After the pandemic and the acceleration of change, the new reality has left many academic proposals in management education outdated or unsuitable. The MBA has not been an exception, and today it is observed that most programmes must be constantly reviewed and updated to remain current and fit for purpose.
This workshop will refer to new trends in the design and preparation of the Latin American curricula, including the themes being incorporated and subjects being cut or eliminated. In addition, an emphasis will focus on the process of reviewing and updating the contents and periodicity to ensure the suitability of the content systematically.
Latin America has responded strongly to the impact of Covid-19 and has the potential to become a global hub for entrepreneurship and innovation, says Gregorio Esteban
Latin America is poised to play a greater role on the world stage, as countries reassess trade relationships and take stronger stances on climate change, says Gregorio Esteban. Business leaders should take note
The deans of the School of Management and Social Sciences at Universidad ORT Uruguay, the Universidad de San Andrés Business School in Argentina and Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) EAESP in Brazil discuss new possibilities for Business Schools to partner with others and widen their reach
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