The case, developed in a collaboration between NUS Business School and the Yale School of Management, investigates the marketing and operational challenges to sustainability at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. It debuted at the Aspen Institute’s Business & Society International MBA Case Competition.
The team, Incatraz Investments, won the $3,500 prize for its work analyzing the stock offering from Cemex Latam Holdings, a firm investing in cement products. Alpha Omega, a team from the National University of Singapore Business School, was the runner-up in the competition, winning $1,500.
The newest members of the network are SDA Bocconi School of Management, Bocconi University, in Milan, Italy; Strathmore Business School in Nairobi, Kenya; and UNSW Business School in Sydney, Australia.
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.”
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.
INCAE Professor Bernard Kilian argues that, just because coffee is labeled as fair trade or organic, it doesn't mean that the production process has been economically beneficial or sustainable for the coffee producers.
In a session led by Lawrence Pratt, a senior lecturer at INCAE Business School, students learned more about the broad-scope approach that Costa Rican policymakers have used for decades to evaluate their country’s growth.
On 19 September, a 7.1 magnitude earthquake ripped through Mexico City, devastating the area. Tragically, among the casualties are a number of students from Tecnológico de Monterrey, the home university of EGADE Business School. The Global Network is about more than just academic collaboration. We are a community that supports one another. In this moment of crisis for our friends in Mexico, we have the opportunity to stand together and to help on a larger scale than any one of us alone. Global Network members express our affection for our friends at EGADE and at the Tecnológico de Monterrey and stand in solidarity with them. If you wish to help, please make a donation directly to the Mexican Red Cross, through the Cruz Roja Mexicana Amazon wishlist, or through another charity helping those in the area.
Five Global Network member schools will launch a set of dual degree programs focused on early-career students. The schools launching the M2M programs are FGV Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo, HEC Paris, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Business School (HKUST), Sauder School of Business University of British Columbia, and Yale SOM.