october, 2018

sun21oct(oct 21)14:00tue23(oct 23)13:30The 7th International Business School Shanghai ConferenceTheme: Impact and Change14:00 - 13:30 (23) UTC+8 Location: Shanghai, China

Event Details

IBSSC 2018

Target group
The 7th International Business School Shanghai Conference, supported by EFMD Global Network, has been designed for all interested in the management education and development. It brings together more than 250 deans from leading business schools, directors from international management education institutions, and leaders from international business education accreditation institutions. They will exchange views and explore the development of business schools, while promoting cooperation between business education in China and other countries

Host

Antai College of Economics and Managementhaihuiwang@sjtu.edu.cn

Location

Shanghai, China

Time

21 (Sunday) 14:00 - 23 (Tuesday) 13:30 UTC+8

Address

Antai College of Economics and Management

1954 Hua Shan Lu, JiaoTong DaXue, Xuhui Qu, Shanghai

Schedule

    • Day 1
    • Day 2
    • Day 3
    • October 21, 2018
    • 14:00 Registration and Cocktail reception14:00 - 18:00Registration and Cocktail reception

    • October 22, 2018
    • 8:40 Opening Ceremony8:40 - 8:50Opening CeremonySpeakers: LIN Zhongqin

    • 8:50 Plenary Session: Impact and Change 8:50 - 11:40The business school’s impact can thus be discussed in terms of three main aspects: Academic impact, Corporate impact and Social impact. Each of these may be evaluated on the business school’s measurable achievements in fostering entrepreneurship, producing program innovation, and supporting not only leading- edge academic research, but also research that has a powerful effect on globalized business practice.
Therefore, how should we develop a mission-guided work agenda to increase business schools’ impact? What is the effect of the impact agenda on business schools? How it may through its activities bring real positive changes to the world? These are questions that business schools around the world are engaged with, and that impel all our opportunities for future progress.Speakers: Chen Fangruo, Chris Styles, François Ortalo-Magné, Soumitra Dutta

    • 12:00 Lunch12:00 - 13:20Lunch

    • 13:30 Parallel Session A1: The Business School's Impacts on Social Development13:30 - 16:00Through corporate impact, social impact, or governmental impact, the business schools are contributing in changing the culture, policy, economics, business, and technology, and promoting the social development through its impact. Nowadays, business schools are more and more recognizing the importance of putting the mission-driven impact development into its agenda. Those schools seek impact beyond just innovation and knowledge creation; they seek to foster social responsibility, ethics and responsible leadership as well.Speakers: Andrei Sharonov, Emerson de Almeida, Errol D Souza, Hirokazu Kono, Vincenzo Vinzi

    • 13:30 Parallel Session A2: The Corporate Impact of Academic Research 13:30 - 16:00Even though there are few widely acknowledged quality standards for research practice, and few definitions of what constitutes good research, business schools broadly conclude that academic research makes substantial impact on the corporate world. Comparing with seeking more publishing in top journals, the business schools and professors are investing increasing efforts on working with practitioners, to develop the real business cases, to provide business consultancy, to transfer the management knowledge into commercial products. The relevance between business school’s academic research and its impact to corporate world, is interesting to study. Speakers: Kalok Chan, Marianne Lewis, Øystein Thøgersen, Soo Young Kwon, WEI Jiang

    • 13:30 Parallel Session A3: Evolution and Opportunities: Integration between Schools or between Companies in Emerging and Developed Economies13:30 - 16:00Session content and description Business education originally evolved in the West, but has since then developed in various countries and regions along with the local economic and business development. But differences in local context, along with the natural tension of globalization vs. localization, is an ongoing and challenging topic. Many business schools or companies in the BRICs have developed successful international strategies, but the integration between schools or between companies in emerging countries and in developed countries can definitely progress further, to meet both the local and the global challenges.
      Moderated by Santiago ÍñiguezSpeakers: Branislav Boričić, Dan LeClair, Nick Van Dam, Piet Naude, Santiago Íñiguez, XIANG Bing

