2024 EFMD Conference for Deans & Directors General

tue06feb(feb 6)10:00wed07(feb 7)22:002024 EFMD Conference for Deans & Directors GeneralKeeping up with transformation - Thriving in an evolving landscapeLocation:Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam

Event Details

The 2024 Deans Conference will take place on 6-7 February in the Anantara Grand 5* Hotel Krasnapolsky in the heart of Amsterdam. The conference will tackle topics revolving around the theme: Keeping up with transformation – Thriving in an evolving landscape.

It will provide a forum for business school leaders to convene in a trusted environment to discuss the most prominent topics in business education and exchange best practices to address present and future challenges.

In light of the significant shifts in business education trends and societal demands, it is ever-important that deans and directors gather to share key insights to help optimise schools’ objectives and reflect upon the future of education, research, and industry partnerships.

Target Group

This event is reserved for the Deans or Director General of the entire institution, with the management school’s overall responsibility for representing member and non-member schools in the EFMD network.

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Registration

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Programme

Tuesday 6 February

10:00 – 14:00

Registration & welcome coffee

10:30 – 11:00

EFMD newcomers’ optional pre-conference session
During this optional plenary session, new Deans or Directors General, as well as first-time conference attendees, can meet peers who are also new to this conference.

  • Roel Beetsma, Dean, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam (UvA), NL
  • Andrew Gaudes, Former Dean, Brock University, Goodman School of Business, CA
  • Griet Houbrechts, Director, Professional Development, EFMD Global
  • Friedemann Schulze-Fielitz, Director, Business School Services, EFMD Global

11:00 – 12:30

EFMD Quality Services Optional Pre-Conference Session
During this optional plenary session, the EFMD Quality Services Team will report on the current status and latest developments in EFMD accreditations.
During this session, Deans and Directors will also learn about the future goals of the EFMD accreditations.
It should be noted that this is not your typical accreditation seminar; explaining Standards & Criteria or Processes is NOT the primary goal of this session.

  • François Bonvalet, Director BSIS, EFMD Global
  • Piet Naudé, Director EDAF, EFMD Global
  • Keith Pond, Director EOCCS, EFMD Global
  • Alfons Sauquet, Director Quality Services & EQUIS, EFMD Global
  • Barbara Sporn, Director EFMD Programme Accreditation, EFMD Global

 

12:30 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 14:15

Welcome address

  • Eric Cornuel, President, EFMD Global
  • Peter-Paul Verbeek, Rector, University van Amsterdam, NL
  • Roel Beetsma, Dean, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam (UvA), NL

14:15 – 14:30

Setting the scene

  • Chairperson: Yolande Chan,  Dean and James McGill Professor, McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management, CA

14:30 – 16:00

Plenary I – How to build ecosystems for innovation and entrepreneurship        
Aim: This session will discuss the importance of harmonizing technical infrastructure with a supportive mindset and culture to nurture innovation and entrepreneurship. Experts from industry and academia will share strategies for developing state-of-the-art facilities and technological resources while simultaneously cultivating a culture that embraces creativity, collaboration, and risk-taking.

  • Nicolas Mottis, Full Professor, Management of Innovation and Entrepreneurship Department, Ecole Polytechnique, FR
  • Constantijn van Oranje, Special envoy Techleap, NL
  • Mirjam van Praag, Professor of Entrepreneurship & Leadership and former President at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL
  • Corinne Vigreux, Co-founder and CMO at TomTom; Founder at Codam College, NL
  • Moderated by Marc Salomon, Vice Dean UvA EB. & Dean Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, NL

16:00 – 16:45

Coffee break

16:45 – 18:00

Plenary II – panel – Managing technological innovation and transformation
Aim: Understanding how business schools will deal with the educational transformation caused by numerous technological innovations/advances. What should we do regarding programme design and delivery, and how does Generative AI play a role in this?
Examining AI from a business standpoint and determining what skills students will require in the future and how to acquire these new abilities.
Don’t be afraid to submit your question(s) in advance via the conference app so speakers can address them during the session.

  • Andrew Karolyi, Dean and Professor, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell University, US
  • Maud Pols, Learning Specialist, Microsoft Europe, NL
  • Carl Rhodes, Dean, UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney, AU
  • Moderated by Yolande Chan,  Dean and James McGill Professor, McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management, CA

18:00

Guided walking groups from Anantara hotel to the University of Amsterdam

18:30 – 21:00

Drinks & dinner at the University of Amsterdam, Nieuwe Achtergracht 164-166, D Building, 4th floor.

