Management education is about driving constructive change all over the world.
Sauder’s Professor Darren Dahl knows that staying ahead in business requires creativity. In his new class, Cultivating Creativity he takes what he's learned from market research and applies in the classroom to help students become the disruptive innovators they need to be.
The Robert H. Lee Graduate School at the Sauder School of Business has demonstrated significant leadership integrating social, environmental and ethical issues into its MBA program, according to the Aspen Institute’s 2011-2012 Beyond Grey Pinstripes ranking. The biennial survey of international business schools placed Sauder at 24th among their “Top 100 MBAs” in the world.
Sauder School of Business graduate, Maryanne Mathias, links fashion to social, economic and political change. Ghana’s vibrant culture, colours and textiles contrast sharply with the exacting demands of high-end fashion.
A group of three UBC MBA grads are the focus of a profile in the Financial Times today for a company they developed in the class Technology Entrepreneurship – a unique course offered by Sauder's Robert H. Lee Graduate School, which teams up business and engineering students to create new high-tech products.
The Sauder School of Business at the University of British Columbia and the Copenhagen Business School announced today that they will strengthen their strategic partnership by creating a $400,000 fund to support collaboration. The new money, contributed equally by both institutions, is the first installment to the fund targeted at jump starting joint research and teaching initiatives at the schools.