Management education is about driving constructive change all over the world.
The small network online course will explore the challenges posed by a growing and increasingly urban world population.
Sauder International MBA (IMBA) students took part in a case competition with their full-time MBA peers as part of the first of two extended stays in Vancouver to learn and gain exposure to the Canadian business environment.
A new study of graduate business students titled, “Rising leaders on environmental sustainability and climate change: A global survey of students from top-ranking business schools,” finds widespread consensus that business must lead on solutions to climate change and sustainability to attract and retain talent.
Student success stories are replicated throughout the Sauder School of Business' student body, inspiring global firms from start-ups to multinationals to tap the school for top talent.
MBAs from China, Nigeria, Mexico, Ireland and the United States joined Sauder students for a week-long course, entitled “Clean Energy and Green Infrastructure – Innovation at the nexus of politics and society,” enabled by the Global Network for Advanced Management partnership.