21:00

Guided walking groups back to the Anantara hotel

Wednesday 7 February

08:30

Registration and welcome coffee

09:00 – 10:15

Plenary III – Transformation of business schools’ business models
Aim: Recognising the diversity of business schools represented at the conference, this hands-on session will feature a panel of deans sharing best practices based on how their respective business schools have transformed their models and continued to evolve despite differences. Thinking about how radical our business models can be. Understanding the differences in expectations between centralised and de-centralised business schools, as well as how each school is unique and should capitalise on this.

  • Antonio Batista, Dean, Fundação Dom Cabral, BR
  • Saravanan Kesavan, Dean, BITS School of Management (BITSoM), IN
  • Mariëlle Heijltjes, Dean School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, NL
  • Moderated by Yolande Chan,  Dean and James McGill Professor, McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management, CA

10:15 – 11:00

Coffee break

11:00 – 12:15

Breakout series A

A1 — Analytics for a Better World
Aim: This session explores the power of data in action, of analytics tackling major challenges and playing a key role in initiatives towards a better world.

Analytics for a Better World will discuss insights gained by creating the institute and highlight the impact of analytics on SDGs, showcasing several projects in different contexts, like cleaning up plastic from the oceans and how text analytics can contribute to more effective disaster response and changing perceptions on flying.
FGV EAESP will discuss their Waterproofing Data Project, a multidisciplinary and international initiative to monitor flooding in vulnerable locations and to dialogue and engage with the community in these locations to improve the flow of information between different stakeholders.
  • Robert Monné, Managing Director of Analytics for a Better World (ABW), University of Amsterdam, NL
  • Claudia Orellana Rodriguez, Machine Learning Scientist in Analytics for a Better World (ABW), University of Amsterdam, NL
  • Maria Alexandra Cunha, Professor, FGV EAESP – Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo, BR
  • Moderated by François Bonvalet, Director BSIS, EFMD Global

A2 — Industry collaboration
Aim: This workshop will look into the best practices of industry collaboration regarding research and teaching. Learning how to approach industry for a successful collaboration and incorporate this into the programme curriculum and research programme.

  • Cees Diks, General Director, Research Centre for Sustainable Investments & Insurance, University of Amsterdam, NL
  • Michele O’Dwyer, Director, MBA Programmes, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, IE
  • Moderated by Gunther Friedl, Dean, TUM School of Management, DE

A3 — Student wellbeing
Aim: The study focuses on Student Wellbeing and the supporting services offered at the seven SIGMA Alliance universities, focusing on the challenges, approaches and good practices.

  • Timothy Clark, President, SIGMA Alliance and Provost, Singapore Management University, SG
  • Stephanie Lambert, Academic Mentor, Department of Management, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK
  • Joan Rodón Modol, Dean ESADE Business School, ES
  • Moderated by Peter Lindstrom, Dean, External Relations, University of St Gallen, CH

A4 — The research, teaching, and rankings agenda vs. impact
Aim: How can business schools manage the trade-off between doing research for prestige and doing it to make an impact in society? Similarly, do you teach for the sake of rankings or impact?

  • Amanda Gudmundsson, Executive Dean, Faculty of Business and Law, Queensland University of Technology, AU
  • Wilfred Mijnhardt, Policy Director, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, NL
  • Moderated by Ansgar Richter, Professor of Strategy, Organisation and Governance, Incoming Vice President of Academic Affairs / Dean of Faculty, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, DE

A5 — Entrepreneurship and societal impact of business schools
Aim: Demonstrating how business schools can achieve societal impact and how collaboration with start-ups can contribute to that goal.

  • Morten Irgens, Vice Dean for Innovation and Impact, Copenhagen Business School, DK
  • Tine Van Lommel, Innovation Manager, KU Leuven Research & Development KU Leuven KICK, and Coordinator KU Leuven KICK – student entrepreneurship @ KU Leuven, BE
  • Moderated by Erik Stam, Professor of Strategy, Organization and Entrepreneurship, Utrecht University School of Economics and, Scientific Director, Utrecht Center for Entrepreneurship at Utrecht University, NL

12:15 – 13:45

Lunch

13:45 – 15:00

Breakout series B

B1 — The transformation of education through AI
Aim: How can faculty teach students to embrace and use AI and new technologies like ChatGPT as they become more prevalent? Instead of prohibiting them, should we teach them to determine what they need to know and to use them as effectively as possible? They will necessitate a completely different set of abilities. How will students acquire these new skills? Best practices.

