Keywords: GNAM, EGADE Business School
The Dean of EGADE Business School, Ignacio de la Vega, was selected as one of the four Vice Chairs of the Steering Committee of the Global Network for Advanced Management (GNAM), a network that groups together 32 of the most important business schools in the world.
“This appointment is a clear recognition of EGADE Business School’s growing contribution to the design of a global transformation in business education,” commented Dean De la Vega. “We will be working hand in hand with the other network member schools to assure a positive impact on the transformation of our society toward a shared global prosperity.”
For the next two years, apart from Dean De la Vega, the committee will be made up of Nida Bektas, from the Graduate School of Business of Koҫ University (Turkey), Kaz Ichijo, the International Corporate Strategy Hitotsubashi University (Japan), and Joerg Rochōll, the European School of Management and Technology (Germany).
Edward A. Snyder, dean of Yale SoM and chair of GNAM, said: “I would like to thank the deans for accepting this nomination. I am looking forward to working with each of them to build and strengthen the network over the next two years.”
GNAM was launched in 2012 as an initiative led by Yale School of Management (SoM), with three key concepts: business education stakeholders are becoming increasingly global; no school on its own can have a truly global scope, and schools can benefit enormously from commerce and collaboration.
GNAM is a platform for the students and faculty from the network member schools to exchange ideas and experiences, allowing them to come into direct contact with new cultures and social contexts, economies of diverse sizes and different ways of doing business through the Global Network Weeks (GNW).
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