EFMD news22 May 2012р.
EFMD round-table stresses that management must be a public concern
When we discuss management as a key issue for society these days the word has a mostly negative connotation we tend to talk about management in terms of the damages that short-termism, off-shoring, greed and bad management (in particular in the financial services sector) are inflicting on society. The round table last week at the 2012 European Business Summit (EBS) organised by the EFMD took a different approach.
EFMD to partner 2012 Drucker Forum: Capitalism 2.0 New Horizons for Managers
In 2012 EFMD is again a strategic partner to the Global Peter Drucker Forum. The 4th Forum will take place in Vienna from November 15 to November 16 2012. Leaders from Business, Academia and the non-profit Sector will discuss the future of Capitalism from the perspective of those who are the key actors in the system i.e. the managers. Speakers include Lynda Gratton, Roger L. Martin, John Quelch, Adrian Wooldridge, Tammy Erickson, Umair Haque, Patrick de Cambourg (President Mazars) and Vicki Escarra (President Feeding America).
First business school joins EFMD Deans Across Frontiers scheme
The first business school has been formally accepted into EFMDs new Deans Across Frontiers (DAF) system and its Evaluation Review will take place in mid October 2012. A number of other schools will have their eligibility applications reviewed at the DAF Committee meeting in May.
EFMD Quality Services Department announce seminar activities for the rest of 2012
The EFMD Quality Services Department is happy to announce its seminar activities for the second half of 2012. In order to inform Business Schools and other stakeholders about EQUIS, EPAS and DAF, the EFMD Quality Services department offers different types of information events:
Free access to special issue of the Journal of Management Development - Business schools in transition?
To mark the EFMDs 40th anniversary Emerald is delighted to offer three months complimentary online access to Business schools in transition? Issues of impact, legitimacy, capabilities and re-invention guest edited by Howard Thomas and Eric Cornuel (Journal of Management Development, volume 31 no 4, 2012).