  • Jochen Hartmann. Professor of Digital Marketing, TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich, DE
  • Geoff Walters, Executive Dean, Faculty of Business & Law, Birkbeck, University of London, UK
  • Moderated by Vanessa Chang, Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Curtin Business School @ Curtin University, AU

B2 — Women as business schools leaders
Aim: Topics and challenges female deans face will be discussed in this workshop.

  • Wanda Costen, Dean, Smith School of Business, @Queen’s University, CA
  • Joy Jones, CEO, Graduate Management Admission Council™ (GMAC™), US
  • Caroline Roussel, Dean, IÉSEG School of Management, FR
  • Christina Soh, Former Dean College of Business, Nanyang Business School, SG
  • Moderated by Yolande Chan,  Dean and James McGill Professor, McGill University, Desautels Faculty of Management, CA

B3 — The migration challenge
Aim: How can business schools remain agile in teaching, research, and preparing students for future missions to remain relevant in assisting society and the economy deal with climate migration in the coming years? Another issue that may arise in the future linked to migration regarding recruiting processes for business schools is how to deal with diverse human capital.

  • Aida Hajro, Professor of International Business and Director of the Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds (CIBUL), UK
  • Luke Wilde, Chief Executive, twentyfifty, UK
  • Milda Zilinskaite, Senior Scientist & Center Manager Competence Center for Sustainability Transformation and Responsibility (STaR), and Co-Founder, Migration, Business & Society, Vienna University of Economics and Business, AT
  • Moderated by Julia Bennell, Dean, University of Leeds, Leeds University Business School, UK

B4 — The future of physical/virtual space in business education
Aim: As we configure/reconfigure our learning environments, we notice it is becoming increasingly difficult to get people on campus, and there are empty buildings worldwide. How can we entice people to return to campus, and what makes an optimal learning environment for business education? What are the long-term effects of online/hybrid/in-person formats in stakeholder engagement of businesses, students, alumni, and partners? How can work spaces be redistributed? How can we keep faculty engaged in the face of this new situation?

  • Dibyendu Bose, Deputy Director Sasin School of Management, Chulalongkorn University, TH
  • Delphine Manceau, Dean, NEOMA Business School, FR
  • Søren Øllgaard, Partner Design Director, Head of European Market – Architect, DK
  • Moderated by Andrew Gaudes, Former Dean, Brock University, Goodman School of Business, CA

B5 — Partnerships for sustainability?
Aim: Exploring the potential and complexities of academic and corporate partnerships to enhance sustainability. Examples include the consortium among Dutch business schools; the dialogue on collaborating with the fossil fuel industry at the University of Amsterdam; and the decarbonization project at Concordia in Canada.

  • Anne-Marie Croteau, Dean, John Molson School of Business (JMSB), @Concordia University, CA
  • Arno Kourula, Professor of Business & Sustainability, Chair of Strategy & International Business Section, and Director of Ethics, Responsibility and Sustainability, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, NL
  • Peter Verhoef, Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Groningen University, and Chair of the Dutch Domain, NL
  • Moderated by Piet Naudé, Professor of Ethics, Former Director of Stellenbosch Business School, and Director of EFMD Deans Across Frontiers

15:00 – 15:45

Coffee break

15:45 – 16:30

Plenary IV – Cultural differences and cross-cultural communication
Aim: A deeper understanding of the ‘Trompenaars’ model of national culture differences.

  • Fons Trompenaars, internationally renowned Dutch author, Thinkers50 hall of fame, and consultant in cross-cultural communication, NL
  • Moderated by Wendy Loretto, Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Dean, University of Edinburgh Business School, UK

16:30 – 16:45

Closing remarks by the Chair

16:45 – 17:00

Presentation of next year’s venue

18:00

Five-minute walk to the boat tour docking station.

