Evénements de gestion15/03/2021
2021 : BSIS Virtual Symposium
The aim of the symposium is to dig deeper into a number of topics that have a clear link with Impact and that have been brought to the fore even more during the difficult year we now have behind us. Each session will start with video testimonials on the particular session topic of schools that have been through the BSIS process. The session itself will be moderated by the different members of the BSIS Symposium steering committee. The format of the whole series will alternate interactive online plenary sessions and breakout groups, supported by platforms to share feedback and ideas.
The symposium will be organised in a form of online series and will take place every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 15 April- 30 April at 13:00- 14:30 CEST. Please see the programme below for more details. More info
Programme :Thursday 15 April
- Welcome : Michel Kalika, Director BSIS, EFMD Global
- Session 1 – Impact, Sustainability and the Ecosystems Approach. Moderated by: Wilfred Mijnhardt, Policy Director RSM, Rotterdam School of Management-Erasmus University, NL
- Aim of the session is, after a quick overview of process and criteria, to explore how the past year has changed our perspective on impact and to share feedback on possible updates
- Moderated by: Debra Leighton, Senior Advisor BSIS, EFMD Global
Tuesday 20 April : Session 3 – The Pandemic and Impact on Education and Research
- Have Business School faculty and staff acquired skills that prepare our schools better for the future? What changes have our schools implemented that will be integrated in the longer term?
- Moderated by: Jane Mulatz, Director, Strategy and Accreditations, Saint Mary’s University, Sobey School of Business, CA and Valérie Plat Pelazzo, Director Quality, Accreditations, Projects, iaelyon School of Management, FR
Thursday 22 April : Session 4 – The Pandemic and the Definition of the Impact Zone
- Did the pandemic cause changes in the size and definition of the impact zone? Have the changes of remote learning and working caused any changes in for example alumni reach and executive education?
- Moderated by: Michel Kalika, Director BSIS, EFMD Global
Friday 23 April : Session 5 – The Pandemic, Impact and Gender
- The aim of the session is to share good practices regarding diversity and inclusion in different areas.
- Moderated by: Marjan Smonig, Secretariat for Management Team and BSIS coordinator, University of Ljubljana School of Economics and Busines, SI
Tuesday 27 April : Session 6 – Impact and Rankings
- Andrew Jack, Global Education Editor, Financial Times, UK
- Moderated by: Jérôme Caby, General Delegate, FNEGE, FR
Thursday 29 April : Session 7 – Impact and Accreditation
- What are the synergies between impact assessment and accreditation? How can we create a virtuous circle that helps our schools to grow? Which transversal points are common between accreditation and impact assessment, e.g. sustainability, entrepreneurship, …?
- Moderated by: Debra Leighton, Senior Advisor BSIS, EFMD Global and Wilfried Niessen, Director General & Dean, HEC Liège-Management School, University of Liège, BE
Friday 30 April : Session 8 – The Growing Importance of Impact in Business Schools’ and Governments’ strategies
- How does Impact influence public financing of education? Does demonstrated impact influence potential students from different generations?
- Moderated by: Nadine Tournois, Dean, IAE de Nice, FR
- Conclusion : Michel Kalika, Director BSIS, EF
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