Conference highlights innovative thinking in graduate education
In September, Rutgers Business School brought together nearly 200 academics and leaders from industry for an Innovations in Graduate Business Education Conference. Over several days, executives and business school administrators from top universities in the nation discussed a range of issues that are influencing the development of curriculum, new programming, preparing business talent and what companies are looking for in new graduates. (For more about the conference, see (“Changing business world inspires discussions on industry connections, innovative curriculum.”)
To capture some of the thought leadership and ideas exchanged during the Innovations in Graduate Business Education Conference, Rutgers Business School made videos of participants from each of the panel discussions.
Click on the links below to hear interesting takeaways from some of the panelists:
Business Academic Partnerships with Brett Palmer, president, Small Business Investor Alliance, and University of Nebraska’s College of Business Administration Dean Donde Plowman
Industry Trends with Michael Seneski, director of corporate strategy, Ford Motor Company, and Natalya Leahy, vice president, finance, Holland America Group
Online Programs with Kelley School of Business Dean Idalene Kesner, Fox School of Business Moshe Porat and University of Illinois-Urbana Champaign College of Business Dean Jeffery Brown.
Sustainable Business Schools with Rutgers Business School Dean Lei Lei, Wisconsin School of Business Dean Francois Ortalo-Mangé and Smith School of Business Dean Alexander Triantis
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