Since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, faculty members have been forced to adopt and change the way they interact with students and how they adopt various teaching/learning technologies. Many business schools and universities have since realised the importance of having faculty who are innovative and agile by nature, as it gives them the flexibility to adapt and teach under a number of unique circumstances.
This Third LATAM Capacity Building Workshop will bring up real examples of how two business schools in Latin America have implemented new training schemes and relaxed prescriptive measures to support faculty agility and innovation, as well as the impact of their measures and what it will mean for their respective schools in the future. The schools will also provide their own recommendations for how an institution can go about supporting faculty agility and innovation.
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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