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.
Oxford Saïd plans to actively engage with the Global Network across a range of programs, likely including Global Network Weeks, faculty research initiatives, and executive education, creating opportunities in the United Kingdom, as well as connections to one of the world’s leading universities.
More than two thousand students from all 28 Global Network schools have responded to the 2016 Global Network Leadership survey, and more than one thousand alumni from 24 Global Network schools have responded.
Matthew O'Rourke is blogging from Quito, Ecuador, from the network's first joint Global Network Week, titled "Customized Resilience and the New Urban Agenda: Contexts, Cultures, and Collaborative Structures."
The Global Network for Advanced Management Investment Competition, hosted by the International Center for Finance at the Yale School of Management, is a one-of-a-kind contest dedicated to equity investments sourced from top business students around the globe. Students from GNAM schools are invited to register a team of between two and six students, and ideally, one faculty advisor.
Yale SOM alumni and all alumni of Global Network for Advanced Management schools are invited to join Yale Professor Nicholas A. Christakis, for a 75-minute master class drawn from his current research on how the human social network structure and function can be used to intervene in the world to make it better.