“The future of the best Executive MBAs” by the Financial Times and EDHEC Business School
For the second year running, EDHEC Business School is proud to be a lead partner of the Financial Times online conference dedicated to the future of the best Executive MBAs. This prestigious one-day online event will address the future of business education with a spotlight on how the world’s best Executive MBAs can shape and enhance the leaders of tomorrow. The digital event, taking place on Wednesday 19th of October is open to all, registering is on the FT Live website.
Unlocking your leadership potential
Aimed at aspiring leaders who are already experienced professionals, this event will be the second in the FT’s Future of Business Education series, which aims to be the ultimate guide to educating global leaders.
The conference will put a spotlight on the Executive MBA, assessing how it can help with career transitions, redefine your leadership skills, exploit disruption and broaden your horizons for a global career.
FT Education editor Andrew Jack, and reporters as well as experts from top universities and business schools will be providing a detailed insight into the FT Global Executive MBA rankings and tackling issues such as disruption caused by digital technology, sustainable finance, ESG and the intellectual frameworks around teaching and research, and diversity in leadership.
Some of the world leading experts on leadership, strategy and global business will be taking part in a series of insightful and thought-provoking workshops and panel discussions, including EDHEC associate professor in Organizational Behavior Inge De Clippeleer and EDHEC professor of Strategy Karin Kollenz-Quetard.
Mapping out your route to professional success
EDHEC associate professor in Organizational Behavior Inge De Clippeleer will host a 30 minute workshop on ‘Mapping out your route to professional success’, from 10:45 AM FR time.
Prepare to be stimulated!
Managing disruption and the impact of the pandemic
Later in the morning, EDHEC professor of Strategy Karin Kollenz-Quetard will participate in a 45 minute panel discussion on ‘Managing disruption and the impact of the pandemic’, from 11:55 AM FR time. She will discuss with professionals from the CEIBS Chinese Business School and US Kellogg School of Management.