18:30

Boat tour: drinks and discovering Amsterdam’s charm from the water

19:15 – 22:00

Dinner at Sea Palace Oosterdokskade 8, 1011 AE Amsterdam

22:00

Walk back to Anantara hotel

Practical information

Conference fees

Early Bird Fee until 20 October 2023:

  • EFMD Full member: 1385,95€ (including VAT)
  • EFMD Affiliated member: 1567,45€ (including VAT)
  • EFMD non-member: 1748,95€ (including VAT)

Normal Fee until 06 December 2023:

  • EFMD Full member: 1658,20€ (including VAT)
  • EFMD Affiliated member: 1839,70€ (including VAT)
  • EFMD non-member: 2142,20€ (including VAT)

Late Fee from 07 December 2023:

  • EFMD Full member: 1809,45€ (including VAT)
  • EFMD Affiliated member: 1990,95€ (including VAT)
  • EFMD non-member: 2293,45€ (including VAT)

Cancellation policy for registrations

CANCELLATION POLICY FOR REGISTRATIONS:
Cancellations must be confirmed in writing. If EFMD receives notice of your withdrawal before 09/01/2024, an administrative cancellation fee of (75€ plus 21% VAT) will be charged. Thereafter, we regret that we are unable to refund any fees.

Please note that if we haven’t received your payment (or proof of payment) before January 22, 2024, your name will not be added to the participants’ list.

EFMD's health & safety policy for in-person attendance

EFMD’s HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY FOR IN-PERSON ATTENDANCE
Please refer to the EFMD general policy and local authorities’ requirements to enter the country.

Conference hotel information

CONFERENCE HOTEL INFORMATION

All the bedrooms EFMD had reserved at the beautiful five-star Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam for the conference duration (from 5 February to 8 February) are now SOLD OUT.

This hotel boasts the most sought-after location in the city centre, on Dam Square overlooking the Royal Palace, and is a few minutes’ walk from the central railway station, museum, and shopping districts.

Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam
Dam 9,
1012 JS Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

Cancellation policy

You may cancel your reservation without any charges up to 7 days before arrival. If the reservation is cancelled later, the hotel has the right to charge you for the total cost of the stay.

Venue & contact

VENUE & CONTACT

Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam
Address
Dam 9,
1012 JS Amsterdam, Netherlands

Contact for questions :

For questions regarding the programme and overall event:
Delphine Hauspy

For questions regarding registration and accommodation:
Eliska Vinsova

For questions regarding exhibitors:
Hansol Park

Direction to reach Amsterdam or the Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam

DIRECTION TO REACH AMSTERDAM OR THE ANANTARA HOTEL

Arriving by plane

Amsterdam has one of the busiest international airports in the world and is extremely well connected with the rest of Europe and the rest of the world. Schiphol Airport is Amsterdam’s main and only international airport.
It is located 9 kilometers southwest of Amsterdam.
It is located some 16km from the Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam by taxi, although with regular traffic it can take up to 45-60 minutes.

It is therefore recommended to take the direct train from Schiphol to Amsterdam Central Station, which should take about 14-17 minutes and cost around 5-8€.

Amsterdam Central train station is 10 minute’s walk from the Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky.

Arriving by train

Amsterdam Central
For train schedules: https://www.ns.nl/en or https://9292.nl/en

Amsterdam Central train station is 10 minute’s walk from the Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky.

Speakers

  • Aida Hajro

    Aida Hajro

    Professor of International Business and Director of the Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds (CIBUL), UK

    Professor of International Business and Director of the Centre for International Business at the University of Leeds (CIBUL), UK

  • Amanda Gudmundsson

    Amanda Gudmundsson

    Executive Dean, QUT Business School, Australia

    Executive Dean, QUT Business School, Australia

  • Andrew Gaudes

    Andrew Gaudes

    Former Dean, Goodman School of Business, Brock University, CA

    Former Dean, Goodman School of Business, Brock University, CA

  • Andrew Karolyi

    Andrew Karolyi

    Dean and Professor, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell University, US

    Dean and Professor, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business, Cornell University, US

  • Anne-Marie Croteau

    Anne-Marie Croteau

    Dean, John Molson School of Business (JMSB), @Concordia University, CA

    Dean, John Molson School of Business (JMSB), @Concordia University, CA

  • Ansgar Richter

    Ansgar Richter

    Professor of Strategy, Organisation and Governance, Incoming Vice President of Academic Affairs / Dean of Faculty, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, DE

    Professor of Strategy, Organisation and Governance, Incoming Vice President of Academic Affairs / Dean of Faculty, Frankfurt School of Finance & Management, DE

  • Antonio Batista

    Antonio Batista

    Dean, Fundação Dom Cabral, BR

    Dean, Fundação Dom Cabral, BR

  • Arno Kourula

    Arno Kourula

    Professor of Business & Sustainability, Co-chair of Strategy & International Business Section, Sustainability Director and Co-director of Honours Programme Sustainability, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, NL

