Global Network for Advanced Management

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.

Our Mission

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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“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.

Our Cases

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

Our Courses

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


Global Network Survey Illuminates Challenges for Women in the Global Workforce

The report, “Women in the Global Workforce,” presents new insights into factors that contribute to the underrepresentation of women in business leadership worldwide. Read More

NUS Business School Team Wins Investment Competition

Team Intelligent Investors takes home the top prize, while IIMB’s Profit Paranoids finish as runners-up. Read More

The End of Globalization?

Follow along as the Yale School of Management's Dean David Bach presents his course on populism, economic nationalism, and the anti-globalization movement. Read More

Deans and Directors: Global Business Education is the Best Antidote to Economic Nationalism

The world is currently experiencing an upsurge in populism, economic nationalism, and anti-globalization rhetoric. Today, the principles on which the Global Network was founded are more important than ever. Read More