    • 16:00 Coffee break16:00 - 16:30Coffee break

    • 16:30 Corporate Speeches16:30 - 17:30Corporate SpeechesSpeakers: ZHANG Ruimin

    • 19:00 Gala dinner19:00 - 21:00Gala dinner

    • October 23, 2018
    • 9:00 Parallel Session B1: Do Business School Rankings Mirror its Impacts?9:00 - 11:40The widely recognized international rankings include those conducted by the Academic Rankings of World Universities (ARWU) by Shanghai Jiao Tong University, The Times Higher Education World Reputation, QS World University, the Financial Times and US News . Business schools widely and increasing seek to be recognized as “world-class”. But is global competition pitting business schools against one another into a global academic arms race? Does rankings competition really promote business schools’ appropriate impact, and do the rankings themselves assess such impact? Can rankings participation distract business schools from their missions and appropriate impact? In this session, rankings professionals and other authorities will share their thoughts on this important topic.Speakers: Alex Chisholm, Helen Barrett, Idalene Kesner, LIU Niancai

    • 9:00 Parallel Session B2: What is the Impact in the Vision of International Organizations in Business Education Industry?9:00 - 11:40The "Impact" is being more and more focused by business school standards of leading international accreditation systems such as AACSB, EFMD, AMBA etc. Why do those business education organizations value the business schools' impact as a significant sector of business education? How they assess the impact - on measurable outcomes? Are these methodologies effective in driving increasing relevant and powerful impact in not only academia, but in the corporate and social environments as well? This session will invite leaders from recognized organizations in business education industry to share their viewpoints.
      Moderated by Kar Yan TamSpeakers: Ali Elquammah, Andrew Main Wilson, Eric Cornuel, Michael Desiderio, Tom Robinson

    • 9:00 Parallel Sessions B3: How can business school better nurture leaders? 9:00 - 11:40What makes a successful leader? The possible answers have been subject to debate for centuries, but at least one thing is certain: while students can learn a lot about leadership in business schools, the learning shouldn’t end on graduation day. Educating tomorrow’s leaders requires providing them with the ability and the inspiration to capture lifelong learning opportunities – on and off the job. Are the leadership programs currently offered at many business schools successful? To what degree can leadership be taught at all? In this session, we will invite business school deans to share their viewpoints on the topic with the conference audience.Speakers: Ali Dastmalchian, Bharatendu Nath Srivastava, Dipak Jain, Mills Soko, Robert Kennedy

    • 12:00 Lunch12:00 - 13:30Lunch

Registration

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Speakers for this event

  • Alex Chisholm

    Alex Chisholm

    Head of Business School Analytics, QS Intelligence Unit

    Head of Business School Analytics, QS Intelligence Unit

  • Ali Dastmalchian

    Ali Dastmalchian

    Dean of Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Canada

    Dean of Beedie School of Business, Simon Fraser University, Canada

  • Ali Elquammah

    Ali Elquammah

    Chairman of The Association of African Business Schools

    Chairman of The Association of African Business Schools

  • Andrei Sharonov

    Andrei Sharonov

    President, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO

    President, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO

  • Andrew Main Wilson

    Andrew Main Wilson

    Chief Executive of The Association of MBAs

    Chief Executive of The Association of MBAs

  • Bharatendu Nath Srivastava

    Bharatendu Nath Srivastava

    Director In-Charge, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC), India

    Director In-Charge, Indian Institute of Management Calcutta (IIMC), India

  • Branislav Boričić

    Branislav Boričić

    Dean of Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, Serbia

    Dean of Faculty of Economics, University of Belgrade, Serbia

  • Chen Fangruo

    Chen Fangruo

    Dean of Antai College of Economics and Managemnet, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P. R. China

    Dean of Antai College of Economics and Managemnet, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P. R. China

  • Chris Styles

    Chris Styles

    Dean of UNSW Business School, Australia

    Dean of UNSW Business School, Australia

  • Dan LeClair

    Dan LeClair

    Senior Vice President, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), USA

    Senior Vice President, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB), USA