    Professor of Business & Sustainability, Co-chair of Strategy & International Business Section, Sustainability Director and Co-director of Honours Programme Sustainability, Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, NL

  • Carl Rhodes

    Carl Rhodes

    Dean, UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney, AU

    Dean, UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney, AU

  • Caroline Roussel

    Caroline Roussel

    Dean, IÉSEG School of Management, FR

    Dean, IÉSEG School of Management, FR

  • Cees Diks

    Cees Diks

    General Director, Research Centre for Sustainable Investments & Insurance, University of Amsterdam, NL

    General Director, Research Centre for Sustainable Investments & Insurance, University of Amsterdam, NL

  • Christina Soh

    Christina Soh

    Former Dean, College of Business, Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang Business School, SG

    Former Dean, College of Business, Nanyang Technological University, Nanyang Business School, SG

  • Claudia Orellana Rodriguez

    Claudia Orellana Rodriguez

    Machine Learning Scientist in Analytics for a Better World (ABW), University of Amsterdam, NL

    Machine Learning Scientist in Analytics for a Better World (ABW), University of Amsterdam, NL

  • Constantijn van Oranje

    Constantijn van Oranje

    Special envoy Techleap, NL

    Special envoy Techleap, NL

  • Corinne Vigreux

    Corinne Vigreux

    Co-founder and CMO at TomTom; Founder at Codam College, NL

    Co-founder and CMO at TomTom; Founder at Codam College, NL

  • Delphine Manceau

    Delphine Manceau

    Dean, Neoma Business School, FR

    Dean, Neoma Business School, FR

  • Dibyendu Bose

    Dibyendu Bose

    Deputy Director Sasin School of Management, Chulalongkorn University, TH

    Deputy Director Sasin School of Management, Chulalongkorn University, TH

  • Erik Stam

    Erik Stam

    Professor of Strategy, Organization and Entrepreneurship, Utrecht University School of Economics and, Scientific Director, Utrecht Center for Entrepreneurship at Utrecht University, NL

    Professor of Strategy, Organization and Entrepreneurship, Utrecht University School of Economics and, Scientific Director, Utrecht Center for Entrepreneurship at Utrecht University, NL

  • Fons Trompenaars

    Fons Trompenaars

    internationally renowned Dutch author, Thinkers50 hall of fame, and consultant in cross-cultural communication, NL

    internationally renowned Dutch author, Thinkers50 hall of fame, and consultant in cross-cultural communication, NL

  • François Bonvalet

    François Bonvalet

    Director, BSIS

    Director, BSIS

  • Geoff Walters

    Geoff Walters

    Executive Dean, Faculty of Business & Law, Birkbeck, University of London, UK

    Executive Dean, Faculty of Business & Law, Birkbeck, University of London, UK

  • Gunther Friedl

    Gunther Friedl

    Dean, TUM School of Management, DE

    Dean, TUM School of Management, DE

  • Joan Rodón

    Joan Rodón

    Dean, ESADE Business School, ES

    Dean, ESADE Business School, ES

  • Jochen Hartmann

    Jochen Hartmann

    Professor of Digital Marketing, TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich, DE

    Professor of Digital Marketing, TUM School of Management, Technical University of Munich, DE

  • Julia Bennell

    Julia Bennell

    Dean, University of Leeds, Leeds University Business School, UK

    Dean, University of Leeds, Leeds University Business School, UK

  • Luke Wilde

    Luke Wilde

    Chief Executive, twentyfifty, UK

    Chief Executive, twentyfifty, UK

  • Marc Salomon

    Marc Salomon

    Vice Dean UvA EB. & Dean Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, NL

    Vice Dean UvA EB. & Dean Amsterdam Business School, University of Amsterdam, NL

  • Maria Alexandra Cunha

    Maria Alexandra Cunha

    Professor, FGV EAESP – Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo, BR

    Professor, FGV EAESP – Fundação Getulio Vargas, Escola de Administração de Empresas de São Paulo, BR

  • Mariëlle Heijltjes

    Mariëlle Heijltjes

    Dean School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, NL

    Dean School of Business and Economics, Maastricht University, NL

  • Maud Pols

    Maud Pols

    Learning Specialist, Microsoft Europe, NL

    Learning Specialist, Microsoft Europe, NL

  • Michele O’Dwyer

    Michele O’Dwyer

    Director, MBA Programmes, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, IE

