk about the October 2014 Global Network Week at Renmin. Read More.

Live Video: Yale Beijing Center Opens with Conference

The facility, which will act as a hub for Yale's activities in China, will be inaugurated with a series of panel discussions on October 27-28. Read More.

Dispatches from #GNW2014

Matthew O’Rourke is blogging from the Asian Insitute of Management’s Global Network Week module on ecotourism in the Philippines. Read More.