Global Network for Advanced Management

The Global Network for Advanced Management marked its fifth anniversary with a Symposium celebrating the 29 member schools who have made networked learning, inquiry, and teamwork a reality.

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A global survey of students and alumni from 28 schools in more than 100 countries identifies ongoing challenges for women in global business.

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Introducing Global Network Perspectives, a new online magazine showcasing the ideas and insights from Global Network schools.

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

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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.

Global Network Weeks

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

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Dispatches from #GNW2017: Costa Rica at a Crossroads

Victor Umaña, director of the the Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development at INCAE Business School, discussed the "two Costa Ricas." Read More

Dispatches from GNW2017: Meet Jane Sun

A student at Global Network for Advanced Management member UBC Sauder School of Business, Sun is in Costa Rica this week for INCAE Business School's module, “Doing Business in Latin America: The Competitiveness and Sustainability Challenge.” Read More

Dispatches from GNW2017: Using the Social Progress Index to Track Development

Jaime García, researcher and methodology expert at INCAE's Latin American Center for Competitiveness and Sustainable Development, argues the index is valuable to not only in the public sector, but also in the private. Read More