The 2020 BSIS Symposium will dig deeper into some of the strategic challenges of business schools, such as re-discovering your roots and immediate environment, ensuring the societal impact of your
The 2020 BSIS Symposium will dig deeper into some of the strategic challenges of business schools, such as re-discovering your roots and immediate environment, ensuring the societal impact of your research and how to balance the assessment of your positive impact with an evaluation of the school’s footprint. Join the conversation about the strategic perspective that impact assessment and BSIS in particular as a tool provides: accelerating performance and serving as an agent of change. Also as a management tool, a comprehensive impact assessment supports top management teams to motivate their Business School’s staff, to create a sense of pride, understand how stakeholders perceive the school, to enhance their reputation and to reinforce the school’s continuous improvement and accreditation processes.
Both experts as well as Business Schools that have been through the BSIS process will share experience and best practice throughout the symposium. Interactive plenary sessions as well as group discussions on all these aspects will provide participants with the opportunity to share and learn from colleagues.
Those responsible within business schools for data collection for accreditation and other purposes, accreditation and impact managers, those responsible for stakeholder relations and everybody interested in debating the impact assessment of business schools.
4 (Monday) 13:00 - 5 (Tuesday) 17:00
Campus Saint-Jean d’Angély 24, avenue des Diables Bleus, F-06357 NICE Cedex 4