CEEMAN Know-How Webinars and Lounge Discussions
Our members have expressed a strong interest in learning not just about the description of a specific challenge or goal, but “how to” implement a solution, or “how to” start and continue the change process toward reaching that goal. We have responded with a successful launch of Know-How Webinars on topics of interest for management educators, as well as CEEMAN Lounge discussions. Lounge is a new platform to share and discuss some of the key questions management education is facing, bringing insights from our members and international experts. Below, you can find the descriptions and the recordings of our free online events.
REIMAGINING MANAGEMENT EDUCATION IN RISING ECONOMIES: TOWARDS NEW SKILLS AND MINDSETS
We are glad to share with you recording of the online discussion "Reimagining Management Education in Rising Economies: Towards New Skills and Mindsets", organized on 27 January by the Alliance of Management Development Associations in Rising Economies in partnership with PRME - Principles for Responsible Management Education. Gathering more than 300 registrations from 71 countries all over the world, the session, co-moderated by CEEMAN President Danica Purg and Head of PRME Mette Morsing, discussed how business schools in rising economies can contribute to rebalancing sustainability and reimagining management education.
HOW TO SURVIVE THE INCREASING DEMANDS FOR DATA FOR RANKINGS AND ACCREDITATION
Higher education institutions (HEIs) have to report an increasing amount of data to accreditation agencies, ranking outlets, and other stakeholders. At the same time, HEIs increasingly focus on multi-accreditation, multi-ranking strategies. This webinar provides an overview of the complexity regarding the collection and management of data for HEIs, focusing on the key topics such as avoiding redundancies in data collection, controlling resource requirements for collecting and managing an increasing amount of data, common hurdles in data collection and how to overcome them, and best practices for managing multiple accreditations and rankings. Moderator Axel Borschbach (ACADEM by Rimaone) was joined by guests Violetta Grigorieva (Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO) and Marcin Matyja (Kozminski University).
NEXT STOP: THE FUTURE
CEEMAN corporate member CarringtonCrisp highlights future trends for business education, drawing on their international market research with students, faculty, professional staff and employers. From the trends, Crisp will draw out key steps for business schools to take to build their offer, providing actionable insights and opportunities for schools to discuss what will work best for them.
IMTA GLOBAL MEET-UP WITH ALUMNI
An interactive session with IMTA alumni from around the world who shared their latest experiences related to management education. A great opportunity to get to know IMTA community and spirit, learn from colleagues, and share your own insights. Introductory speakers (Wolfgang Amann, HEC Paris, Oman/ Shiv Tripathi, India/ Tatjana Volkova, BA School of Economics and Business, Latvia/ Vladimir Vulić, Digital Transformation Strategist, Monte Negro) were later joined by other IMTA alumni and they all shared their experience and questions with the community.
CEEMAN LOUNGE WITH IMTA FACULTY
The last few months have brought up many challenges for educators – transitioning to online teaching, keeping student engagement and motivation high in a virtual environment, assessing learning outcomes, keeping up with research and administrative responsibilities while organizing work from home. In this CEEMAN Lounge, we are talking with the star team of IMTA faculty about their experience, thoughts and reflections on the implications of current situation, challenges and opportunities it brought for teaching, and wider issues related to education.
CEEMAN LOUNGE ON CEO PERSPECTIVES FOR BUSINESS SCHOOLS
For many businesses COVID-19 presented two multifaceted lifetime challenges 1) healthy survival, and 2) reorganizing for their imagined future. In the face of dramatic changes in economic outlook and consumer behavior they are at very least adapting how they do business. Work practices are being challenged, competence models are being revisited and resources revalued. The two-way expectation highway connecting employer and employee is being recalibrated. Business schools need to adapt quickly to support this step-change. This CEEMAN Lounge therefore provides an opportunity to explore how business leaders think about the potential contributions of young talents and how they think business schools should prepare them.
UNTAPPING DIGITAL POTENTIAL IN ONLINE TEACHING
In this CEEMAN Know-How webinar, join IMTA alumni Omar Luethi (Switzerland) and Kaja Prystupa-Rządca (Poland) to learn from their practical experience of applying a variety of different digital, interactive and collaborative/experiential learning methods in business education and school-to-work transitions. How can we integrate relevant stakeholders, expand the learning arena and increase student engagement in the virtual classroom? How can you start small but move fast as an individual educator? And what are key aspects to consider when scaling up and trying to anchor new ways of learning in your institution?
CRISIS IN CONSULTING
Which consultancies are surviving the COVID-19 crisis? Which are not? What makes the difference? How will the crisis change the relationship between consultancy and business schools? These are the questions we tried to answer in CEEMAN Know-How webinar on Crisis in Consulting with IMTA alumnus Prof. Joe O'Mahoney on Thursday, 14 May at 16:00 PM CEST.
CEEMAN LOUNGE ON REMINAGINING MANAGEMENT EDUCATION WITH DEANS
The sudden outbreak of COVID-19 has created a new reality for management education institutions which calls for rethinking the current learning & teaching & research practices. The first CEEMAN Lounge online discussion explored the topic of Reimagining Management Education - Challenges and Opportunities in the New Reality. The discussion took place in an online on Wednesday, 6 May 2020 from 14:00-15:00 PM CEST. The challenges and opportunities were explored together with academic leaders representing three different continents - Africa, Asia and Europe:
- Prof. Nicola Kleyn, Dean at Gordon Institute of Business Science (GIBS) University of Pretoria, South Africa
- Prof. Jiang Wei, Dean and Professor at School of Management, Zhejiang University, Cheung Kong Distinguished Professor of Chinese Ministry of Education, China
- Prof. Grzegorz Mazurek, Vice Rector for International Relations, Professor of (Digital) Marketing, Kozminski University, Poland.
CONTENT MARKETING FOR BUSINESS SCHOOLS
CEEMAN has partnered with the GMAC Media Solutions to offer you practical tips on how to use content marketing to keep your candidates engaged whilst we navigate through this Covid 19 crisis. The GMAC Connect content marketing experts Andy Roughton and Marco De Novellis will take you through five simple steps to create a successful content marketing campaign.
On 6 April, CEEMAN joined forces with an award-winning commercial director-cinematographer Dražen Štader who showed us 10 simple steps on how to make presentational videos and online tutorials from the comfort of your home or office using just your smartphone. The webinar is here to help you learn a step-by-step action plan: How to set your smartphone for success, a simple method to be confident in front of the camera and how to create simple, effective online educational video content.
RAPID TRANSITION TO ONLINE TEACHING
Starting with the first webinar by Nikos Mylonopoulos, titled “Rapid Transition to Online Teaching”, we focused on the urgent actions needed in order to transition to online teaching. Dr. Mylonopoulos addressed topics that have to do with tools, equipment, teaching methods, preparation, and some bigger-picture issues related to budgeting, broader strategic impact, and medium-term sustainability. The webinar was based on his near-real-time personal experience from coordinating and spearheading into this transition.