    Director, MBA Programmes, Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick, IE

  • Milda Zilinskaite

    Milda Zilinskaite

    Senior Scientist & Center Manager Competence Center for Sustainability Transformation and Responsibility (STaR), and Co-Founder, Migration, Business & Society, Vienna University of Economics and Business, AT

    Senior Scientist & Center Manager Competence Center for Sustainability Transformation and Responsibility (STaR), and Co-Founder, Migration, Business & Society, Vienna University of Economics and Business, AT

  • Mirjam van Praag

    Mirjam van Praag

    Professor of Entrepreneurship & Leadership and former President at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL

    Professor of Entrepreneurship & Leadership and former President at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL

  • Morten Irgens

    Morten Irgens

    Vice Dean for Innovation and Impact, Copenhagen Business School, DK

    Vice Dean for Innovation and Impact, Copenhagen Business School, DK

  • Nicolas Mottis

    Nicolas Mottis

    Professor Management of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Department, Ecole Polytechnique, FR

    Professor Management of Innovation & Entrepreneurship Department, Ecole Polytechnique, FR

  • Peter Lindstrom

    Peter Lindstrom

    Dean, External Relations, University of St Gallen, CH

    Dean, External Relations, University of St Gallen, CH

  • Peter Verhoef

    Peter Verhoef

    Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Groningen University, and Chair of the Dutch Domain, NL

    Dean of the Faculty of Economics and Business, Groningen University, and Chair of the Dutch Domain, NL

  • Piet Naude

    Piet Naude

    Director, EDAF, Quality Services, EFMD Global

    Director, EDAF, Quality Services, EFMD Global

  • Robert Monné

    Robert Monné

    Managing Director of Analytics for a Better World (ABW), University of Amsterdam, NL

    Managing Director of Analytics for a Better World (ABW), University of Amsterdam, NL

  • Roel Beetsma

    Roel Beetsma

    Dean, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam (UvA), NL

    Dean, Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Amsterdam (UvA), NL

  • Saravanan Kesavan

    Saravanan Kesavan

    Dean, BITS School of Management (BITSoM), IN

    Dean, BITS School of Management (BITSoM), IN

  • Søren Øllgaard

    Søren Øllgaard

    Partner Design Director, Head of European Market – Architect, DK

    Partner Design Director, Head of European Market – Architect, DK

  • Stephanie Lambert

    Stephanie Lambert

    Academic Mentor, Department of Management, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK

    Academic Mentor, Department of Management, The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), UK

  • Timothy Clark

    Timothy Clark

    President, SIGMA Alliance and Provost, Singapore Management University, SG

    President, SIGMA Alliance and Provost, Singapore Management University, SG

  • Tine Van Lommel

    Tine Van Lommel

    Innovation Manager, KU Leuven Research & Development KU Leuven KICK, and Coordinator KU Leuven KICK – student entrepreneurship @ KU Leuven, BE

    Innovation Manager, KU Leuven Research & Development KU Leuven KICK, and Coordinator KU Leuven KICK – student entrepreneurship @ KU Leuven, BE

  • Vanessa Chang

    Vanessa Chang

    Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Curtin Business School @ Curtin University, AU

    Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean, Curtin Business School @ Curtin University, AU

  • Wanda Costen

    Wanda Costen

    Dean, Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, CA

    Dean, Smith School of Business, Queen’s University, CA

  • Wendy Loretto

    Wendy Loretto

    Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Dean, University of Edinburgh Business School, UK

    Professor of Organisational Behaviour and Dean, University of Edinburgh Business School, UK

  • Wilfred Mijnhardt

    Wilfred Mijnhardt

    RSM Policy Director, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, NL

    RSM Policy Director, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, NL

  • Yolande Chan

    Yolande Chan

    Dean and James McGill Professor, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, CA

    Dean and James McGill Professor, Desautels Faculty of Management, McGill University, CA

Contact

For questions regarding the programme and overall event:
Delphine Hauspy

 

For questions regarding registration and accommodation:
Eliska Vinsova

 

For questions regarding exhibitors:
Hansol Park

Location

Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky Amsterdam

Address

Anantara Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky

Dam 9, 1012 JS Amsterdam, Netherlands

Time

february 6 (tuesday) 10:00 - february 7 (wednesday) 22:00