  • Dipak Jain

    Dipak Jain

    President (European), of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), P. R. China

    President (European), of China Europe International Business School (CEIBS), P. R. China

  • Emerson de Almeida

    Emerson de Almeida

    President of the Board Committee, Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC), Brazil

    President of the Board Committee, Fundação Dom Cabral (FDC), Brazil

  • Eric Cornuel

    Eric Cornuel

    EFMD CEO & Director General

    EFMD CEO & Director General

  • Errol D'Souza

    Errol D'Souza

    Director of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA), India

    Director of Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad (IIMA), India

  • François Ortalo-Magné

    François Ortalo-Magné

    Dean of London Business School, UK

    Dean of London Business School, UK

  • Helen Barrett

    Helen Barrett

    Editor, Work & Careers, Financial Time

    Editor, Work & Careers, Financial Time

  • Hirokazu Kono

    Hirokazu Kono

    Dean of Keio Business School, Keio University, Japan

    Dean of Keio Business School, Keio University, Japan

  • Idalene Kesner

    Idalene Kesner

    Dean of Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, USA

    Dean of Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, USA

  • Kalok Chan

    Kalok Chan

    Dean of CUHK Business School, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

    Dean of CUHK Business School, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China

  • Kar Yan Tam

    Kar Yan Tam

    Dean of School of Business and Management, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology; President, Association of Asia- Pacific Business School

    Dean of School of Business and Management, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology; President, Association of Asia- Pacific Business School

  • LIN Zhongqin

    LIN Zhongqin

    President of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P. R. China

    President of Shanghai Jiao Tong University, P. R. China

  • LIU Niancai

    LIU Niancai

    Dean of Graduate School of Education (GSE),Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Inventor, Academic Rankings of World Universities

    Dean of Graduate School of Education (GSE),Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Inventor, Academic Rankings of World Universities

  • Marianne Lewis

    Marianne Lewis

    Dean of Cass Business School, City, University of London, UK

    Dean of Cass Business School, City, University of London, UK

  • Michael Desiderio

    Michael Desiderio

    Executive Director of EMBA Council

    Executive Director of EMBA Council

  • Mills Soko

    Mills Soko

    Director of Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, South Africa

    Director of Graduate School of Business, University of Cape Town, South Africa

  • Nick Van Dam

    Nick Van Dam

    Global Chief Learning Officer McKinsey

    Global Chief Learning Officer McKinsey

  • Øystein Thøgersen

    Øystein Thøgersen

    Rector of NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Norway

    Rector of NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Norway

  • Piet Naude

    Piet Naude

    Dean of University of Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa

    Dean of University of Stellenbosch Business School, South Africa

  • Robert Kennedy

    Robert Kennedy

    Dean of Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

    Dean of Nanyang Business School, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

  • Santiago Íñiguez

    Santiago Íñiguez

    Executive President of IE University, Spain

    Executive President of IE University, Spain

  • Soo Young Kwon

    Soo Young Kwon

    Dean of Korea University Business School, Korea

    Dean of Korea University Business School, Korea

  • Soumitra Dutta

    Soumitra Dutta

    Former Dean, Professor of Management, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business; Chair, Board of Directors, Global Business School Network (GBSN), USA

    Former Dean, Professor of Management, Cornell SC Johnson College of Business; Chair, Board of Directors, Global Business School Network (GBSN), USA

  • Tom Robinson

    Tom Robinson

    President and CEO, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

    President and CEO, The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business

  • Vincenzo Vinzi

    Vincenzo Vinzi

    President of ESSEC Business School, France

    President of ESSEC Business School, France

  • WEI Jiang

    WEI Jiang

    Dean of School of Management, Zhejiang University, P. R. China

    Dean of School of Management, Zhejiang University, P. R. China

  • XIANG Bing

    XIANG Bing

    Founding Dean, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, P. R. China

    Founding Dean, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, P. R. China

  • ZHANG Ruimin

    ZHANG Ruimin

    Chairman and CEO, Haier Group

    Chairman and CEO, Haier Group

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